Office Properties Quarterly
Office Properties Quarterly is a property-specific publication that examines the Colorado commercial office market from both an owner and end-user perspective, highlighting trends and market analyses. While the Colorado Real Estate Journal continues to run office news, Office Properties Quarterly features the most interesting projects and people, trends and analysis, and covers development, investment, leasing, finance, design, construction and management.
Find these topics every edition
• Market Reports
• Development & Investment Updates
• Construction, Design & TI
• Capital Markets
• Legal Updates
• Finance & Valuation
• Property Management
• Contributed Expert Articles
• Project & People Profiles
• Question of the Quarter
Office Properties Quarterly is a 32-page standalone section published 4 times per year. The publication is mailed with the Colorado Real Estate Journal which is mailed to more than 3,500 commercial real estate professionals. In addition, online viewers at crej.com exceed 30k per month. Readership includes developers, investors, brokers, corporate real estate executives, economic development agencies, lenders, contractors, architects, property managers and other members of the Colorado commercial real estate community.
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Recent Office Properties Quarterly Stories
- Office absorbs a dual hit with COVID-19, oil pricesWith the impact of COVID-19 still unfolding, much remains unknown about the future demand for office space. We know that downtown Denver’s office market was strong heading into the pandemic,
- Tenant strategies for office space post-COVID-19Over the past 90 days, the economy, in Denver and nationally, has experienced severe impacts by the unexpected arrival of the COVID-19 virus. In addition to restaurants, bars, music venues and sports
- What will happen to office lease rates?Are office lease rates dropping? I get some version of this question every day, from clients and colleagues as well as from friends and family who generally have little interest in the commercial real
- Takeaways from the 2020 State of Downtown reportDenver’s office market serves as a prime example of an industry sector that experienced great strength prepandemic and already is seeing great impact as remote work became mandatory for a vast majority of
- Rapidly increasing tax assessments hit real estateAs property values throughout Colorado continue to soar, property taxes now are higher than ever. Commercial property in Denver is taxed at a 29% assessment rate, multiplied by the mill levy.