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.

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Find these topics every edition

•    Market Reports
•    Development & Investment Updates
•    Construction, Design & TI
•    Trends
•    Capital Markets
•    Legal Updates
•    Finance & Valuation
•    Property Management

Special features

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•    Contributed Expert Articles
•    Project & People Profiles
•    Question of the Quarter

Circulation

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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For editorial content, please contact Michelle Askeland at maskeland@crej.com or 303-623-1148 ext. 104.


For advertising questions, please contact Lori Golightly at lgolightly@crej.com or 303-623-1148 ext. 102



Recent Office Properties Quarterly Stories

  • 2020 election: 1031 exchange on the chopping block?
    It’s the time of year when politicians are outlining their vision for the future and plans to get there. One such plan recently introduced by a 2020 presidential candidate has caused some uncertainty around the future of capital gains
  • The future of Colorado’s workplace
    Historically, the office has been a place where companies bring their people together to foster innovation and collaboration; perform individual job functions; access a vast array of tools that promote efficient productivity for work
  • How tech moves forward in the wake of COVID-19
    For years, tech has been one of Colorado’s strongest and fastest-growing industries. Across the Front Range, the number of employees in tech jobs jumped 57% over the last decade, from 88,000 in 2010 to 139,000 in 2019.
  • Office absorbs a dual hit with COVID-19, oil prices
    With 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-19
    Over 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