Retail Properties Quarterly

Retail Properties Quarterly is an industry-specific publication that focuses on retail real estate news and analysis, examining the real estate trends and the retail market activity throughout Colorado. Both landlords and tenants will find valuable information. While the Colorado Real Estate journal continues to run retail news, Retail Properties Quarterly features interesting projects and people, trends and analyses, and covers development, investment, leasing, finance, design, construction and management.

Find these topics every issue

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

Special features

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

Circulation

Retail Properties Quarterly is a 32-page standalone section published four times per year. This 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, lenders, contractors, architects, property managers and other members of the Colorado commercial real estate community.


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 Retail Properties Quarterly Stories

  • Denver saw retail growth before global pandemic
    It’s undisputed that the global coronavirus pandemic has significantly disrupted the retail market. As states like Colorado issued stay-at-home orders, many retailers closed and retail investment activity
  • Denver’s retail has a proven resiliency track record
    From the moment we began sheltering in place, retail real estate became top of mind for those in the industry. With the nationwide closure of large segments of retailers, questions of retail’s survival are
  • Denver enjoys resiliency in changing marketplace
    Several factors suggest that the Denver retail industry is likely to see continued slow but steady growth even as some lenders and investors shy away from the sector amid bankruptcy filings, store closures and
  • Ghost kitchens pick up steam in mountain towns
    Ghost kitchens are on the rise. It’s important to consider if your commercial real estate is ready for the coming transformation, as well as what is causing this new phenomenon. The impacts of this trend
  • Colorado’s retail markets weather the e-commerce storm
    As we enter 2020, Colorado remains one of the most desirable markets in the country for investors targeting income-producing shopping centers. These investors typically are targeting cash flow, security