RiNo Station
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Industry RiNo Station Signs First Three Tenants

DENVER — INDUSTRY RiNo Station, a new 152,000 square foot office project in the River North (“RiNo”) neighborhood of Denver developed by Q Factor, has secured three signature tenants totaling approximately 30,000 SF. With approximately 30 percent of the leasable areas spoken for, RiNo Station is on-schedule to open in November of …

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Blake St.
BrokerageDevelopment

Formativ Purchases Blake St. Property for $13.84M

View here Formativ, the developers of the World Trade Center at 38th Avenue and Blake Street in RiNo, have purchased more property at 28th and Blake streets for $13.84M.     Image Courtesy of Gtj82 – Own work, CC BY 3.0, Wikimedia Commons.

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Timberline Farms, Arvada
ConstructionDevelopmentMultifamily

$65M Apartment Complex Coming to Arvada

Denver – Timberline Farms in Arvada, a $65.5 million residential development in Arvada will break ground on May 11. The announcement was made by Colorado-based Confluence Companies, which has completed 21 residential multi-family projects in the Denver Metro Area since 2010 with over 2,100 total units, and has four other projects planned or …

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McWhinney Dairy Block Rendering_Denver CO
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LA-Based Company to Lease Coworking Space at Dairy Block in LoDo

View here Los Angeles-based CTRL Collective, a new creative campus of entrepreneurs, is the latest company to lease 42,600-square-feet on the third floor of Dairy Block in LoDo. CTRL Collective was reportedly drawn to LoDo’s vibrant local startup scene and downtown Denver’s reputation for artists and designers in RiNo. Image …

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ConstructionDevelopmentIndustrialMultifamily

1,300 New Apartment Units in Denver Plus More Industrial Space

View here Five new complexes totaling nearly 1,300 units were added to the Denver Business Journal’s Crane Watch map, including McWhinney’s 12-story complex called Sova at 19th and Grant and a permit for a 375-unit apartment complex called Vue at Mile High, in the West Colfax neighborhood.Trammell Crow Co. and DCT Industrial …

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DevelopmentEventsHealthcare

BOMA International’s 2017 Medical Office Buildings + Healthcare Real Estate Conference in Denver

View here DENVER (PRWEB) — Lillibridge Healthcare Services Inc., the largest owner/manager of medical office buildings in the United States, will play its biggest role ever at this year’s Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International Medical Office Buildings + Healthcare Facilities Conference today, May 10 through Friday May 12, in Denver, …

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Monfort Office
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JLL Moves Monfort Companies Closer to Home Plate

DENVER — JLL has secured a prime location for Monfort Companies in Denver’s Ballpark neighborhood, across the street from Coors Field. Monfort Companies, which owns a number of Colorado-based organizations, most notably a portion of the Colorado Rockies, has leased 4,000-square-feet of space on the 2nd floor of 1962 Blake Street, …

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DevelopmentRetail

REI Moving into Former Sports Authority Building in Greenwood Village, CO

View here Outdoor retailer Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) will relocate its Arapahoe County store from Centennial to a larger space in Greenwood Village, formerly occupied by Sports Authority.

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Saola
ConstructionDesignDevelopmentFeatureMultifamily

First Stone Development Building Denver Townhomes in Unique Partnership with Denver Zoo

DENVER — First Stone Development, LLC a distinguished real estate development company, is thrilled to announce that their premier development, Saola Townhomes at Sloan’s Lake, is now on the market. In addition, First Stone Development is slated to break ground on two other townhome projects later this year: Vaquita Townhomes in …

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ConstructionDevelopmentMultifamily

Developers Scramble to Outline Affordable Housing Projects

View here According to an article published by The Denver Post, developers are being forced to stretch their limited funding resources, in light of a decrease in the value of federal low-income housing tax credits. Investors are no longer willing to pay as much for the tax credits due to the possibility of corporate …

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