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LaPour Acquires Prime 6.3-Acre Parcel For New Infill Industrial Project

LaPour has acquired 6.34 acres (276,108 square feet) to develop Creekside Centennial Tech Center (CCTC). The planned shallow bay, light industrial, multitenant project will be located in the Southeast Denver submarket north of Centennial Airport in Centennial. LaPour will break ground on the project in June 2024 with an estimated completion of April 2025. The 63,207 SF, single-building project boasts 24-foot […]

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Parkway Food Hall Announces Grand Opening

Opening to the public this Monday, May 20, Longmont’s first food hall, Parkway Food Hall (700 Ken Pratt Blvd, Ste. 200) has announced its eighth and final booth, HipPOPs handcrafted gelato bars. HipPOPs rounds out the 16,000-square-foot all-day food hall’s family- and foodie-friendly offerings that include Japanese street food, a beloved pizzeria, whole hog barbecue, an Indian-Thai fusion

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NAIOP: Commercial Real Estate Sentiment Rebounds

The NAIOP CRE Sentiment Index, a key forecast of commercial real estate market conditions over the next 12 months, has increased significantly from the last survey in fall 2023. The Index rose to 52, from 46 in September, indicating that respondents expect conditions for commercial real estate development to be somewhat better over the next

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Understanding Safety Culture in Construction

Safety culture is a crucial element of any construction project, extending well beyond regulatory compliance. It embodies a mindset, a set of values, and a dedication to the well-being of every worker on the site. Fundamentally, a safety culture represents a collective belief within a construction company or project that prioritizes the safety of its

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Movers and Shakers Week Ending 05.17.24

Cresa Announces 3 Promotions Cresa announced the recent promotions of three advisors from the firm’s Denver office. They include: Benjamin Grajzgrund, MRICS, who was promoted to senior vice president. The multi-lingual powerhouse has built a career serving corporate clients in the office and industrial sectors around the globe. Grajzgrund founded the French and Swiss desks

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Boulder Shelter for the Homeless Receives $50K Grant from Wells Fargo

Boulder Shelter for the Homeless has been awarded a grant of $50,000 from the Wells Fargo Foundation to provide access to safe housing in Boulder and Longmont. The grant will be used to support the Zinnia Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) project, currently under construction in Longmont, with a target completion date in October. The 39,500-square-foot,

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McConaughy & Sarkissian, P.C. Celebrates its 20th Anniversary

McConaughy & Sarkissian, P.C., a leading Colorado-based law firm specializing in construction, is celebrating its 20th year in business. This marks a significant milestone for the firm as it has grown tremendously in the past two decades through expanding clientele and adding exceptional legal talent to its bench. McConaughy & Sarkissian, P.C. was co-founded in

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200 Clayton Achieves GBI Green Globes Certification

Broe Real Estate Group’s 200 Clayton Street redevelopment project is the first commercial project in Colorado to achieve the Green Building Initiative’s (GBI) Four Green Globes certification — the highest of four construction sustainability rating levels. The nearly 100,000-square-foot, eight-story mixed-use project earned 87% of the total applicable points for environmental sustainability, health and wellness,

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Governor Polis Signs Bills to Create More Affordable Housing

On Monday, May 13, Governor Polis signed two bills into law that support more housing near transit and allow Coloradans the freedom to build accessory dwelling units (ADUs, also called mother-in-law flats or casitas) on their property. The bills will create more housing options that are affordable. Governor Polis called for both of these actions

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Apartment Property on The Hill in Boulder Sells for $21.7M

The Unique Apartment Group a division of Unique Properties, Inc / TCN Worldwide announced the sale of 949 Marine Street in Boulder for $21,710,000. The owner, Hill House LLC, was represented by Marc Lippitt, Justin Herman, and Phil Dankner, Unique Properties, Inc. / TCN Worldwide. The buyer, Captain Corkum, LLC, was unrepresented in this transaction.

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