EventsHealth

Zeppelin Station to Provide Free Meals to Newly-Unemployed Restaurant and Bar Workers

In response to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) through Colorado, and the subsequent closure of bars and restaurants, Colorado non-profit Friends & Family has partnered with Zeppelin Station and their collection of food concepts to provide free, nutritious meals to newly-unemployed restaurant and bar workers. This project is a twice a …

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AwardsEducation

AGC Student Chapter at Colorado State University Wins National Community Service Award

The Associated General Contractors of Colorado (AGC of Colorado) Student Chapter at Colorado State University (CSU) was honored with the AGC of America National Student Chapter Community Service Award at the AGC of America National Convention in Las Vegas, on March 12. The AGC Student Chapter at CSU won $2,000 …

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BrokerageOffice

Union Terrace Office Building in Lakewood Sells for $11.3M

Bancroft Capital Advisors, Inc. of Manhattan Beach, Calif. has acquired Union Terrace office building, a four-story, 84,145-square-foot office building located at 12596 West Bayaud Avenue in Lakewood. According to CBRE, Bancroft plans to amenitize the asset and upgrade the property’s common area, enhancing the asset’s value and tenant demand. Patrick Devereaux, James Brady and Campbell …

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BrokerageOffice

Boulder Office Portfolio Refinanced for $69.5M

The WW Reynolds Companies, a development and professional property management and leasing firm, has received $69.5 million in refinancing for One Boulder Plaza, a three-building, Class A office portfolio totaling 234,000 square feet in downtown Boulder. Senior Director Leon McBroom and Senior Managing Director Eric Tupler with JLL worked on behalf of …

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ArchitectureConstructionDesignTransit

Stantec Leading Transformational Design of Great Hall Project

In alignment with its 25th anniversary, Denver International Airport (DEN) recently announced that construction has recommenced on the Great Hall Project, with Stantec—a global integrated design firm—serving as lead designer. The work will include a renovation of the airport’s Jeppesen Terminal to create an airport for the future with enhanced safety and security, …

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Contributed ArticleFeatureOfficeProperty Management

Landlords Can Create Inclusive and Profitable Tenancy Options

By Jason Shepherd, co-founder of Atlas Real Estate and REACTIV Commercial Real Estate (CRE) is on the cusp of profound change in vibrant markets like Denver. For too long, the norm has been to fill vacant space with yet another bank branch or chain restaurant rather than offering young creatives and entrepreneurs the …

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BrokerageRetail

Nine Retail Properties Across Front Range Sell for a Combined $32.6M

Matthew Henrichs, Brad Lyons and Parker Brown with CBRE Capital Markets recently completed the individual sales of nine single-tenant, net-lease retail properties across the Front Range for a total of $32.6 million. Over the past nine months, the team has completed 21 single-tenant, net-lease sales totaling more than $84.86 million. According to CBRE’s …

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BrokerageOffice

Cherry Creek Plaza Fetches $54M

TerraCap Management LLC, a privately held investment firm out of Estero Florida, has acquired Cherry Creek Plaza in Glendale for $54 million. Cherry Creek Plaza is comprised of two thirteen-story office buildings totaling 335,000 square feet of Class A office with structured parking.  The property features numerous amenities, including a newly renovated …

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MultifamilyRent

Rents in Denver Increase 3.1% YoY. Wheat Ridge Prices See Strong Growth

RENTCafé has released its  February Rent Report for the Denver Metro area. The online rental listing service analyzed apartment prices in 16 cities to see how they changed over the year. Nationwide, the housing market was strong in February, but, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some changes are likely to appear. “We haven’t seen the impact of …

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ArchitectureContributed Article

Is Now (Finally) the Time for Architects to Phone it in?

By Lauren Dundon, AIA, associate at Semple Brown Telecommuting — depending on who’s reporting — is either the death of collaboration, or the solution to unaffordable real estate. At least those were the two alternatives before our new reality of imminent contagion and social isolation: now the topic is evolving as …

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