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Denver’s Construction Labor Shortage Cause for Concern

View here According to the Denver Business Journal, a major construction labor shortage in Denver could pose a problem for the multiple developments scheduled to begin in the city in the next few years — $4 billion to $6 billion in infrastructure investments and major overhauls to be exact. The industry …

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20,000-Square-Foot Entertainment/Co-Working Facility Coming to Denver

View here San Francisco-based Entrepreneur Paul Hemming, CEO and founder of Zen Compound, is bringing his unique business concept to Denver. Construction is already under-way on the co-working space, coffee shop, art gallery and nightclub. First to open this fall will be the nightclub and the rest is scheduled to open in …

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Cherry Creek North Under Construction

View here With eight major developments currently underway in Cherry Creek North, the premier shopping district is set to become even more exclusive. It will also boast Denver’s highest rents for retail, office and luxury living. But the construction, looming cranes, and blocked-off roads and parking meters has many people feeling …

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PCL Construction to Celebrate Groundbreaking of Innovative New Playground

DENVER – PCL Construction Services, Inc. will today celebrate the groundbreaking of Denver Parks and Recreation’s Re-Imagine Play at Paco Sanchez Park. Re-Imagine Play is an innovative concept that goes beyond the traditional playground. It is intended to be a multi-generational activity and play area that gives park users of all ages the opportunity …

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Denver City Council Give Initial OK to DIA’s Overhall

View here According to DBJ, a group of Denver City Council members have given their “initial OK” to Denver International Airport’s proposed $1.8 billion overall of the main terminal. The plans call for moving security screening up a floor from the main terminal’s wide-open Great Hall to Level 6, near airline check-in …

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Colorado Luxury Apartment Project Selects Alabama-Based Builder

View here Birmingham, Alabama-based Doster Construction Co. will build a new luxury 240-unit, 327,950-square-foot multifamily project in Longmont, CO. “Springs at Sandstone Ranch,” designed by architects Rosemann & Associates, will be the fifth project Doster has worked on for Wisconsin-based developer, Continental Properties. Image courtesy of Doster Construction Co.  

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Sterling Ranch Development Continues as Civic Center Breaks Ground

DENVER – Mortenson, a leading construction and real estate development company in Colorado, recently announced it has broken ground on its latest development project, a 30,000-square-foot civic center that will be the first commercial building within the Sterling Ranch master planned community, setting the standard for future commercial growth. “Mortenson Development …

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Housing Community to be Built Where Englewood’s Former Ironworks Facility Once Operated

View here General Ironworks manufacturing facility — located between Broadway and South Santa Fe Drive south of Yale Avenue — was closed for business in 1986 and since then the land formerly occupied by the industrial property has been poised for development. Pre-sale operations began this month for a project …

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59-Acre Parcel of Land in Lakewood For Sale

View here  A 59-acre parcel of land in Lakewood — located along West Sixth Avenue between Kipling Street and Union Boulevard — will be auctioned off by The U.S. General Services Administration..  The land is zoned for transit-oriented mixed-use. The City of Lakewood has not expressed interest in the parcel but will …

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Building on Old South Pearl Street Avoids Demolition

DENVER – The building at 1551 S Pearl Street, formerly known as Gaia restaurant, is now for sale by its owner, Patrick Finney of FINN Real Estate.  “The building was slated to be demolished, and a modern, Coworking Space was to go up,” a Finney representative wrote in an email statement to Mile …

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