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Tips for Finding, Nurturing and Retaining Top Talent

By Annie Korenjak, director of talent engagement at the Laramar Group Trying to find top talent? You’re not alone, as talent recruitment and retention are critical initiatives for many businesses today. Given the dramatic employment shifts since the onset of the pandemic, many companies are realizing the importance of attracting top talent …

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8 Years After Legalization – The Positive Impact of Cannabis on the Denver Real Estate Market

By Ryan George, real estate expert and founder/CEO of 420 Property Colorado has been at the forefront of the cannabis industry since it decriminalized possession in 1975. In 2000, the state legalized medical marijuana. It made history in 2021 when it became the first state to legalize recreational cannabis (Washington also legalized recreational …

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Workplace Practices that Drive Success at KEPHART

By Jennifer Dodge, HR Generalist, KEPHART KEPHART is proud to have been named by the Denver Business Journal as one of Denver’s Best Places to Work for five consecutive years based on feedback provided by our employees. While we largely attribute that recognition to the strength and character of the KEPHART team, we …

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5 Provisions That Must Be in Your Construction Contract

By Kate McDonald In Denver’s rapidly growing construction market, the key to success for developers and contractors is understanding the construction contract and potential exposure. While this might sound like a novel concept, the average global value of construction contract disputes increased to $54.26 million between 2019 and 2020, with the number one …

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Mile High Trendy Office: Pear Workplace Solutions

Pear’s “hybrid” offices have become a destination for their employees and clients to see a positive and rewarding return-to-work model. With a 40 percent reduction in space, but a 100 percent increase in comfort and livability in their new hybrid work environment, the design not only saved Pear Workplace Solutions …

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What the Energize Denver Rule Means for Your Business

By Matthew Bren For Denver businesses, solar has long been a “nice-to-have.” However, with the recent announcement of the Energize Denver Rule, improving your operation’s environmental footprint is now a necessity, and solar is one of the easiest, most effective options out there. Read on to learn how solar installations can be optimized …

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Mile High Climber: Zachary Callaway, Architectural Designer with Rosemann & Associates

Mile High CRE is excited to announce that our April Mile High Climber is Zachary Callaway, architectural designer with Rosemann & Associates, P.C. Mile High Climbers are industry professionals who innovate, inspire, collaborate, and take risks. They are future leaders and change-makers, and they deserve to be celebrated. Zachary is a visionary …

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Financing Better Buildings with C-PACE

By Joel Poppert, managing director, Imperial Ridge Real Estate Capital In looking for ways to incentivize the creation of higher-performing buildings, states around the country have authorized programs like C-PACE, or Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy financing, which allows property owners to borrow money from private investors for a variety of capital …

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Denver’s New Condo Project Raises the Bar on Affordability and Sustainability

By Nate Huyler New construction of for-sale condominium projects is few and far between in Denver. At the affordable level, there have been none. La Tela, one of Denver’s newest developments, was conceived to change that. The condos provide a rare homeownership opportunity for Denver’s workforce. It does this with an attractive, high-quality …

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New Xcel Energy Commercial Electric Rates Could Save You Thousands

By Rachel Mountain The below is relevant to all commercial properties but is most straightforward and pertinent to owner-occupied and gross lessors: As commercial property owners, you have a lot to manage, so electric rate changes might not be top of mind. Recently, Xcel implemented a rule change in the demarcation …

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