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Solar Market Update: What’s it to Me?

By Rachel Mountain Commercial Solar in the Denver Metro Area The opportunity to earn a compelling return on investment by installing solar on your commercial property has improved with supportive policies like the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). The IRA increased the federal investment tax credit back up to 30%, and when combined …


Q&A with Paul Boehm, Sentry Insurance

Colorado is home to over 650,000 businesses and 3 million employees. As national trends like rising property costs, inflation, and severe weather events impact the commercial real estate industry, we spoke with Paul Boehm of Sentry Insurance to discuss how these trends impact risk, and therefore, insurance. Sentry recently opened its mountain …


Mile High Dine and Recline: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver

Each month, Mile High CRE will highlight a new place to dine or recline in the Centennial State. This month’s feature is DoubleTree by Hilton Denver. The DoubleTree by Hilton Denver is set to complete a multi-million-dollar interior renovation in June 2023. After a four-year pause in renovation caused by …


Claiming a Seat at the Table: Gender Inequality is Not Yet Vintage

By Caitlin Quander, real estate attorney at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Throughout my 15 years as a commercial real estate attorney, I’ve never seen anything quite like the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of quick, effective and necessary change. It’s complicated, and with some exception, the child-rearing challenges from “stay home” policies largely …


Mortenson Creatively Addresses the Labor Crisis and Increasing Diversity in the Workforce

By Elizabeth Erfling, senior project manager, Mortenson The last few years have been bumpy for the construction industry, to put it mildly. Between the supply chain crisis, materials pricing fluctuation and now inflationary headwinds, keeping projects on track has become a major challenge for even the most organized and well-sourced construction firms. The …

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Mile High Dine and Recline: The Ponti, Denver Art Museum

By Katie Rapone Each month, Mile High CRE will highlight a new place to dine or recline in the Centennial State. Our latest feature is The Ponti, which opened in October 2022 on the first level of the Denver Art Museum’s new Sie Welcome Center. The Ponti is an immersive dining environment …


Q&A with Matt Harbert, Raise Commercial Real Estate

Expected to grow from $755B to $1047B over the next four years, the space economy is rapidly expanding and showing zero signs of slowing down. With the second largest space economy in the country next to Cape Canaveral, Colorado has experienced a tremendous influx of commercial aerospace companies and startups …


Mile High Trendy Office: TARRA 9+CO Campus

TARRA, a new flexible office and membership workspace designed to transform the way women connect business, life and community, is located within Continuum Partners’ 9+CO development, a 26-acre urban infill project on the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center site in Denver. TARRA’s 11,500-square-foot space, which opened in June 2022, delivers a …

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Q&A with Aimee LaLone, Principal of Wold Architects and Engineers

‌A‌imee LaLone, AIA, LEED AP, BD+C, serves as a principal and founding member of the Colorado Office of Wold Architects and Engineers, a full-service planning, architecture and engineering firm in Denver, and one of the top 10 architecture and engineering firms in the state. In 2009, after only five years at Wold’s …

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Creating Affordable Housing for Denver Families in Creative Ways

By Keo Frazier Soaring windows and high ceilings. Halls lined with vintage lockers. EV chargers free for residents’ use. An orchard and grape arbor with fruit free for the picking. These are just some of the amenities at Pancratia Hall Lofts, a new family-friendly affordable housing complex in the nearly …