Mile High Trendy Office: OpenTable Support Center

As OpenTable was seeking to expand its corporate footprint in the Denver region, AE Design was called upon — along with Venture Architecture — to partner with the national online restaurant-reservation service company in its goal of transforming a 36,000-square-foot warehouse in Centennial into an innovative and modern support center office. …

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Q&A with Jami Mohlenkamp, Principal at OZ Architecture

Jami Mohlenkamp, principal at OZ Architecture, leads the Senior Living practice and is passionate about creating spaces that elevate the daily living experience of aging in place. His drive to improve the quality of design and environments is supported by a strong commitment to technical expertise in building design. Jami has worked on …

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Haselden Construction Raises Over $710,000 for Homes For Our Troops

By Eric Blanke, director of planning and construction at Haselden Construction Service to the community is a foundation of Haselden Construction’s business model. Built on the core value of relationships, it is integrated into every aspect of the organization, including its annual clay shoot fundraiser that benefits Homes For Our Troops, a …


Mile High Dine and Recline: Stoke & Rye, Avon

By Katie Rapone, editor Each month, Mile High CRE will highlight a new place to “dine or recline” in the Centennial State. September’s feature is the new Stoke & Rye restaurant located inside the award-winning Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa Avon, Vail Valley. Previously Maya, a modern Mexican kitchen by …


Mile High Trendy Office: The Loading Dock, Boulder

The design of The Loading Dock, a transformative 32,000-square-foot office renovation project in Boulder, was recently honored with an AIA Colorado Design Award of Merit at this year’s Design + Honor Awards. Designed by OZ Architecture, the project highlights an honest use of materials, exposing the building’s beautiful structure, unique …

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4 Ways Proptech Can Enhance Customer Experience

By Curtis Williams How online property technology, or Proptech, smoothens and optimizes real estate transactions seems so well-known today that real estate industry firms might forget that just 20 years ago, less than half of the software applications used in 2022 existed. Nobody was electronically signing applications or closing documents; …


Building Workplaces as ‘Social Temples’ Rather Than Workshops

By Arian Lewis, CEO of Kiln In March 2020, almost overnight, most people changed where they physically went to work. Now, even as more companies are bringing their staff back into the office, work-from-home levels are still 87 percent higher than pre-pandemic. Though working from home brings a level of …

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What Every Business Owner Needs to Know About Workplace Fire Safety

By Rakesh Gupta A fire in the workplace can adversely affect a business in many ways. First and foremost, it can cause injuries or even fatalities to staff, customers, and others. Fires can also quickly destroy a company’s facility and its contents, from equipment to inventory. Then, of course, there is lost revenue …

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How to Safe Harbor the 26% Solar Tax Credit Before It Drops

By Rachel Mountain The Investment Tax Credit (ITC) has supported the growth of solar energy across the country by allowing property owners to recapture a significant percentage of the solar system price. The ITC is claimed on federal income taxes and can be monetized the first year after system operation. The tax credit …

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Post-Pandemic Office Management: Is Anyone There? Tenants? Where Are You? 

By David Myers, VP of Operations at Corum Real Estate Group As managers of office buildings, we find ourselves in limbo. We see our tenants on the rent roll, but few bodies in the office. How are we best to support these tenants and maintain the quality of the buildings …