EngineeringHealthReportsTechnology

Denver Lands Top Spot for STEM Job Growth

STEM jobs (an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) have certainly played a critical role in helping to counter and/or live with the impacts of COVID-19. RCLCO Real Estate Consulting, a leading national real estate advisory firm, has announced the results of their 2021 STEM Job Growth Index (STEMdex), …

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HealthOfficeReports

Denver Office Market Delays Return as Delta Variant Renews Uncertainty

While activity at the beginning of the quarter was slow, September saw a return to the increased activity seen in the previous quarter. However, according to Newmark’s Q3 Denver Office Market report, the rise of the Delta variant has once again brought uncertainty for some tenants. Many have delayed their return to the …

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ConstructionDesignDevelopmentHealth

i2 Construction Clearing the Air for its Employees, Clients

Before 2020, people rarely gave a second thought about the air filtration systems at their place of work. Unless an employee had severe seasonal allergies or breathing issues, most companies typically did only what was required when it came to maintaining their air handling systems. One thing that the pandemic …

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The “State of Green” in Denver

Cities and urban planners are becoming aware of the critical importance of considering how to make their cities greener. One of the primary reasons for increasing green areas is as a measure against the pressure of heat and extreme weather that is brought about by global warming. It is also …

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Fitzsimons Innovation Community Breaks Ground on Bioscience 5 Building

Fitzsimons Innovation Community—the largest and most ambitious research community of its kind in the Rocky Mountain Region—has broken ground on a new cell and gene therapy manufacturing building at the 125-acre science and technology campus in Aurora. Bioscience 5 will provide 90,000 square feet of flexible space designed to cater …

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DesignHealth

Elsy Studios Completes Design of Next Level Facility in Golden

Elsy Studios, a Denver‐based full-service commercial interior design firm, today announced the recent completion of new fitness space for Next Level. Located at 4670 Table Mountain Dr. in Golden, the 10,800-square-foot space is a one-of-a-kind facility for physical therapy and sports performance training. “Our design for Next Level addresses both …

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Leveling Up Multifamily Design for the Next Generation of Apartment Users

By Ashley Stiles Multifamily development was on a strong growth trajectory well before the COVID-19 pandemic upended the world economy, but the product type is seeing more demand than ever in some urban markets as for-sale housing becomes even more difficult and expensive to come by. Nationwide, 518,000 multifamily units have been absorbed …

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Elsy Studios Completes Design of Colorado’s Health Capitol Office in Denver

Elsy Studios, a Denver‐based full-service commercial interior design firm, recently completed a new office space for Colorado’s Health Capitol, led by nonprofit organization Healthier Colorado. Located at 303 E. 17th Ave. in downtown Denver, the new 22,481-square-foot space is a first-of-its kind collaborative work environment for Colorado’s health and wellbeing …

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Denver-Boulder a Top Life Sciences Market

According to a new report from CBRE, life-science lab space has emerged as a coveted sector of commercial real estate as hefty increases in funding and employment have fueled both demand for lab space and new construction in leading U.S. life-science markets. Denver is the tenth-largest U.S. life sciences market in …

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HealthHealthcareOfficeReports

Denver an Emerging Life Sciences Hub

Even when the global pandemic caused many office tenants to evaluate their future office requirements in 2020, there was almost no slowdown in the life sciences space. Lab, medical office and manufacturing space is rising rapidly, especially with the successful implementation of the new mRNA technology. Cushman & Wakefield has published …

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