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Denver Oil & Gas Market May Be Coming Back w/ Synergy Resources Expanding at Denver Energy Center

View here The 5,000 SF increase in leasing space that Synergy Resources just signed for a 38,000 SF space in the other Denver Energy Center tower, is said to be an indicator that Denver’s oil and gas market might be coming back. Photo credit: By Xnatedawgx (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], …

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CBRE Study Finds Denver the Nation’s Seventh-Greenest City

Denver, CO – Institutional owners of office buildings continued to pursue green building certifications in the 30 largest U.S. markets during 2015. Continuing an upward trend over the past decade, green certifications are now held by 11.8 percent of all surveyed buildings, representing 40.2 percent of all office space. Both figures …

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HFF Arranges $30M in Financing for Tuscany Plaza in Suburban Denver

Denver, CO – Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) announced that it has arranged $30.6 million in financing for Tuscany Plaza, a 260,000-square-foot, Class A office asset in the southeastern Denver suburb of Greenwood Village. HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, Crescent Real Estate LLC, to secure the seven-year, 3.45 …

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GE Johnson and CRB Break Ground on Large Expansion of New Agilent Technologies Facility

Frederick, CO – Agilent Technologies, GE Johnson Construction Company, and CRB broke ground at a ceremony attended by more than 150 people on a multi-structure expansion project on Agilent’s Fredrick Campus.  The site will comprise of several structures initially, including a Manufacturing Building, a Bulk Tank Farm and a Lab/Office building. The …

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Cushman & Wakefield Oil and Gas Report: Impact of Lower Prices, How Is Denver Faring?

Denver, CO  – Cushman & Wakefield recently released its Occupier Research Report, “Oil: the Commodity We Love to Hate,” which assesses the impact of lower oil prices on each of the world’s major energy cities and provides insights into office sector fundamentals going forward. According to Martin Woodrow, Cushman & Wakefield executive …

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East West Partners Awarded LEED Gold for the Triangle Building

Denver, CO – East West Partners announced that its most recently completed development in Denver, The Triangle Building, has been awarded LEED Gold certification. “We are honored to be recognized with LEED Gold certification for a building that is one of the most distinctive in all of downtown Denver,” said Chris …

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Medical Office Building in Loveland Sells for $2.7M

Loveland, CO – NavPoint Real Estate Group recently announced the sale of a 14,589 SF office building at 3850 N Grant Avenue in Loveland. The seller was DDIT Texas, LLC. The buyer was Blue Sky Real Estate O, LTD. John Witt and Matt Call of NavPoint Real Estate Group represented the seller. …

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Sheldon-Gold Realty Facilitates Industrial & Office Building Sales

Golden, CO – GOLDEN FACILITY LLC purchased a 33,848 square foot industrial building at 14452 W. 44th Ave., Golden CO for $4,391,000. The Seller was AQO LLC. The Seller was represented by Ester Kettering, Craig Myles and Chris Ball of Cushman & Wakefield. The Buyer was represented by Eric Gold and Dan Arizumi of Sheldon-Gold …

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Federal Regulators Cautioning the Backing of Commercial Real Estate Loans

View here In order to influence banks to strengthen loan terms, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is cautioning commercial real estate industry lenders. Small U.S. banks are affected the most, especially after the Federal Reserve indicated earlier this summer that prices in the …

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CRE Trends: Financing Development Deals in an Uncertain Environment

By: Danielle Feroleto If the commercial real estate market agrees on one thing, it is that the financing market is experiencing continued ups, downs and regulatory changes that will continue to impact the ability for deals to secure funding. While the first half of 2016 can be characterized as very …

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