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Beyond the Essentials: Designing Resorts in Mountain Environments

Rebecca Stone, principal at OZ Architecture, leads the Resorts + Hospitality practice, designing some of the most high-profile resorts and private retreats in the country, including the award-winning Lone Rock Retreat in Bailey, the Viceroy Snowmass in Aspen and Kindred in Keystone, Colorado, and Oasis at Death Valley in Death Valley, California. Mile High …

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Q&A with LS Group Partner and Principal Sarah Erickson, IALD Professional

Founded in 2008 in the Roaring Fork Valley, LS Group is an established lighting design firm with expertise that spans project types, scales, and geographies. The firm is proud to be a certified women-owned business. Sarah Erickson, principal/partner, IALD professional, has a demonstrated history of working in the architecture and …

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Q&A with Job Gutierrez, Partner at Wold Architects and Engineers

Job Gutierrez serves as a partner 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. Over the last decade, the Denver office has experienced significant growth, gaining 30 …

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Q&A with Alicia Clark, Partner at Ballard Spahr

Across the country, those with investments in office buildings — owners, investors, tenants, lenders, and bondholders — are staring down a perfect storm of distress: rising interest rates, record-high vacancies and operating costs, constrained capital, and more than $900 billion in commercial real estate debt set to mature. Meanwhile, others …

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Q&A with Dave Espinosa, Mortenson Project Executive

A seasoned project executive with Mortenson in Denver, Dave Espinosa, LEED GAA has led some of the company’s most impactful projects locally, including the renovation of 1740 Broadway at the Atrium, and the construction of Modern Aviation’s FBO terminal and hangar and the Rocky Mountain Public Media Buell Public Media …

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Q&A with Andy Cullen, Tributary Real Estate

The availability of lab space is critical to the growth of the life sciences industry. Here in Denver, the life sciences development pipeline continues to grow, having reached over 930,000 square feet of lab space in Q4 of 2022. A strong STEM labor pool, favorable taxes and incentives, and capital/funding …

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Mile High Q&A: Jaymes Kralicek, Project Executive, The Opus Group

Jaymes Kralicek, project executive with The Opus Group, oversees a portfolio that typically includes large and complex projects. His responsibilities include leading the sales and marketing, negotiations, design, and construction processes on projects. He also has primary accountability for communicating with external clients, partners and vendors. Jaymes holds a Bachelor of Science in …


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 …

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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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Meet Jon Gambrill from Gensler, the Architecture Firm Helping to Shape Cherry Creek West

This article originally appeared on Award-winning commercial real estate firm East West Partners recently spoke with Jon Gambrill, co-managing director of Denver-based architecture firm Gensler — the firm helping to shape Cherry Creek West — to learn what sets the company apart from others and what fuels his passion for his work. …