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CREW Denver Holds Mid-Year Economic Forecast

On July 14 CREW Denver held its Mid-Year Economic Forecast and happy hour at the University of Denver Knoebel Events Center. Patty Silverstein, president and chief economist of Developmental Research Partners, gave her economic forecast for 2021 which included trends in the commercial real estate and construction industry. Silverstein shared a …

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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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Residences at Market Station Bring New Living Options to Downtown Denver

Continuum Partners, a Denver-based real estate developer specializing in building urban, mixed-use projects, announced today the opening of the Residences at Market Station, the residential component of the highly anticipated mixed-use redevelopment of the former RTD central bus terminal in downtown Denver. The Residences feature two distinct styles in one community: The Flats offers …

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2020 Emerges as a Top Year for Community Amenities

Renters’ needs have changed over the past 10 years, and even more so in 2020. People now want more outdoor living space, a working area, plus fitness centers. Community amenities have evolved in order to better support people’s lifestyles. Storage Café set out to identify where renters have the best …

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Colorado Faces One of the Highest Rates of Foreclosure or Eviction

High housing costs, a potential end to a moratorium on evictions and prolonged unemployment have many Americans worried about keeping a roof over their heads. A recent study by QuoteWizard by LendingTree, LLC  found that nationwide, nearly 25 percent of people (1 in 4) are worried they will face foreclosure or …

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Castle Rock the No.1 Place to Rent High-End in Colorado

Renters across the U.S. are becoming increasingly interested in apartments that offer a generous amount of living space and great amenities. But as cost is always a make-or-break factor, an important question arises: where exactly can renters find the most bang for their buck in the state of Colorado? According …

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Renters Show Preference for Urban Locations Over Suburbia

With moving being one of the main drivers of the self storage industry, the researchers at STORAGECafé zoomed in on approximately 1.7 million renter applications in order to identify the top US cities for renter interest. Contrary to the theory that renters are seeking more space in the suburbs during …

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Commercial Evictions in 2021: Will There Be Calm After the COVID-19 Storm?

By David Laird, Attorney, Moye White LLP The pandemic threw evictions into a state of chaos. Under normal circumstances, evictions in Colorado are technical, time-sensitive, and involved. Executive orders, regulatory edicts, and limited judicial resources brought on by COVID-19 complicated and stalled evictions in 2020. Worse, the landscape was constantly …

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Evergreen Devco Opens Apartment Leasing for Outlook Clear Creek in Wheat Ridge

Evergreen Devco, Inc., a leading retail and multifamily development company, has announced that Outlook Clear Creek Apartments are now available for pre-leasing to residents. The 310-unit apartment community is part of Clear Creek Crossing, a 110-acre mixed-use development located near the intersection of Interstate 70 and Highway 58 in Wheat Ridge. …

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Renters’ Priorities Shift from Cheaper to More Space

In March 2020, right after the first lockdowns, RENT Café asked renters about their moving plans. Despite the overall optimism, “safety” was their main concern and “price” the top preference. But one year of pandemic has impacted renters’ choices significantly. According to our latest survey of 10,000 rentcafe.com visitors, “more space” …

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