Boulder the Top Gen Z City in the U.S.

Gen Z (the oldest of which turned 23 in 2020) became the second most important player in the rental market in 2020 and some cities saw spectacular increases in rental applications from this youngest generation of apartment dwellers. To find the top trending locations for Gen Z renters in each …

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Granite Properties Launches Flexible Office Leasing Solution

As many companies review their plans to return to the office, Granite Properties has launched evolve, a new platform of office and leasing solutions that provides a maximum amount of flexibility, offering conventional, move-in ready, on-demand, short-term, and co-working space. The new platform allows companies to tailor their workspace to their …


Grow or Die: Apartment Locating Startup Doubles Down on Denver

By Cassie Brown, CEO/Founder Smart City  Most companies approached the pandemic with a “cut back or die” mindset – and the reason why is obvious. It’s safe. Eventually, if they play their cards right, they will be able to make up all their losses. The problem with “cut back or die,” however, …


Steak Frite Restaurant Seeks Space in Denver

Medium Rare Restaurant Group, an award-winning Washington, D.C.-based hotspot for steak frite lovers, is actively searching for restaurant space in affluent, high-density residential neighborhoods in Denver, as part of a national expansion to more than 26 new cities. The 2,700-3,000-square-foot location should be in an existing restaurant space (conversion), which requires little …


Lincoln Property Company Awarded Leasing Assignment for Denver Office Portfolio

Mark IV Capital has awarded real estate firm Lincoln Property Company the exclusive leasing assignment for a total of 125,549 square feet of premium office space in metro Denver. The properties are Monaco Plaza (4725 S. Monaco Street, Denver), Three Maroon (9635 Maroon Circle, Englewood) and Maroon Five (9540 S Maroon Circle, Englewood). …


Study: Do Landlords Know What Renters Want?

The team at Millionacres, a real estate investing service by The Motley Fool, surveyed 1,500 renters and 136 landlords to find out if landlords really know what their renters want, and more specifically, if renters are willing to pay more for specific features in a rental property. According to the study, …


2020 Saw Denver’s Renter Activity Increase by 11%

In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic delayed peak rental season by two months, prompting a slowdown in renter activity and rent drops in the nation’s ten most expensive large cities for renters. To get a comprehensive overview of this year’s renting trends, Rent Café analyzed 5.8 million renter applications nationwide. While …

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Colorado Non-Profit to Develop Cooperative Community in Jefferson County

Trailhead Community, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals with developmental disabilities lead independent and productive lives, is currently developing an 80 unit apartment complex in south Jefferson County near Bowles and C470. 50 percent of the units will be allocated for adults with developmental disabilities and the other 50 percent will …


Colorado Leads the West for Commercial Bankruptcy Filings

According to the Denver Post, a report from Resolute Commercial Services finds that Colorado leads other states in the Mountain West for the most medium sized company bankruptcy filings. Across nine states, Resolute counted 60 business bankruptcies by firms with $1 million or more in liabilities. 28 percent were in Colorado. Businesses in the real estate …


Denver Renters Rebounding While Concessions Remain High

New data shows a record number of Denver renters are searching for a new place to live on — the leading online apartment listing site with nearly 14,615 apartments listed in the Denver area. Prospective renters are enthusiastic about the market, searching for cheaper rents, taking advantage of increased concessions, and looking for properties with more space. …