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Denver’s Coworking Inventory Sees 8% Increase in Q1

Coworking spaces are essential for offering creative solutions that satisfy the needs of both individuals and enterprises as the nature of work continues to change ...
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BrokerageDevelopment

Office-Conversion Projects Increase in Q1 2024

According to CBRE’s Office Conversions brief, nearly 70 million square feet of office space or 1.7% of total U.S. supply was undergoing conversion to other ...
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BrokerageReports

Denver Metro Ranks No.20 in the US for Population Growth YoY

Cushman & Wakefield has revealed its latest insights “Breaking Down the Latest Census Data,” providing analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau’s latest data and highlighting ...
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ConstructionDevelopment

RLB Survey Shows Crane Count is Down More than 20% in Denver

International property and construction consultancy firm Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) has released its latest Crane Index and quarterly Construction Cost Report (QCR). The two documents provide an eye-opening perspective on the ...
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BrokerageDevelopment

CBRE Forecasts 4.3% Increase in RevPAR Growth in Denver in 2024

CBRE is forecasting revenue per available hotel room (RevPAR) will continue to grow steadily in 2024, driven by improving group business, inbound international travel and traditional ...
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ConstructionDevelopment

Ongoing Skilled Labor Shortage in Booming Construction Sector

Despite economic improvements in some dimensions in 2023, the construction industry continues to face a severe skilled labor shortage, according to Marcum LLP’s annual analysis of ...
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Affordable HousingCondominium

The Decline of Condominium Construction in Colorado

By Peter LiFari, Common Sense Institute Housing Fellow The disappearance of condominiums in Colorado embodies the state’s housing affordability challenges. Over the past fifteen years, ...
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MOB
ArchitectureConstruction

MOB in Wheat Ridge Among Top 20 Largest US Deliveries of 2024 

Despite difficult capital conditions, the medical office sector remains a strong player in the commercial real estate industry, demonstrating resilience.  With that in mind, CommercialSearch just published ...
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ConstructionDevelopment

Denver-Boulder Among Top Preforming Life Sciences Markets

More than a half-billion square feet of tenant demand and record levels of venture capital and National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding are positioning Denver-Boulder ...
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DevelopmentMultifamily

Denver Rents Rebounded in January

According to Realtor.com, rents fell in January for the sixth month in a row, with year-over-year prices down -0.3%, according to the monthly Rental Report. ...
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DevelopmentOffice

Denver’s Coworking Inventory Sees 8% Increase in Q1

Coworking spaces are essential for offering creative solutions that satisfy the needs of both individuals and enterprises as the nature of work continues to change ...
Read More →
BrokerageDevelopment

Office-Conversion Projects Increase in Q1 2024

According to CBRE’s Office Conversions brief, nearly 70 million square feet of office space or 1.7% of total U.S. supply was undergoing conversion to other ...
Read More →
BrokerageReports

Denver Metro Ranks No.20 in the US for Population Growth YoY

Cushman & Wakefield has revealed its latest insights “Breaking Down the Latest Census Data,” providing analysis of the U.S. Census Bureau’s latest data and highlighting ...
Read More →
ConstructionDevelopment

RLB Survey Shows Crane Count is Down More than 20% in Denver

International property and construction consultancy firm Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) has released its latest Crane Index and quarterly Construction Cost Report (QCR). The two documents provide an eye-opening perspective on the ...
Read More →
BrokerageDevelopment

CBRE Forecasts 4.3% Increase in RevPAR Growth in Denver in 2024

CBRE is forecasting revenue per available hotel room (RevPAR) will continue to grow steadily in 2024, driven by improving group business, inbound international travel and traditional ...
Read More →
ConstructionDevelopment

Ongoing Skilled Labor Shortage in Booming Construction Sector

Despite economic improvements in some dimensions in 2023, the construction industry continues to face a severe skilled labor shortage, according to Marcum LLP’s annual analysis of ...
Read More →
Affordable HousingCondominium

The Decline of Condominium Construction in Colorado

By Peter LiFari, Common Sense Institute Housing Fellow The disappearance of condominiums in Colorado embodies the state’s housing affordability challenges. Over the past fifteen years, ...
Read More →
MOB
ArchitectureConstruction

MOB in Wheat Ridge Among Top 20 Largest US Deliveries of 2024 

Despite difficult capital conditions, the medical office sector remains a strong player in the commercial real estate industry, demonstrating resilience.  With that in mind, CommercialSearch just published ...
Read More →
ConstructionDevelopment

Denver-Boulder Among Top Preforming Life Sciences Markets

More than a half-billion square feet of tenant demand and record levels of venture capital and National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding are positioning Denver-Boulder ...
Read More →
DevelopmentMultifamily

Denver Rents Rebounded in January

According to Realtor.com, rents fell in January for the sixth month in a row, with year-over-year prices down -0.3%, according to the monthly Rental Report. ...
Read More →
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