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Denver Ranks as 9th-Largest Medical Office Market in the U.S.

Using information provided by CRE research and listing platform CommercialEdge, 42Floors looked at the 25 biggest industrial real estate markets and analyzed the last decade of medical office building construction activity — between 2012 and 2021 — to see how this asset class had blossomed into the spotlight for CRE …

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Denver Metro Set to Add Around 10,600 New Apartments by Year End

2022 is shaping up as the best of times for apartment construction in the US, with no less than 420,000 new rentals expected to be built nationwide by the end of the year. According to the recent RentCafe report, the Denver metro is firing on all cylinders on the development …

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ArchitectureReports

Architecture Billings Index Slows But Remains Healthy

For the eighteenth consecutive month, architecture firms reported increasing demand for design services in July, according to a new report today from The American Institute of Architects (AIA). The AIA Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score for July was 51.0. While this score is down from June’s score of 53.2, it …

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7 Facts: How Federal Interest Rate Increases Affect CRE Multifamily, GoDocs Infographic

GoDocs, the automation leader in commercial loan document generation, released its 7 Facts: How Federal Interest Rate Increases Affect CRE Multifamily Infographic, which provides a visual guide to quickly understand how changing interest rates may or may not affect the commercial multifamily housing lending landscape. The easily digestible infographic not only provides …

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OfficeReports

Coworking Rebounds as Alternative to Traditional Leases [CommercialEdge Report]

CommercialEdge just released its August office report analyzing the US office market’s performance through July 2022. At the beginning of the pandemic, many thought coworking will be the least resilient asset class. But, as treatment and prevention options have become more effective, shared spaces are bridging the gap between office …

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Denver Multifamily Market Sees Highest Absorption in More Than 20 Years

Multifamily investors continue to focus on the Denver market, where rent growth reached 16.5% over the past year, ending with Q1 2022. According to a Mid-Year Multifamily Review by The Laramar Group, a leading national real estate investment and property management company based in Denver, the Denver multifamily market is …

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IndustrialReports

Industrial Commercial Real Estate Market Cooling Off, NAIOP Forecasts

According to the latest NAIOP Industrial Space Demand Forecast, released today, nationally, the industrial real estate market is showing signs of slowing following a period of unprecedented expansion. “Amid lower pressure on global supply chains, increasing inventory carrying costs, a cooling economy, and a decrease in the rate of e-commerce …

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ConstructionDevelopmentReports

Nonresidential Construction Costs Up 2.2% in Denver

Mortenson just released its Q2 2022 Construction Cost Index report for Denver and other major U.S. markets. The overall construction cost index across all markets increased as expected, reaching a new high. According to data from the second quarter, which ended on June 30, nonresidential construction costs were up 2.2% in …

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Talent and Real Estate Cost are Foremost Concerns for Tech Companies, New Cushman & Wakefield Report Finds

This week, Cushman & Wakefield released its “Tech Cities: The Global Intersection of Talent and Real Estate,” a new report that examines the top location strategy drivers for tech occupiers, identifies the top global tech markets and the impact of tech companies on office real estate. In the report, the firm has ranked …

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Development in Downtown Denver Continues Despite Office Vacancy Rates Hitting a Five-Year Record Low

The Downtown Denver Partnership released its annual report last week that annalizes the state of downtown. This year’s report suggests that downtown is moving forward after the significant impacts of the pandemic and highlights the exciting opportunities for growth and stabilization in the center city. Among the findings, the report …

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