MultifamilyRentReports

$1,500 Gets Renters 662 SQFT of Apartment Space in Denver

Apartment space remains a top priority for renters nationwide. To help them get the best value for their money, RentCafe calculated how much square footage they can enjoy on a monthly budget of $1,500 — but this time around, the study focused on the top 50 best cities for renters. …

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ReportsTechnology

Denver No.10 for Tech Talent in CBRE’s Annual ‘Scoring Tech Talent’ Report

Today marks the official launch of CBRE’s 2022 Scoring Tech Talent Report, which ranks the top 50 markets in North America for tech talent. Denver jumped two spots to No.10 in this year’s ranking, due in part to strong tech talent job growth over the past five years. The U.S. added …

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IndustrialOfficeReports

Denver Office Construction Rebounds in Q2 and Industrial Lease Rates Increase

CBRE just released its Q2 reports for metro Denver’s office and industrial sectors. Significant rent growth can be attributed to the industrial market’s sustained success, while the office construction pipeline strongly rebounded this quarter with seven properties breaking ground. Metro Denver Q2 Office Highlights Leasing momentum continued in Q2 2022 with 1.1 million …

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ConstructionReports

Denver Construction Costs Above National Average

International property and construction consultancy firm Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) has released its midyear Quarterly Cost Report. The report provides an on-the-ground picture of construction activity in 14 key North American markets, including Denver, as well as data-driven insights into the industry for the second quarter of 2022. Like many …

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Life SciencesReports

Denver Among 20 Best U.S. Metros for Life Sciences Companies in 2022

The ongoing momentum in the life sciences sector is likely to drive tremendous opportunities for growth within the real estate industry. Consequently, the latest CommercialCafe study set out to identify which metro areas offer the most favorable combination of factors for a successful life sciences ecosystem. The study analyzed data …

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DevelopmentIndustrialReports

Denver a Top Industrial Market to Watch

While major industrial and logistics markets capture most of the headlines, industrial occupiers and investors know that dozens of secondary markets are essential to supply chains in the U.S. Of the 81 industrial markets Cushman & Wakefield tracks, the firm selected five emerging industrial real estate markets plus two honorable …

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EnergyOfficeReports

Energy Industry Now Occupies a “Stable” 10% of Downtown Denver Office Space

Following years of volatility, the energy sector’s share of downtown Denver’s office market has stabilized, according to new research from CBRE.   Oil and gas companies occupy 3.2 million square feet in downtown Denver as of the first quarter of 2022, accounting for 10.6 percent of downtown’s occupied office footprint. This …

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HealthLife SciencesReports

CBRE Names Denver/Boulder 11th Best Market for Life Sciences Talent

According to a new analysis conducted by CBRE, the Denver/Boulder area is the 11th-leading market for U.S. life sciences talent. The inaugural report identifies the 25 top U.S. life sciences labor markets — ranging from established hotbeds like Boston and San Diego to developing hubs like the Denver/Boulder area — …

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HospitalityReports

Denver Hotel Industry on Pace for Recovery by 2023/2024

According to CBRE’s latest forecast for the hotel sector, Denver’s recovery is well underway from the trough experienced in 2020, when occupancy dropped to 41 percent. Denver is now marching toward recovery with several performance metrics forecasted to exceed pre-pandemic levels by 2024. Yet Denver lags the national forecast, which calls …

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ArchitectureDesignReports

Architecture Billings Index Moderates Slightly, Remains Strong

For the fifteenth consecutive month, architecture firms reported increasing demand for design services in April, according to a new report today from The American Institute of Architects (AIA). AIA’s Architecture Billings Index score for April was 56.5 compared to 58.0 in March. Any score above 50 indicates an increase in …

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