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New Office Tenants Move into Award-Winning Community in Loveland

Loveland, CO — McWHINNEY, an experienced Colorado-based real estate investment, management and development company responsible for the community of Centerra — an award‐winning 3,000‐acre master‐planned community located in Loveland, Colorado — continues to expand its footprint with the addition of new office tenants throughout its business parks. Centerra’s amenities and prime location at Interstate …

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Highlands Apartment Complex Sells for $46M

DENVER — Line 28 at LoHi, a 130-unit apartment complex in Denver’s popular Highlands neighborhood, has sold for $46.6 million – $359,000/unit, $514.08/SF. The property was purchased by TH Real Estate — one of the largest real estate investment managers in the world — from Washington-based developer Holland Partner Group. ARA, A Newmark Company, …

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Groundbreaking: The HUB Brings Rail-Centric, Class A Office Space to RiNo

DENVER — On Wednesday, Beacon Capital Partners, a leading office investor, and Elevation Development Group, will break ground on The HUB, the first Class A office space to be built in the RiNo neighborhood of Denver. At 275,000-square feet, the mixed-use development designed by Gensler is currently the third-largest planned development in …

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Amazon Coming to Crossroads Commerce Park

View here Amazon are moving into Crossroads Commerce Park in Adams County. Dallas-based Trammell Crow built the 1 million square feet of industrial space on 77 acres, near the prime interchange of Interstates 25 and 70. Amazon announced earlier this year that they will offer same-day grocery delivery in Denver. Ware …

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Glendale 180 Development Back on Track

View here The development of a large entertainment complex to be built in Glendale — that previously met some legal resistance —  is in negotiations with a Dallas-based developer to be built.  On Tuesday, City leaders voted 6-0 to start negotiations with the developer to build the project. The City …

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Denver Affordable Housing Program Aims to Create More Workforce Housing

View here According to a Denver Post article, Chipotle may partner up for a pilot program that aims to buy down rents on up to 400 market-rate apartments, to increase the amount of affordable housing in Denver. Some of those apartments will likely house Chipotle employees — provided they meet the …

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JJ’S Sweets Set to Open New Offices in Boulder

DENVER – Real Estate Consultants of Colorado, LLC (REC) recently announced its newest lease of 3,142-square-feet of flex space to JJ’s Sweets, Inc. located in Boulder, Colorado. JJ’s Sweets is the producer of award-winning Cocomels, a dairy free, gluten free chocolate covered salted caramel. Previously based in Longmont, they have chosed to relocate …

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Has Denver’s City Permit Process Improved?

View here According to the Denver Business Journal’s Cover Story, restaurateurs and home builders have mixed feelings as to whether changes implemented to Denver’s planning and permitting processes in the past two years, have improved the process of opening a business in the city.

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$86M Apartment Project Breaks Ground in Westminster

View here Minneapolis-based developer Sherman Associates has broken ground on Ascent, an $86 million apartment project in Westminster with 24,000-square-feet of ground-floor retail. The ground-breaking comes one month following the news that an Origin Hotel and Marcyzk’s Fine Foods will be developed on the Westminster mall site. Image courtesy of City …

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Denver’s Evolving Retail Market: Stephanie Cegielski, Spokeswoman for ICSC Shares her Perspective

What does the world look like with the Amazon news to buy Whole Foods? Are shopping malls really going away with technology? Do millennials really shun the physical store? A city that is expected to be one of the hottest markets over the next few years, Denver and its surrounding …

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