Seasoned Commercial Broker Ryan Arnold & Architect/Developer Bill Parkhill Launch New Real Estate Firm

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Denver, CO –  Ryan Arnold, a long-time commercial broker in Denver, and architect and developer Bill Parkhill have launched Tributary Real Estate, a fully integrated real estate firm that acquires, owns and operates mixed-use commercial properties in Denver’s River North (RiNo) neighborhood and the surrounding urban neighborhoods.

“It is, and has been, an exciting time for real estate in Denver, and especially in RiNo,” said Arnold. “I look forward to bringing my experience as a broker in Denver to the developer/owner side. We see tremendous potential in this neighborhood to create some truly special places here, and we look forward to bringing those plans to fruition.”

Prior to co-founding Tributary Real Estate, Arnold served as a broker and vice president at JLL in Denver for twelve years. During that time, Arnold focused on representing tenants and buyers in the Downtown Denver area, as well as negotiating numerous land transactions, land assemblages and real estate investments across several product categories.

Parkhill is a licensed architect and developer, with more than 35 years of experience in Colorado real estate development. Prior to co-founding Tributary Real Estate, Parkhill spent more than 12 years operating as Parkhill Development. With Parkhill Development, Bill was involved in over $225 million in development projects in the Denver metro area and most recently in the RiNo neighborhood.

“Tributary Real Estate brings together my 35 years of experience in architecture, design and development with Ryan’s deep expertise in transactions and the pulse on the market,” said Parkhill. “Tributary projects such as Revolution 3600 and other adaptive re-use projects on Brighton Boulevard are perfect examples of the quality, neighborhood-driven developments we are looking to foster.”

Headshots courtesy of Tributary Real Estate

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