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Upturn Predicted in Commercial Real Estate

Upturn Predicted in Commercial Real Estate

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor A panel of experts analyzed the state of all the major sectors of Denver’s commercial real estate market and their conclusions were positive. It certainly looks like metro Denver is slated for a recovery with some [...]…

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Denver Skyscraper Testing Market Again; More Deals Keep Activity at High Level

Denver Skyscraper Testing Market Again; More Deals Keep Activity at High Level

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor What was until recently called the Qwest building is now up for sale, according to The Denver Business Journal. The current owner, Public Service Enterprises Group Inc. of Newark, New Jersey has hired Cushman & [...]…

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Adaptive Reuse Planned for Historic Hangar 2 Site; Denver Area Hotels Part of Massive Package Deal

Adaptive Reuse Planned for Historic Hangar 2 Site; Denver Area Hotels Part of Massive Package Deal

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Hartman Ely Investments and Larimer Associates have come up with a great idea to revive one of Denver’s historic spots. Part of the redeveloped Lowry Air Force Base, Hangar 2 was left out of the plan [...]…

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Aurora Entertainment Center Hitting First Bump; Affordable Housing Planned for Denver

Aurora Entertainment Center Hitting First Bump; Affordable Housing Planned for Denver

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The massive entertainment center planned by developer Gaylord in Aurora has been generating a lot of buzz since it was first announced. According to a story in the Denver Post, the necessary land for the project [...]…

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Hines Sells 1515 Wynkoop Property; Major Development Expected in Aurora

Hines Sells 1515 Wynkoop Property; Major Development Expected in Aurora

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor One of the largest real estate transactions in the western United States this year was perfected for the building at 1515 Wynkoop in lower downtown Denver. The deal for the 306,701-sq. ft. building was made by [...]…

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United Properties will Develop Aerospace and Clean Energy Facility on Loveland Site

United Properties will Develop Aerospace and Clean Energy Facility on Loveland Site

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Making Denver real estate headlines this past week was the selection process for the redevelopment of a Loveland site slated for conversion to a high-tech manufacturing plant for NASA. The story was reported by both The [...]…

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Rental Demand High, Housing Prices Less so

Rental Demand High, Housing Prices Less so

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Real estate news this week revealed just how hard the recession has hit the market in recent years. A Denver Post story regarding the recent Standard & Poor’s/Case – Shiller Home Prices Index confirms that numbers [...]…

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Central Development’s Manufacturing Plant will Generate New Jobs for Douglas County

Central Development’s Manufacturing Plant will Generate New Jobs for Douglas County

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Real estate news in Denver this week seemed fairly consistent and did not contain any groundbreaking changes in the pace of the market. Probably the most encouraging bit of news was Polystrand’s announcement regarding the construction of [...]…

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Denver Housing Authority Ramps Up Redevelopment Plans

Denver Housing Authority Ramps Up Redevelopment Plans

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor This past week, Denver real estate has made headlines through a series of diverse moves that encompass both major sales and development news. One of these top headlines was regarding the sale of the JW Marriott [...]…

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Denver Healthcare Aims High

Denver Healthcare Aims High

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Denver real estate news surfaced this past week, and the signs point towards important changes in how the city will develop going forward. Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital’s project for a new replacement facility has been making [...]…

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