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RedPeak Properties to Break Ground on New Apartment Complex

RedPeak Properties to Break Ground on New Apartment Complex

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor RedPeak Properties is breaking ground on a new apartment complex in Denver’s uptown neighborhood, The Denver Post reports. Located between 18th and 19th avenues and Logan and Pennsylvania streets, the 302-unit apartment complex—One City Block—was designed and will be built to achieve LEED Silver Certification.…

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Joint Venture Acquires Foothills Mall

Joint Venture Acquires Foothills Mall

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Alberta Development Partners—a Denver-based real estate acquisition, development and investment firm—has acquired Foothills Mall in a joint venture with affiliates of Walton Street Capital—a private equity real estate investment firm. Located in Fort Collins, the 753,000-square-foot enclosed mall was built in 1976 and remodeled in…

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Forestar Group Announces New Luxury Multifamily Development in Denver

Forestar Group Announces New Luxury Multifamily Development in Denver

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Forestar Group Inc. has partnered up with Guggenheim Real Estate LLC to develop a luxury multifamily community in Denver. Located in the southeast business corridor of the metro area within the Denver Tech Center market, the project—called 360 deg—will feature 304 units. Designed by Denver-based…

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Griffis Residential Adds The Covington on Cherry Creek to Portfolio

Griffis Residential Adds The Covington on Cherry Creek to Portfolio

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Denver-based multifamily investment and management company, Griffis Residential, has acquired The Covington on Cherry Creek in Denver. The company, led by Ian Griffis, David Birnbaum and Tom Barta owns and manages over 3,100 Class A multifamily units along the Front Range, including Denver and Colorado…

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Connextions to Add 550 New Jobs to Colorado

Connextions to Add 550 New Jobs to Colorado

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Connextions, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group’s Optum, has announced plans to create 550 new jobs in Centennial. The health care company will open a new solution center this month at 10730 E. Briarwood Ave. in WaterPark Center. The announcement was made at a news conference…

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Colorado Hoping to Land Next U.S. Patent and Trademark Satellite Office

Colorado Hoping to Land Next U.S. Patent and Trademark Satellite Office

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Colorado state representatives and business leaders are optimistic of the state’s chances of becoming home to a satellite patent office, The Denver Post reports. In 2011, the U.S. Congress approved, under the America Invents Act, the opening of three satellite offices outside of Washington, D.C.…

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Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Development to Break Ground at Evans Light Rail Station

Transit-Oriented Affordable Housing Development to Break Ground at Evans Light Rail Station

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Urban Land Conservancy has sold a parcel of land at the Evans Light Rail Station for the construction of a mixed-use, transit-oriented development. The one-acre property, located along Denver’s Southwest light rail corridor at 2140 S. Delaware St., was originally acquired by the ULC…

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Metro Denver EDC Unveils New Campaign

Metro Denver EDC Unveils New Campaign

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation unveiled a new campaign that aims to mobilize the region’s business leaders and perpetuate the image of Denver as a top place for innovative people and companies. The newly formed Metro Denver E-Force will be comprised of executives—known as…

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Colorado State EDC Approves Incentives for Gaylord and Pueblo Projects

Colorado State EDC Approves Incentives for Gaylord and Pueblo Projects

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Colorado State Economic Development Commission has awarded the Gaylord Aurora and Pueblo projects a sales tax incentive pursuant to the state’s Regional Tourism Act of 2009. The EDC went through a nearly year-long process of selecting, out of six applicants, the winners of the…

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Trimble Breaks Ground on New Rockies Campus; JRK Property Holdings Acquires 325-unit Briargate on Main

Trimble Breaks Ground on New Rockies Campus; JRK Property Holdings Acquires 325-unit Briargate on Main

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Trimble, a provider of advanced location-based solutions, broke ground on its new Rockies campus in Westminster, Colo. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, CIO-Secretary of Technology Kristin Russell, Jefferson County Commissioners Faye Griffin and John Odom and Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally attended the ceremony. Trimble…

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Wood Partners LLC Announces 388-unit Alta Alameda Station Development

Wood Partners LLC Announces 388-unit Alta Alameda Station Development

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Wood Partners LLC has announced plans to build a 388-unit transit-oriented community in the historic Baker district of Denver. Alta Alameda Station will be built on over five acres of land at 275 Cherokee Street, west of S. Broadway. The community will be directly across…

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Forest City Stapleton Plans to Create New Business Park

Forest City Stapleton Plans to Create New Business Park

By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor A large business development is shaping up on Interstate 70 between downtown Denver and Denver International Airport, The Denver Post reports. Developer Forest City Stapleton aims to create an area similar to the Denver Tech Center, with office buildings ranging in height from three to…

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