Research Center - Denver

  • Denver’s Mile-High Moderation

    The city is a hotbed for commercial and residential development, largely due to a robust population growth and a strong demand for housing.

    28 April 2017 08:32
  • Yardi Matrix: Denver’s Transformation

    Once among the leading metros in rent growth, Denver has started to cool off as a result of the heavy development pipeline and issues with affordability.

    20 December 2016 14:49
  • Yardi Matrix: Denver’s Growth Conundrum

    An influx of Millennials and strong job growth have propelled apartment rent increases in Denver to among the highest in the nation—but that growth may be hitting a wall as a result of the heavy development pipeline.

    09 June 2016 14:07
  • Denver Office of Economic Development Releases In-Depth Study Analyzing Denver’s Potential to Become a National Shopping Destination

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Denver Office of Economic Development recently released a comprehensive retail study which explores Denver’s potential to become a national shopping destination. Prepared by retail consultant Economic & Planning Systems, The Denver Retail Conditions and Opportunities Study features an in-depth analysis of the current Denver retail market as well as [...]

    19 June 2013 21:10
  • Buchanan Street Partners and Lowe Enterprises Acquire Class A Office Building in Lone Tree

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor National real estate investment management firm Buchanan Street Partners, in a venture with Los Angeles-based Lowe Enterprises, has acquired a 192,800-square-foot Class A office building in southeast suburban Denver. Located at 10375 Park Meadows Dr. …

    26 September 2012 14:21
  • BMC Buys Prime Parcel of Land in Cherry Creek, Plans to Build Luxury Apartments

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Locally based BMC Investments has acquired a prime parcel of land in Cherry Creek and plans to build a 12-story luxury apartment community, the Denver Business Journal reports. Located on the corner of East First Avenue and Steele Street, the parcel was bought for $15.75 million, according to public records. [...]

    19 September 2012 14:42
  • United Natural Foods Inc. to Consolidate Denver Area Operations in New State-of-the-Art Distribution Facility

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor United Natural Foods Inc. has announced plans to open a new state-of-the-art distribution facility in Aurora, Colo. Located near I-70 in the Denver International Airport corridor, the 535,000-square-foot facility will serve as a distribution hub …

    12 September 2012 15:11
  • Three Denver Metro Office Buildings Sold; NexCore Group Completes Construction of St. Anthony North Medical Pavilion

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Three southeast Denver metro trophy-office buildings were recently sold, gathering a total of $120 million, reports the Denver Business Journal. The sellers in all three individual transactions were represented by John Jugl and Mary Sullivan …

    05 September 2012 13:45
  • MIG Real Estate LLC Acquires Two Residential Communities in Lakewood

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor MIG Real Estate LLC has acquired two residential communities in the Lakewood submarket of Denver. The Newport Beach, Calif.-based real estate investment company purchased The Hamptons and The Huntington, representing the fifth and sixth acquisition for the company in Colorado. The Hamptons is a 312-unit residential community located at 8507 [...]

    08 August 2012 14:20
  • 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 Springs. Located in southeast Denver [...]

    27 June 2012 15:34
  • 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 started off with 43 employees [...]

    16 May 2012 14:31
  • 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 12 stories. President of Forest [...]

    03 May 2012 14:07
  • Economic Development Coup as Aurora Lands New Distribution Center

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Following a new 10-year agreement, Aurora has managed to land a new $45 million distribution center for United Natural Foods, which will ensure the addition of 75 new jobs and the retaining of 475 existing …

    18 April 2012 17:33
  • New $165 Million Residential Development Announced at Buckley Annex

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Department of Defense will transfer the last remaining parcel of land from the site of the former Lowry Air Force Base to the Lowry Redevelopment Authority. Construction work on a $165 million residential development at the Buckley Annex is expected to start this fall, The Denver Post reports. The [...]

    04 April 2012 14:39