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Colorado Real Estate Journal
Founded in 1992, the Colorado Real Estate Journal is the communication channel of the Colorado commercial real estate community. 16th Property Manag. Expo-2/20.
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David Jaudes, vice president of multifamily development, discusses how a long-term multifamily strategy can help insulate developers from market volatility, and more.
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Magnolia Hotels Apr 24
Thanks for the article about our recently completed renovation!
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 23
Evergreen Devco Inc. is set to start work next month on Dry Creek Commons, a Thornton retail development – adding to the “significant” development activity occurring in the city.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 22
The Apartment Association of Metro Denver celebrated the 20th Maintenance Olympics at Denver Mart.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 22
Michael Bennett, Managing principal, gives us a glimpse into the exciting growth and sophistication in Denver’s commercial real estate.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 19
Two companies - Yes! Communities and Pacific Western Bank - leased more than 50,000 square feet at 50 Fifty DTC, a newly completed Class A office building in Denver.
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Precision Contractors Apr 17
Kicking off the 1st panel for the 2019 Health Care & MOB Expo from . This panel is discussing future trends they expect to affect the health care market in Colorado.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 17
Christine King, FSMPS, CPSM, joined the Denver office of as regional development director.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 12
expanded its footprint in Colorado, as Chrisland Inc., a successful boutique commercial real estate brokerage, investment & development firm in Fort Collins, joins the worldwide network of commercial real estate offices. CC:
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 11
Shears Adkins Rockmore's Andre LH Baros challenges us 2 respond 2 the idea of a by expanding the definition of critical infrastructure again, this time 2 include all the people who make it smart.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 11
CREJ’s 2019 Development & Design Conference and Expo is scheduled for Monday June 24th. More than 300 developers, architects, land planners, municipal representatives & other professionals expected. RSVP:
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 11
Be part of & reach 3,500+ commercial real estate professionals (developers, GCs, architects, interior designers, landscape architects & others). Project to feature or know a trend? msg kostern at
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 11
thank you for the follow - have a terrific post blizzard day
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 11
On the heels of its 10th anniversary in downtown Denver, has moved its growing team to the top floor of the city’s tallest building, the iconic Republic Plaza. (credit: Caleb Tkach)
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 10
Katie Benefield was promoted by to the position of sales director, investor services.
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CushWake Denver Apr 9
's Northeast submarket is a hotbed for development and isn't showing any signs of slowing, explains Drew McManus in his article for the . Read the full article here >>
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"Overall, continues to outperform the nation economically, attracting new capital investment in the market." This article gives a good overview of the current market. Read the full piece here:
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 9
broke ground on what will be a full-block mixed-use redevelopment to transform a historic school into an upscale hotel – and more.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 8
recently completed a $1.9 million renovation of the 257,253-square foot, 14-story Colorado Square building in downtown Colorado Springs.
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Colorado Real Estate Journal Apr 5
The Colorado State Land Board bought Clear Creek Square, one of the largest and newest privately owned office buildings in Golden for $15.9 million, or $202.17 per square foot.
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