Steele Creek sells for $141.5 million

BMC Investments sold the 12-story, 218-unit property at a price topping $649,000 per unit.
 

Front Range focus of CREJ conference

 

Buyer branches out with Colorado Springs acquisition

Green Leaf Partners paid $59.25 million, or $227,884 per unit, for the Encore at Rockrimmon, renamed Green Leaf Rockrimmon.
 

MEP Engineering promotes Mardi Jones

Mardi Jones was promoted to the position of senior electrical engineer at MEP Engineering.
 

What to know about the upcoming R22 phase out

R22 refrigerant is being phased out and property managers and building owners are likely going to be caught off guard. The problem – good for the environment, bad for operating expense budgets
 

Denver’s Safe Occupancy Program Protects All

In December, in an Oakland warehouse called the Ghost Ship, a fire broke out during a live show. The fire spread quickly; 36 people in the warehouse were killed. The interior had
 
Construction, Design & Engineering Architect Anderson champion of historic buildings, sustainability Architect John David “Andy” Anderson had a message for Arnold Schwarzenegger. “We are
 
Boulder County & U.S. 36 Corridor CBRE Research: Retail sales up; industrial absorption continues Retail development remained strong in the third quarter, with over
 
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State readies tourism plan - Pueblo Chieftain

While tourists from Texas remain common in Colorado, the Lone Star State can’t match California.
 

Office market enjoys relocation and expansion flurry

Denver Metro Market Office market enjoys relocation and expansion flurry Relocation and expansion activity is occurring regularly within the Denver metro region, with 20
 

Office market enjoys relocation and expansion flurry

Denver Metro Market Office market enjoys relocation and expansion flurry Relocation and expansion activity is occurring regularly within the Denver metro region, with 20
 
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DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - The Colorado Tourism Office’s successful efforts to attract more visitors from across the country has
 
RMNP (Photo: KUSA)
DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - The Colorado Tourism Office’s successful efforts to attract more visitors from across the country has
 
VAIL — It’s easy to think of the Vail Valley as its own world, but it’s actually part of a much bigger economic engine — the state’s tourism industry.
 
The share of traveler spending from nearby Western states dropped from 71 percent in 2011 to 60 percent in 2015 as the tourism office expanded its marketing footprint nationwide. Notably, the
 
The share of traveler spending from nearby Western states dropped from 71 percent in 2011 to 60 percent in 2015 as the tourism office expanded its marketing footprint nationwide. Notably, the
 
The share of traveler spending from nearby Western states dropped from 71 percent in 2011 to 60 percent in 2015 as the tourism office expanded its marketing footprint nationwide. Notably, the
 
Colorado Tourism Office Seeking Public Input on Strategic Plan to Maximize State's Tourism Potential
 
We have to talk, tourism, traffic and weed, Colorado.
 

Thornton apartment community trades

Comp of the Day Thornton apartment community trades Adams County Property Location: 8849- 8929 Pearl St., Thornton, “Skyline Apartments” Property Description: 464-unit, three-story
 
DENVER — Darla Sidles has been named superintendent
 
The Colorado Tourism Office has scheduled eight public input sessions around the state in the coming weeks to gain insight into opportunities to maximize the benefit of tourism for
 
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Property Location: Southwest corner (realigned) Huron Street & County Road 4, lying one-quarter mile west of Interstate 25 and approximately one-eighth mile north of Baseline Road
 
Property Location: 3955 S. Mariposa St., Englewood
 
Property Location: 2901 W. 63rd Ave., Denver “Pioneer Village”
 
Two years ago, a record 71.3 million visitors pumped $18.6 billion into Colorado's economy. Even so, state officials aren't taking tourism for granted.
 
The Ute Trail below Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park, Aug. 22, 2015.
 
Property Location: 2200-2220 California St., Denver
 

Spec building kicks off Encompass Business Park

Denver-based Central Development LLC will develop a 150,000-square-foot speculative industrial building as part of a new Class A business park in Centennial.
 

The hospital campus redefined

Continuum of care, retailization, flexibility: Buzzwords bringing change and redefining the hospital campus of today.
 

Infill development: Challenges, opportunities

EDITOR’S NOTE: In the first part of this article, we looked at the challenges of below-grade construction, what to look for when your property is surrounded by existing structures and how
 
SteelWave has entered a joint venture with the owner of an uptown office asset that is a prime candidate for repositioning.
 

Colorado Springs poised for growth

As the momentum of economic
 

Elan sale a record breaker

It was a blockbuster deal.
American Realty Advisors last month paid $154.3 million for the 314-unit, Elan Union Station, according to public records.
 
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Things you hear when you are visiting with Bill Carle Jr. and Barb Day:
 
BOULDER — Justin’s LLC, a Boulder-based company that pioneered a line of snacks rooted in nut butter, is being acquired…
 
The regional tourism proposal designed to bring hundreds of thousands of new visitors to Northern Colorado has missed a target date by a few months, but proponents say the venture
 
To recognize National Travel and Tourism Week members of the Colorado Tourism Office (CTD) hit the road to talk about the importance of the industry, and Friday,
 
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Low gas prices, the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service and the renovations at the Grand Imperial Hotel in Silverton are just a few factors that could boost the tourism
 
More specifically, industrial-flex projects and warehouse projects both
 

Real Estate Developer Michael Rasser

 
Veteran real estate developer: Metro Denver is not facing a commercial real estate bubble
 
Tourism in Colorado is big business, and some of the dedicated workers who help make it such a vital industry were this week given their due.