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  • Denver among top 5 markets for commercial real estate investment, CBRE survey finds March 22, 2019
    The post Denver among top 5 markets for commercial real estate investment, CBRE survey finds appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Capital pursues Denver, driving record pricing March 18, 2019
    Last year was a year to remember. Office transaction volume exceeded $3 billion, driven by 14 downtown sales totaling $1.35 billion; a substantial increase from 2017 when only seven transactions The post Capital pursues Denver, driving record pricing appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Inova Aero lifts off with 43-acre land acquisition March 18, 2019
    The post Inova Aero lifts off with 43-acre land acquisition appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Borgh joins Black Creek Group March 18, 2019
    Dean Borgh joined Black Creek Group as vice president, strategic accounts, for Black Creek Capital Markets, the company’s distribution group. The post Borgh joins Black Creek Group appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Broadway Lofts retail trades for $2.25M March 18, 2019
    Broadway Lofts, a five-story development built in 2018, features four stories of multifamily above two phases of ground-level retail.  The post Broadway Lofts retail trades for $2.25M appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Overlook sale sets new record in Springs March 18, 2019
    The buyer paid $66.5 million, or $251,894 per unit, for the community built in 2018, which was 80 percent occupied at the time of sale. The post Overlook sale sets new record in Springs appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Pinkard delivers Koelbel and Co.’s Sienna Sloans Lake March 18, 2019
    Pinkard Construction recently delivered Sienna Sloans Lake, which was designed by Van Meter Williams Pollack. Koelbel and Co. and Trailbreak Partners developed the 49-unit affordable apartment project on the old St. Anthony Hospital campus.  The post Pinkard delivers Koelbel and Co.’s Sienna Sloans Lake appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Building Box: TriVista on Speer March 18, 2019
    A block south of the Colorado Convention Center in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood, the seven-story, 322-unit TriVista on Speer apartment building is named for three different panoramas: to the west, the mountains; to the north, downtown; and to the east, the Denver Art Museum and the heart of the Golden Triangle’s Cultural District.  The post […]
  • Light rail impacts various submarkets differently March 17, 2019
    Transit-oriented development continues to be a hot topic of conversation among all stakeholders in commercial real estate in the Denver area. As our population grows and traffic congestion worsens, The post Light rail impacts various submarkets differently appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Northern Colorado’s office fundamentals stand out March 17, 2019
    The Northern Colorado office market has grown to greater than 17 million square feet of space and 2018 ended with an overall vacancy of 3.6 percent. The Northern Colorado statistics cover Larimer The post Northern Colorado’s office fundamentals stand out appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.

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  • Women of Distinction: Debbie Davis, Guaranty Bank & Trust Co. vice president and Berthoud branch manager March 22, 2019
    Debbie Davis’ personal and career paths have not followed traditional routes, and she certainly has navigated bumps in the road. Married at 17, her first child was born when she was 19. She graduated from high school at 20, had her second child at 22 and started college at 24. Her husband passed away unexpectedly […]
  • Boulder Valley, Northern Colorado unemployment down for February March 22, 2019
    Unemployment for the Boulder Valley and Northern Colorado fell from January 2019 to February 2019, but remained flat year-over-year. Weld County had the highest unemployment rate for the region at 3.2 percent in February 2019, according to new data from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. In January that rate was 3.8 percent and […]
  • Pilgrim’s Pride names new CEO March 22, 2019
    GREELEY — Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. (Nasdaq: PPC), a Greeley-based poultry production giant, has named Jayson Penn its new CEO. Penn, currently Pilgrim’s USA president, will take over from retiring CEO Bill Lovette, who will remain available for strategic advisory services through July 2020, according to a company news release. Lovette has served as Pilgrim’s CEO […]
  • sears_Springfield_April4_2014 March 22, 2019
    Robert Sibcy, left, chairman of the board of directors of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, and Chalice Springfield, chief executive and managing broker of Greeley-based Sears Real Estate. Special to BizWest The post sears_Springfield_April4_2014 appeared first on BizWest.
  • New report finds optimism among Northern Colorado business owners March 22, 2019
    FORT COLLINS — Local business owners are feeling good about the state of the Northern Colorado economy, according to the recently released Northern Colorado Business Retention and Expansion Annual Report 2018. The report, issued for the first time this year, was compiled by the Business Retention and Expansion Partnership of Larimer County, a group that […]
  • FirstNet to develop experience program at its lab in Boulder March 22, 2019
    JACKSON, Miss. and BOULDER — FirstNet, or the First Responder Network Authority, is developing an experience program in conjunction with the FirstNet Innovation and Test Lab in Boulder to introduce first responders to current and future technologies available to them through hands-on experience. FirstNet is an independent authority within the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. […]
  • Plans for Liquor Mart redevelopment call for apartments, retail March 22, 2019
    BOULDER — Plans to transform Boulder’s Liquor Mart property at the corner of 15th Street and Canyon Boulevard call for a mixed-use development that would include 147 apartments and 11,000 square feet of retail space. Core Spaces LLC, a Chicago-based real estate developer that last year bought the 1.7-acre parcel from W.W. Reynolds Cos. for […]
  • roundtable_April4_2014 March 22, 2019
    Quayle Hodek, left, chief executive of Boulder-based Renewable Choice Energy, said the cost of solar has fallen 50 percent in the last two years, and then asked, “Why in the world are we going to build more fossil fuel plants?” Hodek participated in BizWest’s CEO Roundtable on clean technology. Loren Burnett of e-Chromic Technologies Inc., […]
  • Lauren-Salazar-2 March 22, 2019
    Lauren Salazar, with New Belgium Brewing in Fort Collins, is leading a new class of young female brewmasters. It’s an uphill climb, though, with women comprising just 29 percent of craft brewery employees nationwide. Jonathan Castner/for BizWest The post Lauren-Salazar-2 appeared first on BizWest.
  • timeout.mcmahan.april18_2014 March 22, 2019
    “Singing Cowboy” Gary McMahan entertains Poudre Valley REA members as ballots are counted at the nonprofit rural electric co-operative’s 75th annual meeting, held March 29 at the Embassy Suites in Loveland. Re-elected were incumbent directors Robert Lock in Boulder County, Jan Peterson in Larimer County and Jack Schneider in Weld County. Courtesy Poudre Valley REA […]