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  • Designing residential in ‘destination neighborhoods’ May 17, 2019
    Since the postwar area, a demographic tidal wave has pushed populations in urban areas to the highest levels in the country’s history. Four-fifths of Americans now live in cities. As cities grow and The post Designing residential in ‘destination neighborhoods’ appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Krasnow joins Crescent Communities May 17, 2019
    Ben Krasnow has joined Crescent Communities as the managing director for the southwest region of the real estate company’s multifamily business. The post Krasnow joins Crescent Communities appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Pando Holdings, GH Phipps break ground on 135 Adams project May 17, 2019
    GH Phipps recently broke ground on 135 Adams, a fivestory micro-apartment building. Designed by Saiber Saiber for Pando Holdings, the development will include 37 units, which are approximately 300 to 800 square feet.  The post Pando Holdings, GH Phipps break ground on 135 Adams project appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Fairfield hotel in Colorado Springs sells for $10.95 million May 17, 2019
    The post Fairfield hotel in Colorado Springs sells for $10.95 million appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Single-tenant, net-leased property in Montrose trades at 5.5% cap rate May 17, 2019
    A Colorado 1031 exchange buyer, 1230 S. Townsend LLC, paid $1.76 million, or $251.14 per square foot, for the O’Reilly Auto Parts at 1230 S. Townsend Ave.  The post Single-tenant, net-leased property in Montrose trades at 5.5% cap rate appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Community by Design: Creating Space to Encourage Social Interaction and Connection May 17, 2019
    What is community? As designers and builders, when we think about communities, we often think about the streets, homes, sidewalks, signs, parks and other buildings that help define the physical aspects of a place. We spend countless hours ensuring that the “vision” of a new neighborhood comes together. The post Community by Design: Creating Space […]
  • Small-balance loans bring big benefits to owners May 17, 2019
    On March 26, Gary Ghiselli closed on refinancing Forest Street, the 24-unit property he has owned for several years. Leveraging a rally in the U.S. Treasury rates, he locked in a 4.09 percent fixed rate for 12 The post Small-balance loans bring big benefits to owners appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Arrow Electronics World HQ building trades for $40.1M May 16, 2019
    The post Arrow Electronics World HQ building trades for $40.1M appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Affordable housing: Essential considerations to find the right architect May 16, 2019
    There are many guides on how to hire an architect with an inevitable “top 10” list of things such as fees (cost per unit vs. percentage fee); process (methodology and software); website The post Affordable housing: Essential considerations to find the right architect appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Roofing materials firm leases 117,826 square feet May 16, 2019
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  • Environmental groups call for statewide oil, gas moratorium May 21, 2019
    DENVER — Dozens of people packed the Colorado Oil and Gas Commission hearing room Tuesday for the first meeting of the newly reconstituted regulatory body, and many of those attendees called for a statewide moratorium on new oil and gas drilling. The COGCC, the makeup and mission of which was changed after the recent passage […]
  • ARC Group Worldwide May 21, 2019
    ARC Group Worldwide Inc. owns this building at 7040 Weld County Road 20, along with an adjacent building. Christopher Wood/BizWest The post ARC Group Worldwide appeared first on BizWest.
  • Rawlins National rebrands, recharters May 21, 2019
    LONGMONT — Rawlins National Bank, with a facility in Longmont, has changed its name to Front Range State Bank in its Colorado markets. The bank is a division of RNB State Bank, a rechartered financial institution that has moved from a federal to a state charter. “Our board feels that being under state supervision, as […]
  • ARC Group Worldwide slashes workforce, vacates building May 21, 2019
    FIRESTONE and LONGMONT — A Florida-based manufacturing company with operations in Firestone and Longmont has slashed about 32 percent of positions in a key division and is vacating one building entirely, even as it faces potential delisting from the Nasdaq stock exchange. ARC Group Worldwide Inc. (Nasdaq: ARCW), based in Deland, Fla., said in a […]
  • NoCo restaurants band together to push back against food delivery giants May 21, 2019
    A group of Northern Colorado restaurateurs is fed up being charged high commission rates and receiving poor customer service from major application-based food delivery services such as GrubHub and DoorDash. Taking matters into their own hands, the Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland restaurant owners have banded together to launch NoCo NOSH, an alternative delivery service […]
  • Xcel seeks 6.5 percent increase in electrical rates May 21, 2019
    DENVER — Xcel Energy Inc. (NYSE: XEL) has asked the Colorado Public Utilities Commission to permit it to increase rates by about 6.5 percent in order to strengthen its electric grid and protect it against risks such as wildfires. “We’re excited to deliver even better service and value to our customers through continued investment in […]
  • Carl Dierschow May 21, 2019
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  • Ball-built NASA satellite to launch in June May 21, 2019
    BOULDER — A small satellite built by Boulder-based Ball Aerospace has arrived in Florida to be launched in June as part of NASA’s Green Propellant Infusion Mission. The mission, known as GPIM,  “is NASA’s first opportunity to demonstrate a new ‘green’ propellant and propulsion system in orbit — an alternative to conventional chemical propulsion systems,” […]
  • Elevations awards scholarships to 33 area students May 21, 2019
    BOULDER — Elevations Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Boulder-based Elevations Credit Union, recently awarded $84,250 in scholarships to 33 2019 graduates of Adams 12, Boulder Valley, Poudre, St. Vrain Valley and Thompson school districts. “The Elevations Foundation scholarship initiative has provided over $480,000 in scholarships for higher education during its first nine years. Award criteria […]
  • Purely Elizabeth recalls granola bars May 21, 2019
    BOULDER — Purely Elizabeth, a Boulder-based snack maker, is recalling several granola and bar products due to possible contamination with a foreign substance. “The foreign matter may include plastic, rocks or glass,” according to a company news release. The following products are being recalled: Coconut Cashew Grain-Free Granola, 16 oz., UPC 855140002946 Coconut Cashew Grain-Free […]