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  • Designing for students of life, regardless of age July 22, 2019
    When thinking about designing for education, architects and interior designers often reflect on the needs of students from K-12 to higher education. We think about what learning spaces look like for young children to young adults, including where they sit, how they interact with teachers and how they work with and learn from each other. […]
  • Aquaponics a new idea in health care environment July 22, 2019
    It wasn’t long ago that we either grew our own food or knew the farmer who grew it. However, in recent decades, small local farms have been virtually wiped out by an industrial and corporate controlled food system that has destroyed our natural resources, depleted our soils, sprayed toxic chemicals and has genetically modified our […]
  • Ault joins Perkins+Will as design director July 20, 2019
    Robin Ault, AIA, LEED AP, joined Perkins + Will as design director. As the most senior design position at the firm, the design director is responsible for leading and overseeing all design work; collaborating with in-house teams and clients; and ensuring clients have access to the firm’s broader resources.  Under Ault’s design leadership, the Denver […]
  • New Warranty of Habitability law includes many changes July 20, 2019
    The amended Warranty of Habitability law goes into effect Aug. 3. The revisions impose new responsibilities on residential landlords and could spark increased litigation due to some of the language chosen by the Legislature. The post New Warranty of Habitability law includes many changes appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Value-add office portfolio fetches $49 million July 19, 2019
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  • Partnership pays $41.15M for Springs apts. July 19, 2019
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  • QOZ fund, Hines announce plans for North Wynkoop apartments July 19, 2019
    The post QOZ fund, Hines announce plans for North Wynkoop apartments appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.
  • Renaissance Downtown Lofts wins ULI, Gold Nugget nods July 19, 2019
    The Urban Land Institute selected Denver’s Renaissance Downtown Lofts as one of 19 finalists in its Global Awards of Excellence.  Envisioned and designed by Christopher Carvell Architects PC for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, ULI chose the project as “an extraordinary development that’s making a lasting difference.”  The post Renaissance Downtown Lofts wins ULI, […]
  • The Future of Cities: Embracing Inclusiveness, Diversity July 19, 2019
    Cities are deceptive places. Walk down a sidewalk in a city such as Denver and it feels a lot like a geological formation – a canyon or a steep ravine. And like geological formations, cities change. The photographer John Fielder’s wonderful book “Colorado” demonstrates this vividly.  The post The Future of Cities: Embracing Inclusiveness, Diversity […]
  • Family investment group pays $2.2 million for Windsor bldg. July 18, 2019
    A Northern Colorado family investment group bought a fully leased Windsor industrial property for $2.2 million. The post Family investment group pays $2.2 million for Windsor bldg. appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.

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  • COGCC asserts it still has well site authority over Weld County July 22, 2019
    Editor’s note: this story was updated Monday, July 22 at 5:37 p.m. with a statement from the Weld County Commissioners. GREELEY — The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is warning Weld County that it still has regulatory powers in the state’s drilling powerhouse despite it declaring local control over mineral resources. The Weld County […]
  • UCHealth Greeley gets Joint Commission accreditation July 22, 2019
    GREELEY — UCHealth Greeley has secured accreditation from a hospital inspector group, clearing it to participate in federal health-care programs. According to a press release, the Joint Commission gave its approval to the newly opened hospital after a site inspection. The Joint Commission is a nonprofit that inspects hospitals for safety standards. Approval by the […]
  • FRCC manufacturing center to open Aug. 1 July 22, 2019
    LONGMONT — Front Range Community College’s new Center for Integrated Manufacturing in Longmont is set to open Aug. 1. The 27,000 square-foot facility, which broke ground in January in partnership with Advanced Energy, brings all FRCC’s manufacturing programs under a single roof at 1351 S. Sunset St. The center will be home to FRCC’s existing […]
  • Broomfield brings on new economic-development chief July 22, 2019
    BROOMFIELD — Jeff Romine has been hired to serve as Broomfield’s new economic-vitality director. He succeeds Bo Martinez, who left the city and county earlier this year to become director of economic development for Miami Beach. Romine assumed the role as head of the Economic Vitality Department — previously called the Economic Development Department — […]
  • Zillow launches home cash bid program in Fort Collins, Colorado Springs July 22, 2019
    FORT COLLINS — Real estate company Zillow (Nasdaq: Z) is now offering cash bids to homeowners in Fort Collins and Colorado Springs looking to sell their properties. Starting Monday, property owners in the two cities can request a cash offer from Zillow based on the company’s valuation and can set their own move-out and closing […]
  • UCHealth Greeley Hospital Exterior 2 – opening day July 22, 2019
    The emergency department at UCHealth Greeley Hospital is adjacent to the front entrance to the hospital. Courtesy UCHealth. The post UCHealth Greeley Hospital Exterior 2 – opening day appeared first on BizWest.
  • UCHealth Greeley Hospital ER Nurse Prepares on Opening Day July 22, 2019
    An emergency room nurse at UCHealth Greeley Hospital checks the schedule in the ER. Courtesy UCHealth. The post UCHealth Greeley Hospital ER Nurse Prepares on Opening Day appeared first on BizWest.
  • Vail Resorts to acquire Peak Resorts in $264M deal July 22, 2019
    BROOMFIELD — Vail Resorts Inc. (NYSE: MTN) has signed a $264 million definitive merger agreement to acquire 100 percent of the outstanding stock of Peak Resorts Inc. (NASDAQ: SKIS), based in Wildwood, Missouri, adding 17 U.S. ski areas to its portfolio. The acquisition includes a purchase price of $11 per share, subject to regulatory review […]
  • Rowdy Mermaid shifts beverage line to cans July 22, 2019
    BOULDER — Rowdy Mermaid Kombucha Inc. has launched retail availability of its new aluminum-can designs, with the goal of shifting its entire line of botanically infused kombucha to glass-free retail by September. Ten Central Market locations in Texas were the first to receive the shipment of cans in July, with expansion nationwide progressing. The new […]
  • Henning, Jaime July 19, 2019
    Jaime Henning. Courtesy Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce The post Henning, Jaime appeared first on BizWest.
 

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