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(5 days ago) Colorado Real Estate Journal is Colorado's ONLY commercial real estate newspaper and is published twice monthly. Each issue includes 80+ pages of the latest news on Colorado's vibrant commercial real estate market, published 24 times a year; sections on Greater Denver, Boulder County/U.S. 36 Corridor; Larimer & Weld Counties; Colorado Springs; Western Slope; professional sections, including

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(5 days ago) 800 viewers anticipated. 4 hours of real estate continuing education credit have been approved. The conference will be shot and broadcast like a television show. We have engaged a high-quality camera crew who are masters in livestream technology. The event will be amazing, and give viewers an experience well beyond the typical Zoom webinar.

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Shifting realities of real estate purchase and sale

(4 days ago) The real estate industry is no exception. Shelter-at-home orders, issued by federal and local governments, have caused cascading effects that interrupt normal business operations. Purchasers and sellers with active real estate transactions are questioning who shoulders the burden of these tumultuous times.

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How Section 199A applies to real estate professionals

(6 days ago) Real estate agents, brokers or property managers, for example, are several service-based trades or businesses in which the principal asset is reliant on the skill of its employees or owners. Are these professions then considered SSTBs, which are consequently ineligible for the qualified business income calculation? Fortunately, Section 199A

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California-based MIG Real Estate to develop The Clarkson

(9 days ago) A national investment real estate company launched its $100 million equity investment fund with its purchase of an Englewood site where its planning The Clarkson, a market-rate multifamily development. Newport Beach, California based MIG Real Estate LLC paid $3.4 million to a private seller for the 1.04-acre site at South Clarkson Street and East Jefferson […]

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An overview of due diligence for land development

(2 days ago) On the industrial and residential real estate development front, it was so quiet you could hear crickets chirping outside. I went in one day to my office (narrowly avoiding a ticket, zooming through the “speed trap” that is now Interstate 25 at 8 a.m. on a weekday morning) only to see a couple of lonesome tumbleweeds rolling down the hall.

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How do today’s increasing cap rates impact real estate

(3 days ago) To value commercial real estate you can look at what comparable properties are selling for and calculate the net operating income to determine the value. The income approach is critical to the valuation of a property. The basic calculation of NOI is revenues minus expenses, excluding mortgage/interest payments.

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Elitch redevelopment to change Denver – but before the

(9 days ago) The River Mile is a mixed-use development and one of the first in Denver to offer true riverfront real estate. With no height restrictions, the rezoning also opened the door for The River Mile to build some of the tallest towers in the city, meaning it has potential to greatly influence not only the live-play sectors of retail and multifamily

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Rooted in industrial, Great Western park will branch out

(8 days ago) Broe Real Estate Group has been working with the town for many months on master planning the park, something Shanley noted will evolve over time, as well as pre-platting so that sites are ready for users. “If a customer comes in and you can’t deliver a parcel or a facility on their timeline, they’ll go look elsewhere,” he said.

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CoBank Center sells for $120M

(1 days ago) A global investor acquired a Greenwood Village office asset for $120 million. Sentinel Real Estate Corp. purchased the CoBank Center, the 274,287-square-foot office tower at 6340 S. Fiddlers Green Circle, from seller Samsung SRA and GLL Real Estate Partners. Tim Richey, Charley Will, Jenny Knowlton, Chad Flynn and Jeff Shell of CBRE represented the seller.

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Halt to C-PACE funding is crippling to real estate

(2 days ago) Halt to C-PACE funding is crippling to real estate industry. The recent decision by Douglas County commissioners to opt out of the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program should put the entire Colorado commercial real estate industry on high alert. The program, which serves as a financing tool that enables low-cost, long-term funding

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Jill Jamieson-Nichols, Editor

(9 days ago) Jill Jamieson-Nichols. Jill Jamieson-Nichols has been an Editor with the Colorado Real Estate Journal for more than 15 years, providing coverage of office, industrial, hospitality and mixed-use development news in the Denver metro area, plus all property types in Northern Colorado, Boulder County and along the Highway 36 corridor.

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Colorado Real Estate Journal

(2 days ago) Illinois-based Inland Real Estate Group purchased the Class A, 151,668-square-foot distribution facility on more than 19 acres at 900 E. 128th Ave. in Thornton as a long-term hold. The Opus Group, a full-service development, design and construction real estate firm …

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Commercial real estate ‘icon’ Winn moves on to next

(Just Now) Name any commercial real estate trophy asset in Denver, and Mike Winn has probably sold it at least once, and perhaps three or four times. Winn and partner Tim Richey, vice chairmen with CBRE Capital Markets, completed more than $21 billion in office and retail transactions over the last 30 years. They also fostered others’ […]

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Colorado Commercial Real Estate Archives

(8 days ago) Lincoln Property Co., in partnership with a private real estate fund advised by Crow Holdings Capital, has broken ground on a 594,400 square foot speculative industrial development in Commerce City. Ascent Commerce Center is a Class A warehouse/distribution center on a …

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Best practices for this year’s CAM reconciliation process

(9 days ago) Best practices for this year’s CAM reconciliation process. This is the time of year for resolutions, for planning and for, many of us in commercial real estate, common area maintenance reconciliations. CAM (operating expense) reconciliation is a simple principle: Add up all of the operating expenses the building has incurred throughout the

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Commercial Real Estate Archives

(9 days ago) More than two years ago, addressing 550 real estate experts attending a Colorado Real Estate Journal multifamily conference, Marcel Arsenault predicted the next recession in the United States would take place in 2019. Arsenault, chairman, CEO and founder of Real Capital Solutions, correctly predicted the Great Recession.

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Market Statistics Archives

(4 days ago) Northern Colorado lease rates on the rise. CBRE: The first half of the year sees rising lease rates in Northern Colorado's office and industrial sectors, while retail development flourishes Rising lease rates was a common theme across all of Northern Colorado’s commercial real estate sectors, according to CBRE’snewly released first half of 2018 MarketView reports.

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Cigna to establish regional headquarters at Colorado

(2 days ago) ASB Real Estate Investments and Lincoln Property developed the 227,000-sf Tower 3, which was completed last summer. Law firm Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart also will be a tenant in the building, occupying 19,900 sf. The eight-story, LEED Silver building sits above a six-story garage podium with ground floor retail space.

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Denver CRE market in 2020: Where do we go from here

(3 days ago) By CREJ February 21, 2020. Around 6 million square feet of industrial space will be delivered this year. Steig Seward. Vice president, client services and analytics, Colliers International. “Lower for longer” and “growing but slowing” have been used to describe the direction of the economy and commercial real estate market in 2020.

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Impact of the 2018 tax laws on real estate owners

(2 days ago) The interest limit, and the real estate election, applies at the entity level. The new tax law continues the current depreciation rules for real estate. However, property owners opting to use the real estate exception to the interest limit must depreciate real property under slightly longer recovery periods of 40 years for nonresidential

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Headline News Archives

(6 days ago) A national real estate investment trust leased a full floor at a Denver Tech Center office property and will relocate its headquarters to the space next year. Healthpeak will occupy the eighth floor, approximately 32,000 square feet, of 50Fifty DTC, the 192,351-sf, Class A office building at 5050 S. Syracuse St. Jason Sheehy of Transwestern […]

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Rapidly increasing tax assessments hit real estate

(3 days ago) Rapidly increasing tax assessments hit real estate. As property values throughout Colorado continue to soar, property taxes now are higher than ever. Commercial property in Denver is taxed at a 29% assessment rate, multiplied by the mill levy. Because of the 1982 Gallagher Amendment, commercial property taxes are fixed at this rate and must

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2020 election: 1031 exchange on the chopping block

(2 days ago) Commercial real estate could become even less liquid, and the market could become inefficient. The effects of this could be lower demand and plummeting property values, essentially decreasing property taxes and revenue for local government. The slowdown could affect commercial real estate brokers, architects, civil engineers, attorneys

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Colorado Springs: Investors' market of choice

(3 days ago) The current regional median is a whopping 20 percent higher than it was in April 2015, so the higher regional salary is a relatively recent phenomena. The healthy job growth and concomitant salary increases have large implications for all residential real estate, including multifamily. Fort Carson.

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TriGate to invest in newly acquired Plaza at Inverness

(7 days ago) The Plaza at Inverness is located at 383 and 385 Inverness Parkway in Englewood. A Dallas-based real estate investment manager plans to update a two-building office asset in Inverness Business Park after acquiring the Class A property for $15.13 million, or $125.86 per square foot. The 120,171-sf Plaza at Inverness is TriGate Capital’s first

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New Warranty of Habitability law includes many changes

(7 days ago) New Warranty of Habitability law includes many changes. By CREJ July 20, 2019. Zoë Fedde. Law clerk, Robinson & Henry. 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.

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New decade brings more changes for asset managers

(2 days ago) If you are involved in commercial real estate, embracing change is now a requirement. If you want to be a leader in change, look into all of the benefits of joining the Denver Metro BOMA. BOMA is the primary commercial real estate association advocating for, and focusing on, protecting our industry and property owners’ assets across Colorado.

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DMCAR honors Heavy Hitters

(9 days ago) DMCAR honors Heavy Hitters. By John Rebchook March 10, 2016. The Denver Metropolitan Commercial Association of Realtors recently honored its top commercial real estate producers of 2015 in land, industrial, multi-family, office, investment, retail, and small office broker categories at the association’s annual Heavy Hitters Awards.

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A look at Denver’s life science and MOB availability

(4 days ago) As the Denver metropolitan statistical area real estate market heats up, so goes the medical office building market and the life science market. For the last few years, Denver has been one of the hottest real estate markets and fastest-growing economies in the nation.

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Tertiary markets see influx of investment activity

(3 days ago) Tertiary markets commanded an all-time high 26.2% of total multihousing market share in 2019. These markets, on average, offer cap rates 119 basis points above major metro areas and 54 basis points above secondary markets, which, paired with cheap debt, has caught the interest of investors across the spectrum. Chris White.

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