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After a period of strong leasing activity by oil and gas firms in downtown Denver, the falling price of oil may have raised concerns that the office market would be negatively affected. However, two recent office leases support the conclusion of some experts that Denver is the top real estate market in the country. Cable giant Liberty Global leased three floors, consisting of over 70,000 square feet in the Triangle Building in Lower Downtown. In addition, financial services company Transamerica has leased over 120,000 square feet at 1801 California. These two major leases show that oil and gas is not the only game in town for the downtown office market. Hopefully, this will make Denver’s economy more robust even if there are further downturns in the price of oil.

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Chris Toll works with a variety of clients on their real estate needs in Colorado and throughout the United States. Many of these clients are involved in either existing projects or buildings that are still in the construction process. Chris spends much of
Chris Toll works with a variety of clients on their real estate needs in Colorado and throughout the United States. Many of these clients are involved in either existing projects or buildings that are still in the construction process. Chris spends much of his time leasing, purchasing and selling real estate of all types, including office, retail, and industrial properties, as well as multifamily and hotel assets, raw land. As part of his practice, Chris also negotiates joint venture agreements for ventures that will own, develop and operate real estate projects.