Denver is in transition in many ways.  The oil and gas business recently buoyed Denver’s commercial real estate and employment market, but now is receding.  The high tech and health care fields may be filling that void.  Foreign investment has found Denver as a market that may increase returns over coastal markets.

But there are also several infrastructure challenges facing the City and the region.  To address these challenges, there have been recent developments in the efforts to improve transportation along I-70 between I-25 and Tower Road and to revitalize the 16th Street Mall in Downtown Denver.

These topics, and a few more, will be discussed at the University of Colorado’s Real Estate Center’s 19th Annual Forum on Tuesday, March 8, 2016.

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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.