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.
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It’s no secret that rental rates in Denver are sky-high, and the multi-family apartment industry is booming. According to one study, 7,749 multi-family residential units have come online in the downtown area alone since the start of 2010, and an additional 5,039 units are currently under construction.
Continue Reading Denver Apartment Rents Still Rising, but Move-In Incentives Soar

On November 16, 2015, the Denver City Council unanimously approved the first reading of Mayor Hancock’s construction defect ordinance that we wrote about last month.
Continue Reading Mayor Hancock’s Construction Defect Ordinance Passes Important Hurdle