As Southeast Suburban continues to boom, some are asking:
1) How will developers secure construction loans as banks continue to tighten their loan regulations?
2) Can the light rail expansion relieve the pressure for parking space development?
3) What will Western Union's new headquarters mean for the One Belleview Station development?
4) Will Centennial's retail resurge with new multifamily and office tenants? What are the latest retail tenants to move in?
5) Who are the next major players to break out, buy in and build up Denver's Southeast Suburban market?
The Lone Tree Arts Center is a professional, innovative and environmentally friendly, LEED Certified venue. Owned and operated by the City of Lone Tree, LTAC has created a dynamic model for the performing arts in both presenting and producing performances for all ages. LTAC is also an important meeting and event rental site for corporate, civic, private, and community arts groups. This state-of-the-art performing arts center is located near I-25 and Lincoln Avenue.
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Registration, Breakfast & Networking
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The Future of Interstate 25 Corridor!
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Major Projects: The Expansion of the Southeast
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Lone Tree Arts Center
10075 Commons Street
Lone Tree CO 80124
Parking Information: Free on-site parking lot, located at the south side of the building.
The demand for Denver is impactful in many ways: real estate has boomed, rents have risen and downtown has become dense. As Denver continues to urbanize, how will the surrounding suburban areas attract and adapt to newcomers?
The possibilities are endless. Denver's Southeast Suburbs have proven to be prime for those who want urban lifestyle in the suburban market. From light rail accessibility, to trendy restaurant openings and amenity-rich apartments, the future is big and bright for Denver's hottest submarket.
This submarket boom isn't just the word on the street, financial reports back the chitchat. According to a CBRE report, Interstate 25's office corridor has hit $25.04 / sq. ft, making rounding this to a "4.8% increase year to year."
All in all, if all stacks up, does this mean the saying, "build it and they will come" will hold true to Southeast Suburban? Find out at this year's Future of Southeast Suburban Denver. We will be diving into 2018 with an in-depth look on what's now and what's next for the Southeast's CRE market. As always, there will be plenty of opportunities to network with the best in the industry.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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