Northwest Corridor Lifestyle Key To Attracting Businesses
May 17, 2018

Northwest Corridor Lifestyle Key To Attracting Businesses

Alliance Residential Senior Vice President Carol Nelson talks major Denver expansion at Denver State of the Market on June 14. Come find out why this No. 2 multifamily developer is growing its portfolio!

Companies like Babolat, Sierra Nevada Corp. and CenturyLink are drawn to metro Denver's northwest corridor because the location allows them to offer their employees an experience and because they have access to a large talent pool between Denver and Boulder.

When technology companies make real estate decisions, the main thing they consider is the talent pool, The John Buck Co. Senior Vice President Justin Parr said.  “It's not just the building itself, it's where the building is located and what's…

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Denver Adding 10% To Apartment Inventory

Despite the number of apartment projects under construction in metro Denver, rents are still rising, albeit a bit more slowly than in years past. Still, there are some enclaves that are more affordable than others.  Submarkets like Aurora, northwest Adams…

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Gold Star Sausage Building Sells For $14.85M

Manchester Capital Management paid $14.85M for the newly renovated Gold Star Sausage Factory building at 2800 Walnut St. in Denver's River North neighborhood. The Manchester, Vermont-based firm purchased the property from Pathfinder Partners LLC, which recently completed a $7.4M renovation…

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Punch Bowl Social Earns Preservation Award

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What do well-known real estate investors do when they retire? Few are likely to have had as unique or diverse a second life as Roger Barris.

In a 30-year career he ran Merrill Lynch's European real estate investment before starting his own pan-European opportunity fund business, Peakside Capital, which managed around €1.8B of assets when he stepped back from the helm in 2015.

Since then he has tried his hand at televised espionage on the BBC, and now he has turned to politics, more specifically the U.S.' Libertarian Party.

Michigan-born Barris has moved back to the U.S, and is standing for election in Colorado's 2nd Congressional District in November. If that goes well, he fancies running for president in the 2020 election. His chances of following President Donald Trump as a second real estate…

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Crescent Communities' CEO On What The Sale Means And Why Dallas, Austin, Denver And Charlotte Should Pay Attention

When Crescent Communities was purchased by Japanese company Sumitomo Forestry America Inc., its corporate debt was paid off. So what is the Charlotte, North Carolina-based developer going to do with all the extra money, now that it doesn't have to pay interest?

“Our activity level will increase,” Crescent Communities President and CEO Todd Mansfield said. Keep your eyes open, Denver, Austin, Dallas and Charlotte: This means you.

“We'd like to be more active in Denver. We have team members in Denver and for whatever reason we've just not made investments; we've looked at a number of things and we've tried to make some investments, but the economics…

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Since the passage of the Opportunity Zone provision in January, commercial real estate developers, business owners and investors have been digging up information on how to incorporate the program into future investments and scouring the designated distressed neighborhoods for investment opportunities. 

Established by the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, the Opportunity Zone program aims to give investors an incentive to put money into an Opportunity Fund that then invests in low-income neighborhoods, according to the census, as designated by the governor of each state. 

Bisnow spoke to Manhattan Beach, California-based Kosmont Cos. CEO Larry Kosmont and Kosmont Cos. Chief Operating Officer Carolyn Petty, who have spent years working with municipalities, and Cox, Castle & Nicholson's Erik Loomis, a partner and tax attorney. They tackled some of the most-asked questions about the Opportunity Fund program and how this provision could work.

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For The First Time In 80 Years, A Ryan Is Not Part Of Ryan Cos.' Executive Leadership

Historic changes are afoot at Ryan Cos. Longtime CEO Pat Ryan is stepping down June 1 to become chairman of the company's board of directors. Brian Murray, Ryan Cos.' chief financial officer and chief operating officer since 2009, will succeed him. It is the first time in Ryan Cos.' 80-year history the company's executive masthead will not include a member of the Ryan family. To hear Murray tell it, the change is mainly a formality.

“We knew Pat would eventually transition to chair the board. We didn't know it would happen in 2018,” Murray said.

It is part of a broader push to change the makeup of Ryan Cos.

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