The Denver market is still 3.2 percent below its low-point, “giving us a bit of wiggle room to avoid the double dip that 11 other cities already are experiencing.” Lane Hornung.
“Obviously, he is a developer and it built it for himself, so it is going to be pretty special,” Deviree Vallejo.
“Clearly, we have hit bottom,” Ryan McMaken.
“Constant changes in policies and fees only serve to impede business and, in this case, make it more difficult to help the community conserve energy and make homeownership more affordable over the long term,” Perry Cadman.
“As a poster child for the newest generation of high performance buildings, this was a special project in many ways for Westfield, and we felt that Invesco shared our forward thinking and view of the building,” Randy Schwartz.
It’s the final chapter for six Borders in Colorado. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in writing and communications. As the Real Estate Editor for the Rocky Mountain News, he wrote about residential and commercial real estate for 26 years. He has won numerous awards for business stories and columns that he wrote, both as an…
The ACE Manufacturing and Innovation Park could create 10,000 jobs and add $7 billion to the Colorado economy.
“We very much expect this to become the norm rather than the exception in the Denver real estate market,” Brad Whitehouse
“What once was a terminal for transporting products and goods is now an interchange of ideas and creativity,” Denver Mayor Bill Vidal.
“This quarter point increase in the annual MIP is a responsible step towards meeting the Congressionally mandated 2 percent reserve threshold, while allowing FHA to remain the most cost effective mortgage insurance option for borrowers with lower incomes and lower down payments,” David H. Stevens.