“GSA is investing in solar power technology to not only cut operating costs but to also create jobs that will form the backbone of our nation’s 21st century economy,” Susan Damour.
“The difference between Chipotle and other fast-food restaurants is when our employees walk in, they see food,” Steve Ells, in a Wall Street Journal article.
“I know Richmond is active in a number of communities,” Jeff Whiton.
“It goes back to that old classic saying – homebuilding will help us out of the recession,” Jeff Whiton
“Our offices hire military spouses because they make dedicated, organized employees who work hard to get the job done right,” Gail Liniger.
“Tejon34 features 100-percent recycled windows, beetle kill Colorado pine timbers, reclaimed flagstone, radiant hydronic heating and a low cost, low impact innovative cooling system. Tejon34 exemplifies how re-purposed material, contemporary design and sustainability add value, quality and modern livability to an historic Denver neighborhood.”
Jeff Handlin hopes to work with the “M.D.C. folks for years to come.”
Take a quick poll at the end of this blog. The theme of this year’s Rocky Mountain Commercial Real Estate Expo and DU Fall Forecast, is simple: Real Estate Comeback. 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…
“A key contributor to FREIGHT’s overall success is its architectural significance and functional design,” Kyle Zeppelin
“Our goal should be to have consumers look at real estate agents with the same respect they give lawyers and accountants,” Lane Hornung.