Real Estate

Ibotta expands (again!) by doubling office space in downtown Denver

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 6/28 11:07A Tamara Chuang
Fast-growing shopping app Ibotta is doubling the size of its headquarters to 76,000 square feet by December, as it adds a second floor inside the 1801 California Street building. The company, which finalized the lease Wednesday, just moved into...

Denver millennials may have finally pivoted from renting to buying

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 6/28 2:15A Aldo Svaldi
Millennials in metro Denver continue to rent at a much higher rate than young adults did a decade ago, but they are buying homes at a pace above the U.S. average, according to a study from Abodo . Abodo found that only 34.2 percent of Denver-area...

Ryan Zinke calls for fewer barriers to development on public land

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 6/27 8:43P Mead Gruver
Removing bureaucratic obstacles to development on federal land can create jobs and offer hope to nearby communities, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Tuesday in hinting at long-term changes in store for federal agencies including the Interior...

Colorado to receive $36.6 million in federal payments to local governments

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 6/27 4:16P Kieran Nicholson
Colorado will receive $36.6 million in federal payments to local governments Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) funding for 2017, according to Senators Cory Gardner, R-Colo., and Michael Bennet, D-Colo. The Colorado senators announced the PILT...

City Council signs off on lease deal for Denver Post space

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 6/26 4:18P Jon Murray
The Denver City Council signed off Monday night on a lease deal that would add nearly 47,000 square feet in The Denver Post building. City government offices now are on portions of the first and seventh floors of the private office building under...

Sakura Square names development team to help reimagine downtown Denver block

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 6/20 12:57P Emilie Rusch
Sakura Square has chosen a development team that includes the Pritzker Prize-winning Japanese architect behind the Aspen Art Museum to lead the reimagining of its prime downtown block . Denver-based Nichols Partnership and Barry Hirschfeld Jr., a...

Summit County questions Vail Resorts’ commitment to workforce housing

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 6/20 4:35A Sara B. Hansen
Summit County officials are questioning Vail Resorts commitment to building workforce housing after the resort company declined to pay $150,000 to help develop the Village at Wintergreen in Keystone. Vail Resorts previously announced it had $30...
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