Denver Housing Authority anticipates kicking off construction in Sun Valley later this year.
41.9 percent of overall office square footage in the Denver market is certified green, according to a new report from CBRE and Maastricht University.
Marijuana facilities in the Denver metro area only make up 2.9 percent of the total warehouse inventory, but they have driven up prices.
Brooklyn Boulders settles into Denver office as climbing competition Earth Treks, Movement plan to open gyms nearby
Though its corporate office is growing, Brooklyn Boulders doesn't yet have a grip on where it plans to put its first Denver-area gym.
Denver's outlying communities are helping suburban offices nationwide be almost as full as they were before the Great Recession, a new report shows.
United Properties' Denver arm recently signed its first tenant for the upcoming Interpark industrial park in Broomfield.
Armstrong Capital Development "aggressively pursued" the property because its location fronting Colorado Boulevard where more than 75,000 vehicles travel each day.
Businesses are getting pushed out of Denver as the city buys land for the National Western expansion
"We could not compete in the local Denver market with the weed guys."
A new report shows Denver is of best-positioned places for the rising uptick in restaurant spending.
16th Street Mall's tenant mix is partly intentional and partly driven by who can pay rent in one of Denver's most expensive areas.
Denver-based Service Systems Associates is relocating to Northfield ahead of redevelopment at the National Western Complex.
Developers are racing to add workplaces, shopping sites and warehouses to the Denver area.