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Matt Brower

Matt Brower
Matt Brower co-founded Column Commercial Partners in late 2011. Prior to that he served as a leader in the Tenant Advisory Group and Education Practice Group at Grubb & Ellis Company, and was there for over 9 years. Since his launch in the industry he has been involved in leasing and sales transactions with a value totaling in excess of $150 million.

Recent Posts

September 2017 Photo Contest

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 19, 2017 5:10:00 PM / by Matt Brower posted in Photo Contest, Metro Denver, Commercial Real Estate

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Know where this was taken?

(Hint: Where the river meets the road, and the raven crows.)

Choice of a bottle of wine or a $25 gift certificate to a local coffee house will go to the first person who can correctly identify the LOCATION of this image.

Send an email with your guess to jfraizer@columncommercial.com or simply click on the button below!

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Rethink Residential: Why Commercial Brokerage is Your Next Step

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 31, 2017 10:58:05 AM / by Matt Brower posted in Metro Denver, Commercial Real Estate, Working at Column Commercial Partners

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The commercial real estate industry is evolving, and we’re developing a new breed of tenant broker representatives with a holistic perspective of real estate in Metro Denver. The skills you’ve developed as a residential real estate agent translate perfectly into what we’re creating at Column Commercial Partners, where we place an emphasis on building meaningful client relationships and creating a service model that goes beyond the transaction.

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How to Spot a Bad Deal Before It Impacts Your Business

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 12, 2017 4:41:15 PM / by Matt Brower posted in Metro Denver, Commercial Real Estate, New Tenant Series, Avoiding Mistakes

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Welcome back to our ongoing series dedicated to helping you avoid some of the most common commercial real estate pitfalls. 

In this post, we give you four things to watch out for in order to avoid getting stuck with a bad deal on your next lease. 

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Introducing the New CCP Online Resources Library and Fast Answers Video Series

[fa icon="calendar'] May 16, 2017 3:14:01 PM / by Matt Brower posted in Metro Denver, Commercial Real Estate, Value Delivery, CCP Online Resources Library

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Several weeks ago, we told you that some important improvements were coming to our website as part of our efforts to deliver value above and beyond the commercial real estate status quo. 

Today I’m proud to announce that one of the biggest of those improvements, our new Online Resources Library, is now live.

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More Than Just a Real Estate Firm, Your Partner for Business Success in Metro Denver

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 12, 2017 2:01:43 PM / by Matt Brower posted in Metro Denver, Commercial Real Estate, Expansion, Relocation, Trends, Value Delivery

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I’ve had the pleasure of living and working in the Metro Denver commercial real estate market for more than 14 years, and over those years I’ve collaborated closely with hundreds of successful Colorado business leaders. 

Those relationships continue to confirm that a company’s commercial real estate (CRE) strategy can act as a critical driver of their overall business success and growth. The right space can enable a company to attract the best talent, grow a healthy employee culture, increase overall efficiency and productivity, and much more. 

One of the most important things I’ve also learned as the Denver market has evolved is that just providing great CRE advice is no longer enough.

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February 2017 Photo Contest

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 23, 2017 9:59:34 AM / by Matt Brower posted in Photo Contest, Metro Denver, Commercial Real Estate

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Know where this was taken?

(Hint: Would you like fresh Basel on your pizza?)

A prize will go to the first person who can correctly identify the LOCATION of this image. Send an e-mail with your guess to social@columncommercial.com or simply click on the button below!

Submit My Guess

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Six Tips for Keeping Costs Down on Your Next Office Move

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 9, 2017 9:06:10 AM / by Matt Brower posted in Metro Denver, Commercial Real Estate, Expansion, Research, Taxes, Rental Rates, Relocation, ROI, Negotiation Strategies, Operating Expenses, Cost-Efficiency, Landlord Concesssions, Lease Terms, Ideal Square Footage, Tenant Representative Broker

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2017 is looking to be another strong year for Metro Denver and Colorado business. 

Citing the annual Colorado Business Outlook published by the University of Colorado Boulder, the Denver Post recently confirmed that Colorado should rank among the top 10 states for job growth for a sixth year in a row. 

Unfortunately, with success can come higher office and operational costs. If you’re a CEO or business leader either considering renewing or extending your lease, or planning an expansion or relocation in Metro Denver, here’s 6 tips to help keep your costs down.

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Planning an Office Move in Metro Denver?  Here are 4 Trends to Watch.

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 11, 2017 8:37:52 AM / by Matt Brower posted in Metro Denver, Commercial Real Estate, Expansion, Research, Taxes, Rental Rates, Open Office, Hybrid Office, Relocation, Trends, Construction Levels, Pre-Leasing, Space Programming

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It’s no secret that the Metro Denver business economy is booming, and the commercial real-estate market is booming right along with it. 

If you’re the CEO or leader of a Colorado company that’s considering a move or expansion in Metro Denver, the region’s growing success has a lot of pluses. There are new buildings under construction across the city, and the workforce is continuing to strengthen and grow. 

However, with this positive momentum also comes an increasingly complex leasing and negotiating environment. To help you get the most out of your research, here are four key trends we’re seeing either emerging or continuing in 2017 that you should consider as you plan.  

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