Clarion Associates is a multi-disciplinary land-use consulting firm with projects around the country. They have four offices in the US, one being right here in Denver. CCP recently represented them with their new office lease/relocation to Hudson's Bay at 1600 Stout Street, Denver. Their brand new space has a view that is unbeatable, with a sleek and contemporary touch. Congratulations, Clarion, on your new office space!
CCP recently represented Survival Frog, a local company that sources survival and preparedness gear. CCP helped Survival Frog to sublease its space at 2488 W. 2nd Avenue, Denver, as they recently partnered with a 3PL company. The flex space Survival Frog occupied for several years is 12,120 SF of warehouse and office space. After implementing an aggressive marketing campaign to the tenants in the immediate area and to the brokerage community, CCP identified several companies that expressed interest in the space. Ultimately, there were two potential tenants vying for the space and Survival Frog chose to move forward using the final deal terms with Sonder USA, a company that creates modern stay accommodations around the country, as an alternative to renting a hotel room or Airbnb.
Column Commercial Partners, in partnership with CBIZ Gibraltar out of Chicago, recently represented Mentice with their new office lease at the Park Place Building, in the Denver Tech Center! Mentice develops virtual reality tools to simulate medical training and solutions for medical professionals around the world. Their technology increases the safety of surgical procedures and improves the outcomes for patients.
We have a great office sublease available at Vibe Art District, 1391 Speer Boulevard, Denver! Actually, two contiguous spaces.... Lease one or both. 1,709 square feet, 5,997 square feet or both for a total of 7,706 SF. See details below and download our brochure. Contact us to set up a tour!
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.
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.
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.