CAN’d_Aid_Water_Cans

By Doug Storum Ball Corp. is donating 1 million aluminum cans for CAN’d Aid Foundation’s efforts to supply clean drinking water to victims of disasters. Courtesy CAN’d Aid Foundation. The post CAN’d_Aid_Water_Cans appeared first on BizWest. Source:: BizWest… Continue Reading...

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Vancouver-based firm pays $70M for 27 buildings in Campus at Longmont

By Doug Storum LONGMONT — Balfour Pacific Capital Inc., a real estate and private-equity firm based in Vancouver, Canada, has acquired 27 commercial buildings in the Campus at Longmont for $70 million. Balfour Pacific, led by Sam Belzberg, acquired the buildings, totaling 870,000 square feet, last month from Crescent Real Estate, which has dual headquarters in Centennial and Fort Worth, Texas. Boulder-based Dean Callan & Co.’s Hunter Barto and Dryden Dunsmore are the leasing agents for Balfour Pacific. Dean Callan & Co. has a long history with the portfolio dating back to 2006, handling the leasing for previous owners Circle Capital Longmont LLC and later Goff Capital Partners LP, now known as Crescent Real Estate.… Read more

2400trade-campus.june21

By Doug Storum This building at 2400 Trade Center Ave. is among 27 commercial buildings in the Campus at Longmont acquired by Balfour Pacific Capital Inc. Courtesy Dean Callan & Co. The post 2400trade-campus.june21 appeared first on BizWest. Source:: BizWest… Continue Reading...

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Windermere Colorado opens office in Evergreen

By Doug Storum FORT COLLINS — Residential real estate brokerage Windermere Colorado, based in Fort Collins, has opened an office in Evergreen, its sixth along the Front Range. The new office will be led by John and Yvette Putt and have 15 agents. It is located off Bergen Parkway near the Hiwan Golf Club. Eric Thompson, president of Windermere Colorado, an arm of Seattle, Wash.,-based Windermere Real Estate, opened the first Windermere office in Colorado two and a half years ago in Fort Collins. He has since overseen the opening of offices in Centennial, Aurora, Littleton and Denver, all part of a five-year expansion plan in the state.… Continue Reading...

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Centennial-based firm unveils plane expected to fly at 2x speed of sound

By BizWest Staff CENTENNIAL – Boom Supersonic on Tuesday unveiled the completed design of its aircraft prototype, which the Centennial-based company said is expected to hit speeds of Mach 2.2 – 1,451 miles per hour, twice the speed of sound. The Denver Post reports that the reveal, during the International Paris Air Show, showed modifications that improve stability, aircraft performance and safety. Test flights are expected to begin in 2018. “We now have everything required to build history’s first independently developed supersonic aircraft — the funding, technical design, and manufacturing partners,” Blake Scholl, Boom’s founder and chief executive, said in a statement.… Continue Reading...

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Groundbreaking set for senior-housing project in Greeley

By Doug Storum GREELEY — Springfield, Mo.,-based Four Corners Development LLC will break ground next week on a housing complex for low-income seniors in Greeley. Peakview Trails will be a four-story, 96-unit complex at 1512 60th Ave., south of 13th Street and west of 59th Avenue. The 103,000-square-foot building will have a mix of one- and two-bedroom units. One-bedroom units will be 700 square feet and rent for $695 a month. Two-bedroom units will be 900 square feet and rent for $893 per month. The Greeley-Weld Housing Authority will serve as property manager.… Continue Reading...

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peakview trails

By Doug Storum An architectural rendering shows Peakview Trails, a senior-housing apartment complex that will be constructed in Greeley by Four Corners Development LLC based in Springfield, Mo. Courtesy Baron Design. The post peakview trails appeared first on BizWest. Source:: BizWest… Continue Reading...

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Park Hill retail strip lands $10M renovation, restaurant tenants

By BizWest Staff DENVER – Developers Todd Snyder and Rick Firmine plan to start construction on the renovation of Oneida Park, a retail strip on both sides of Oneida Street between East 22nd and 23rd avenues in the Park Hill neighborhood of Denver. Business Den reports that new courtyard, new tenants and a $10 million face-lift, a pair of developers hope to turn a 1950s retail strip in Park Hill into a shopping destination to rival Old South Pearl and Old South Gaylord. The developers have signed two restaurant tenants to anchor a courtyard slated for the west side of the shopping center: an ice cream concept by the owners of Little Man Ice Cream and a second…

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State mandates stall on $330M tourism plan

By [email protected] Adventure park, resort, film school projects remain unrealized 18 months after announcement. Source:: Colorado Business… Continue Reading...

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