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Colorado Springs Offers Advantages to Data Center Developments

co-data-thumbCreating a sustainable development has been a fundamental concept to the developers of the Vineyard Data Center Park since the land along Interstate 24 and Circle in Colorado Springs was purchased in 2005. Now, as the initial construction of the 800,000 squarefoot data center park is underway, the owners of Vineyard LLC can watch as their sustainable efforts come to fruition on the 108 acres designated for the $1 billion project.


Multifamily Housing Requires Careful Planning and Unique Tenant-Landlord Relationships

mercyhousingthumbMulti-family housing is becoming a viable alternative for many families, elderly and young adults, recently married or single, who are looking for a low-maintenance place to live that is close to work.


Woolworth Becomes the Tigalo

woolworth-thumbThe area's history as a hip and funky part of Denver with Indie venues and bars is what appealed to Fancy Tiger Clothing Owner Matthew Brown.


TOBY's: BOMA Denver Recognizes the Best in Commercial Buildings

TOBY's: BOMA Denver Recognizes the Best in Commercial BuildingsFour commercial buildings were recognized as being the best in Denver's commercial building industry with The Outstanding Building of the Year Awards for 2011.


10-Year Valley View Hospital Expansion Almost Complete

hositalityhelicopter-thumbFostering a culture that prioritizes patient comfort, dignity, empowerment and well-being was the driving force behind a 10-year, six-phase renovation and expansion plan at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs, Colo.


The Big Box Theory

bigbox-thumbAfter a rocky couple of years, big box development is on the rise, and the industrial market is improving. According to CB Richard Ellis MarketView, “Speculative construction projects are making a comeback, while availability and vacancy continue to decrease.”


Lone Peak Medical Office Building Follows Trends with Satellite Emergency Department

lonepeak-thumbLone Peak contains specialty medical campus and also houses a new development in Utah’s medical field – the first satellite emergency department in the state.


Managing Operations at Snowbird is Similar to Operating a Small City

snowbird2-thumbSnowbird Ski and Summer Resort had 202 days of skiing during the 2010/11 season – the longest ski season in the resort’s 40 years of operations.


Apartments are Sexy: Simple, Smart, Conservative

apartmentsexy-thumbApartments are sexy. Sexy is simple, smart, conservative and looking for a long term relationship. Some who read this article will immediately want to argue that statement. However, in Utah right now it would be hard to argue otherwise.


Industrial Tenant Improvements Trending Toward Energy Efficiency

professional-servicesWhile tenant improvements (TIs) on industrial properties remain focused on the functional attributes of a building, industrial occupants have broadened the definition of functional to include energy efficiency and optimal usage of space.


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