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How Brick and Mortar Stores Boost Online Sales

When a company decides to open a brick and mortar store through a commercial real estate firm, there are a lot of calculations that go into that, everything from the costs of construction to inventory and staffing. But one thing…

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How Are You Building to Draw Diverse Crowds?

When commercial real estate firms work with civil engineering firms to plan a new project, there are numerous criteria to be considered, from site selection and planning to construction and development. But what about the people who will use the…

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Local Governments: We’re Setting Rents in Colorado

Local governments may soon be empowered to influence rents in Colorado, threatening both the state’s recent population growth and job prospects for building professions. A bill introduced during the Spring of 2019, Senate Bill 19-225, called “The Rent Stabilization Act”,…

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How to Attract and Keep Tenants

In its most basic form, you run a business. You provide a service to your tenants. So they’re more than tenants, they’re actually your clients. And that elevates the relationship beyond them writing you a check every month and you…

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What are Opportunity Zones and How Do They Work?

Opportunity zones are perhaps the most exciting thing related to civil engineering to come out of the major federal tax cuts and jobs legislation passed in 2017. Their purpose is to foster long-term investment in economically distressed communities in Denver…

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How Gen Z is Changing Commercial Real Estate

As every generation arrives at adulthood, they bring with them an overarching shift in culture and lifestyle. As Gen Z looms ever larger in American life, the changes they bring in the realm of commercial real estate may seem subtle…

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