November 29, 2017
Urban Land Conservancy
JRES welcomes the Urban Land Conservancy as a sponsor of our newsletters. ULC’s mission is to intervene in the real estate marketplace in underserved, at-risk neighborhoods to acquire, develop and preserve physical assets that would be lost to the market or otherwise not be available. ULC’s vision is that the region’s underserved at-risk populations be able to live and thrive within vibrant diverse neighborhoods, and that all neighborhoods will have the physical assets and resources necessary for individuals to enjoy a high quality of life including affordable housing, transportation, office space for nonprofits, childcare, job training, good schools, health care and other support services.
JRES also welcomes Housing Colorado as a sponsor of our newsletters. Housing Colorado is a statewide, multi-sector membership association for affordable housing professionals. We are recognized throughout Colorado as a valuable resource, providing important information, education, advocacy, and networking services.
Join Urban Land Institute Colorado for our annual year-end program and holiday celebration! Registration is available for the whole program, or just the party, but we’re betting this is one line-up you won’t want to miss… see more information and register on ULI’s website!
When: Thursday, December 14, 3 – 8pm
Where: McNichols Building, 144 W Colfax Ave, Denver
Thirty years ago, Mayor Federico Peña launched his “Imagine a Great City” campaign proposing 16 major improvements. Denver was then in the doldrums of economic depression, population loss, and razing of historic buildings. Today, from light rail to DIA, most of Pena’s visions have become real. Booming Denver is now a model for urban regeneration. What are the next wave of new plans and ideas shaping the next gen of our city and region? And how will they grapple with the growing pains of success, including gentrification and congestion?
Real Estate Perspective
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Each business day the JRES staff reviews all Denver metro area wide and local newspapers, trade journals, government websites, blogs and other sources for commercial and residential real estate and economic news. News items are condensed into easily readable summaries providing all of the essential facts for the Real Estate Perspective newsletter. Real Estate Perspective is provided alongside Cherry Creek Perspective which provides quick and easy monthly access to current metro area mobility, and southeast Denver real estate and economic information. And Apartment Perspective, provides a detailed update of Denver metro area apartment rental, vacancy and development/construction activity including proposed projects. A searchable library of all of the JRES newsletters content is available at:
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