Real Estate Strategies Can Help Now, more than ever, it’s imperative to evaluate your current business situation and form a strategy for weathering the storm. Since your business space is often your largest expense (or if you’re a building owner, it may be your most important asset) Trinen Realty Partners can help you form the
Insights on Industrial, Office and Retail Markets from CoStar The spread of the coronavirus has completely altered some industries and moved others to re-invent themselves. Some important highlights we see in the 3 reports: Industrial Market: A confluence of events had turned Denver into one of the most active second-tier industrial markets in the country.
Getting the best price for your commercial property is all about reaching the right buyer or tenant.
There’s a reason Trinen Realty Partners has made properties along the I-25 corridor with access to light rail a key part of their portfolio. As Bill Trinen, president and founder of TRP, says, “With Denver continuing to grow, we recognize the need for smart solutions to mounting traffic issues. We’re a big fan of light
A confluence of events has led Denver to become one of the hottest commercial real estate markets in the country. Robust demand in this regional market with a strong local economy is stemming from the growth of retail sales, employment, and industrial production in the metro area and the greater Colorado region. Read the 8/16/19
Finding a space for your business can be a time-consuming process. A tenant/buyer broker guides the process and does the work for you, making it more cost-effective. This service is at no cost to the tenant/buyer, as in most cases our fee is paid by the landlord or seller. Lease Signing/Renewal Engaging a commercial broker
The Denver industrial market ended the fourth quarter of 2018 with a vacancy rate of 4.5%. The rate was down over the previous quarter with net absorption totaling 2,647,889 sf in the fourth quarter. Read the full report here.
Check out the new and improved quarterly reports for Office, Industrial and now Multi-Family, as Trinen Partners represents all three. These new and improved reports from CoStar feature current numbers as well as much-needed forecasts to help you plan your real estate lease or purchase timing. Click to see the CoStar reports for Q1 2018
Denver Office Vacancy Rate CoStar reports that Denver Office vacancies rose slightly in the 4th quarter to 10.5%, up from 10.3% the previous quarter and matching the same percentage from Q2 at 10.5%. Rental rates averaged $26.32 per square foot per year at the end of Q4 in Denver. Read the full Office Report Denver Industrial Vacancy
According to the CoStar Report just released, office vacancy rates in Denver held steady for the third quarter with rates at 10.4%. The largest lease signings were the 333,929 sq. ft. lease by Encana Oil & Gas at 370 17th St in Downtown Denver, the 266,776 sq. ft. lease for Western Union at 7001 E.