Denver’s Market is Hot

 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

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Do You Need Tenant/Buyer Representation?

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

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Reports…Now with Forecasts!

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

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Q4 2017 Office Vacancies Rise, Industrial Holds

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

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Q3 2017 Steady for Office Rates

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.

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Q2 2017 Office & Industrial Market Reports

Office Report According to CoStar, the second quarter vacancy rate held nearly steady, with a slight increase from 10.1% to 10.4% over the previous quarter. Vacant sublease space increased to 1,850,094 square feet. Rental rates were also up, ending at $25.84 per square feet. Fourteen new buildings were added to the market, totaling 886,365 sq

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Q1 2017 Office & Industrial Market Reports

According to CoStar, the vacancy rate for the office market in Denver rose to 10.1% in Q1, which was up over the previous quarter. Sublease space increased as well. Rental rates were at $25.54, an increase over the fourth quarter of 2016. The largest lease signings  in 2017 included the 333,929 sf lease signed by Encana Oil & Gas Inc.

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