Boulder, Colorado We want to invite Boulder landlords and commercial tenants to a Q & A meeting on Tuesday –  April 14th, 2020 11am – 12pm.  This will be a Zoom meeting.  Please see the information below to join the Zoom meeting. The Colorado Group, Inc. – Audrey Berne, Scott Crabtree, Neil Littmann & Scott Reichenberg will present the […]

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Like many industries, the commercial real estate market took a hard uppercut to the jaw, followed by a Mike Tyson like blow to the body.  There is no doubt that the effects will last for a long time, and recovery will be painful for both tenants and landlords. To date, the hardest hit segment in the […]

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By Lucas High — March 31, 2020 April 1 marks the first time businesses will have to pay their rent since the coronavirus crisis shut down large portions of the economy across Northern Colorado and the Boulder Valley, forcing tenants and their landlords to seek creative solutions that allow both parties to remain viable. Solutions […]

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Imagine taking a deep breath and going ‘ALL IN’ on an idea too large to really wrap your head around and small enough that makes life easier all at the same time. Jeremy and Adriana Nelson did just that with Roll Recovery! “Our mission was to create exceptionally designed, functional tools, unlike anything on the […]

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By Vicky Dorvee Editorial@LHVC.com According to the 2019 Colorado Business Economic Outlook, published annually by the CU Leeds School of Business, Boulder County’s economy is robust and growing, outpacing state and national statistics. This fact reaffirms the tenor of upbeat local leasing experts. The Niwot and Gunbarrel commercial leasing environment continue to be very strong. […]

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According to Christian Smith of The Colorado Group, Inc., “Our analysis of this property presented a case for a unique and alternative investment specifically to our out of market investor pool.”

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By Shay Castle Daily Camera Staff Writer Peter Vegas doesn’t care for food trends. He bypassed kale. Quinoa never impressed him. And Paleo? Please. The Harvard Business grad has made his… livelihood on a dietary staple for millions: Rice, the grain so ubiquitous it has its own Wikipedia-style website, ricepedia.org. “People have been eating it for thousands […]

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