The recently completed tenant space for Forum Investment Group in the highly anticipated 240 St. Paul class A office building in Cherry Creek was featured in Mile High CRE’s Trendy Offices!
We’re excited to unveil the completion of two of our highly anticipated tenant finish projects at 240 St. Paul – Forum Investment Group and Morenergy Exploration Co.
There were 158,906 hotel rooms under construction across the country in December 2021, a 19.2% drop from the same time in 2020. However, in that same period, there were 248,502 hotel rooms in the planning phase, representing a 38.9% increase from late 2020.
Have you made it up to the renovated LOGE Breckenridge yet? Now’s the time to check out the boutique hotel and avoid some of the ski season crowds at the larger resorts without venturing too far from the slopes.
Even as we saw a shift toward e-commerce shopping during the pandemic, brick-and-mortar retail stores still dominate in overall sales volume. As consumers are increasingly returning to the in-person shopping experience, brick-and-mortar businesses are banking on the power of experiential retail.
In keeping with our proactive approach, we at Taurus Builders are constantly on the lookout for the latest trends in construction, specifically within tenant improvement spaces. Below are a few industry trends expect to see more of as we head into 2022.
One of the many great things about Denver’s neighborhoods is the diversity of historic housing.
Taurus Builders, a Denver-based full-service commercial construction firm, is working on three tenant spaces at the highly anticipated 240 St. Paul, a six-story, 83,594-square-foot class A office building developed by BMC Investments.
Taurus Builders, a Denver-based full-service commercial construction firm, is currently in the process of renovating The Elaine, a boutique apartment community located at 1424 Pennsylvania St. in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver.
A set of market conditions, created in part by the historic run-up in development we experienced on the Front Range before 2020, have made executing a tenant improvement plan more complex.