Another great article published in ColoradoBiz Journal on July 25, 2018 by Frank Gray. To read the article please follow the link Castle Rock's Domino Effect.
Please find below the presentation from our recent event on C-PACE Financing:
Development in Castle Rock continues to gain positive attention. Another great article about our beautiful community! To read the article published by CoStar News please follow the link Development Descends on Castle Rock
Here is the latest CoBiz Article about Castle Rock.
Congratulations to our team members who won EDCC awards this year: Economic Development Achievement Award – Kevin Tilson The Economic Development Achievement Award was presented to Kevin Tilson, Castle Rock Downtown Alliance Director. Tilson successfully integrated two separate downtown organizations into a highly effective and respected Downtown Alliance, and is currently working on a pipeline [...]
Multifamily activity is flourishing in Castle Rock with nearly $500 million in new development already underway or about to break ground in Castle Rock.
In downtown Castle Rock alone, an estimated $100 million is being invested in three projects.
Changing demographics in the intermountain West are spurring a shift in commercial real estate development, with smaller retail stores thriving near residential development. The Sonoran Institute on Thursday released an analysis of commercial development across the West, revealing a growing desire for a mix of smaller homes, stores, businesses and workspaces in a single neighborhood. [...]
The outlook for Colorado's economy — as predicted in a report Thursday from theUniversity of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business — is even better than it appeared in an upbeat CU-Boulder/Leeds report six months ago. The latest edition of CU's twice-yearly economic-outlook report says Colorado is likely to add 68,000 jobs by the end of this [...]
Denver’s Office of Economic Development (OED) has launched a new incentive program aimed at strengthening the city’s retail sector, adding jobs and increasing retail sales tax revenues for the city, Denver officials said Wednesday. The new “Retail Attraction Program,” funded initially with $200,000 approved in the 2014 city budget, provides an incentive pool for the [...]