Colorado Custom Basements? Custom is because every project is unique, it doesn’t have to mean over the top expensive. There is not a one size fits all approach to finishing basements, every project is truly customized to suit your family’s specific needs. Don’t think of completing your basement project as just “finishing a basement”, it’s creating an entire new level of your home.
In addition, we pull permits on everything we do to make sure you are fully protected. This is extremely important as times are changing, and regulations are greatly tightening up. We are Licensed and insured in 26 municipalities so not to worry, we have you covered. Also, did you know if you don’t pull a permit and then have an unfortunate problem at your house such as a fire, your homeowners’ policy is rendered void. We will not be the cause of that.
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Commercial Construction has been on the rise
Metro Denver apartment rents recovered in the third quarter after falling in the early months of the pandemic as tenants continued to fill the new supply coming onto the market, according to the latest Denver Metro Apartment Vacancy and Rent report from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business.
The average monthly rent for an apartment in metro Denver rose from $1,505.71 in the second quarter to $1,521.66 in the third, a gain of $15.95 a month. The year over year change works out to $15.30. Median rents rose from $1,1453.97 to $1,463.34 between the two quarters, which works out to a gain of $9.37 a month.
“These results negate the concern of an apartment market crashing because of COVID-19 effects, albeit certain localized situations are likely,” Ron Throupe, associate professor of real estate at the Daniels College of Business, said in the report he co-authored.
The vacancy rate for apartments decreased from 5.1% in the second quarter to 4.9% in the third. A year ago, the vacancy rate was 4.7%. A majority of counties reported decreases in the vacancy rate. The report counted 2,119 new units added, with 2,910 additional units occupied, a sign the new supply wasn’t contributing to a glut in the market.
Construction companies are moving in hords to the Denver market to capitalize on the rapid growth the commercial sector has seen.
The glass facade has topped out over at the 30-story Block 162 development. With the exception of the hoist elevator and a few holes left from the tower crane anchors, we are now able to see a mostly completed version of this all-glass building.
Let’s start with a few views of the tower from Auraria. While the smoke from the wildfires and haze in the sky does not make for great photos from a distance, you can still see that the glass on Block 162 sports a slightly more purple-hued glass when comparing it to 1401 Lawrence and 1144 Fifteenth Street. In addition, the tower adds a nice modern element to the middle of downtown which is dense with earth-toned buildings.
With its moderate climate and breathtaking scenery, Colorado attracts millions of millennials, families, and retirees. Denver provides a sophisticated metropolitan area that just happens to offer easy access to hundreds of miles of streams and rivers, world-renowned ski resorts, hiking and riding trails and camping. We understand the needs of this dynamic area and are fully prepared to partner with you on construction projects ranging from hospitals and schools to transportation, solar, and water/wastewater treatment plants — we're Denver construction professionals who work with you to ensure successful achievement of your short- and long-term strategic goals.
The most common tool that these construction companies will use is the cabinet saw which is designed to be a professional woodworking equipment.