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Old Posted Feb 8, 2018, 1:22 AM
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Brookfield Properties has never developed a property in Denver- only enhancing already-built developments. They have proposed a couple, but ended up getting cold feet. After this, and what sounds like a forthcoming acquisition of Forest City, they'll have interests in two large-scale redevelopments in Denver. It will be interesting to see what they will do with skin in the game much earlier in the real estate development process.
I don't recall their looking at developing in Denver; in fact I don't recall their being much of a developer although they may be the lead investor in projects. In any case it looks like Brookfield is now interested in being involved directly in development so why not buy a couple of companies that do? Looking down through the Google feeds it looks like they offered to buy the 2/3rds of GGP (formerly General Growth Properties) a yuge shopping center owner. Wonder if they're not looking more at future redevelopment potential? GGP has struggled for years.
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I don't recall their looking at developing in Denver; in fact I don't recall their being much of a developer although they may be the lead investor in projects. In any case it looks like Brookfield is now interested in being involved directly in development so why not buy a couple of companies that do? Looking down through the Google feeds it looks like they offered to buy the 2/3rds of GGP (formerly General Growth Properties) a yuge shopping center owner. Wonder if they're not looking more at future redevelopment potential? GGP has struggled for years.
Yep, they’ve done quite a bit prior to these acquisitions.
https://www.brookfieldproperties.com/development/

In Denver they marketed a 40-story-ish project behind the Pavillions prior to the Great Recession. Old Brochure
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http://www.elevation.net/portfolio/260-n-josephine/

The rug merchant that occupied this spot just moved out.
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The rug merchant that occupied this spot just moved out.





What a great infill building. Really suits the neighborhood and is a great addition to the Josephine streetscape.
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What a great infill building. Really suits the neighborhood and is a great addition to the Josephine streetscape.
Wow that is nice. So the nail salon at 3rd & Columbine isn't part of this development?
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More details coming out on the redevelopment effort on Cherry Creek Mall East Side. The Container Store moves to the east side, as does Macy's furniture.

https://businessden.com/2018/03/14/m...ry-creek-mall/

The bigger news is the obvious effort to free up the huge west side of the mall for redevelopment. The table is now set for redevelopment. There was a rumor a few months ago about high-end condo/hotel development on the west side with Four Seasons opening its second location in Denver.

In February, the Denver Post had the following from Taubman, the CC Mall developer:

The future of building is more uncertain on the opposite side of the center that most recently housed a Bed, Bath & Beyond.

“That is part of a larger program for us to understand really what we want to do with the entire west end (of the shopping center),” Taubman said. “I think there is an opportunity to densify the west end. We need to understand what that means right now.”


Have to wonder whether a major redevelopment announcement is coming soon. Will be interesting to follow!

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More details coming out on the redevelopment effort on Cherry Creek Mall East Side. The Container Store moves the East Side, as does Macy's Furniture.

https://businessden.com/2018/03/14/m...ry-creek-mall/

The bigger news is the obvious effort to free up the huge west side of the mall for redevelopment. The table is now set for redevelopment. There was a rumor a few months ago about high-end condo/hotel development on the west side with Four Seasons opening its second location in Denver.

In February, the Denver Post had the following from Taubman, the CC Mall developer:

The future of building is more uncertain on the opposite side of the center that most recently housed a Bed, Bath & Beyond.

“That is part of a larger program for us to understand really what we want to do with the entire west end (of the shopping center),” Taubman said. “I think there is an opportunity to densify the west end. We need to understand what that means right now.”


Have to wonder whether a major redevelopment announcement is coming soon. Will be interesting to follow!
Definitely read "Macy's Furniture Gallery" as "Macy's" and was very confused about it moving from the "west side".

But I'm very excited to see what's in store on that side and to see all that parking potentially get repurposed.
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What a great infill building. Really suits the neighborhood and is a great addition to the Josephine streetscape.
http://www.elevation.net/portfolio/260-n-josephine/

Update: Corner rug store torn down and site cleared, fenced, and prep/digging for three levels of below-ground parking ongoing.
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