Every industry dealt with setbacks in 2020, but the arts industry is among the hardest hit across the country, with an estimated 2.7 million jobs and $150 billion in sales of goods and services lost nationwide as a result of the pandemic, according to a study by the Brookings Institution.
A new report from JLL lists our two favorite markets – Denver and Austin – as “rising star” cities, meaning that they’re becoming even more attractive for investment and competing with larger markets like New York, San Francisco and Chicago for coveted corporate relocations, international spending and talented workers.
After years of discussion and planning, the 16th Street Mall, which in many ways serves as the spine for Denver’s central business district, is poised for a much-needed renovation.
Since the day English scientist Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web in 1989, the way our world communicates was changed forever. Searching for and finding information has never been easier, with an estimated 2 trillion searches on Google across the globe per year.
The communications landscape changes fast, with new social media and content formats popping up all the time alongside the tried-and-true media platforms like newspapers and broadcast television.
Before 2020, co-working seemed like it was on an unstoppable rise in metropolitan areas, poised to rival traditional office space leasing and causing many companies to rethink their approach to offices.
March brings with it the promise of spring (even if it’s often our snowiest month here in Colorado), a break from school for kids, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and longer days for us to get out and enjoy our home state.
In tech, “early adopters” are those who latch on to new technologies and learn how to capitalize on their benefits, pioneering concepts and gadgets for the rest of the world.
“Density” is a common enough word in the general American vernacular, but in commercial real estate, the concept has become contentious over the years.
Last summer, as protests took place in Denver and in cities across the U.S., we at SideCar voiced our support for Black communities and the Black Lives Matter movement, along with many other individuals and businesses.