Yuan for Dollars, Dollars for Yuan: Investment Between the USA and China

When considering ways for expanding and enriching cooperation between the world’s two largest economies, many people and businesses first begin by asking, “What tools and resources are available?” Indeed, some of this column’s past topics have focused on educational exchange, tourism, and understanding differences in culture. This month’s article will take a closer look at […]

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Real Estate and Development on the Rise in Denver South

The Denver South corridor is proven to provide an extensive inventory of both commercial and residential real estate for those looking to call the area home. The Denver South real estate market provides a wide choice of options from pristine office parks, green space to build on, flex space and industrial space on the corporate side to convenient apartment living on the light rail line, existing housing developments nestled among some of the best school districts in the country, and a diverse blend of new homes.

A Great 2016 on the Horizon for Denver South

2015 was an epic year of growth along the Denver South corridor. We continue to create one of the best global business environments to inspire ongoing public / private collaboration for the continuous improvement of the Denver South economic region. Denver South also continues to be a dynamic business corridor with over 200,000 employees (and growing each day), over 45 million square feet of office space, and 6 of the 9 Fortune 500 companies that are located in Colorado.

Debut of the “What is Economic Development” blog

Economic development can mean many things and as a result it has caused confusion about what economic development organizations actually do. We have realized through the content development on our new website that we, as economic development professionals, were making too many assumptions that the average business professional has an understanding of what it is that we do. We have since begun to recreate our website content with the intent to inform while avoiding the pitfalls of over utilizing economic development terminology.