Middle Creek Village

Coughlin recognized the acute need for year-round workforce housing in Vail, Colorado and the difficulty in delivering an affordable product given the scarcity and cost of appropriate sites.

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Mercantile Square

Once home to a bustling railroad, warehouse and sales depot, Denver’s “skid row” in Lower Downtown Denver sat empty in the early 1990s and was deteriorating with dozens of vacant historic brick and heavy timber buildings.

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Monaco Lakes

Coughlin & Company identified a well-maintained apartment community with attractive grounds and abundant community amenities in a strong Denver sub-market, but with in-place rental rates that lagged its competition and potential.

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Copper Chase

Coughlin & Company identified an apartment community with attractive grounds and abundant community amenities in an outstanding location, directly adjacent to the largest shopping complex is Southwest Colorado Springs, but with in-place rental rates that lagged its potential.

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Rampart Campus

This recently closed Air Force base features outstanding and unique historic structures and terrific infill demographics, but years of neglect and disrepair leave them uninhabitable.

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1375 High Street

Central Denver offers all the culture, entertainment, transportation and services that any Senior would want, but very few service-rich communities to call home.

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Justice Plaza

Once a rural suburb of Denver, the Town of Brighton emerges as a thriving bedroom community with thousands of new homes and families but no new office buildings to serve the growing population.

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Smoky Hill Health Plaza

In a suburban Denver neighborhood, medical and dental practices have few options to own quality space that provides visibility and convenience to the surrounding neighborhoods.

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One Sherman Place

Looking for its own new corporate headquarters, Coughlin & Company sought to stay in downtown Denver, but wanted to own its own space rather than rent.

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