Commercial Projects Continue to Move Forward

Dated: 05/17/2019

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Commercial projects continue to move forward

Commercially Speaking

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The commercial real estate market moves at a slower pace than the residential market, as projects tend to have larger price tags, with more complicated lending, more complicated planning and design and longer construction phases. Some commercial projects involve multiple end users, as well.

There are several large commercial projects in various stages of construction in Grand Junction that are continuing to move forward, with some that will soon be ready for the more exciting, visible phases of construction with buildings emerging out of the ground.

At Riverfront at Las Colonias, Bonsai Design is finished with the planning and zoning of its 20,000 square foot building, which will be built just north of the also-new Butterfly Lake at Las Colonias, and hopes to break ground soon. The company designs and manufactures ziplines and other challenge course structures. It will use part of the building, and will have about 14,000 square feet of space available to other tenants.

Read more about commercial real estate in Grand Junction here. 

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