Financing is Flowing as Denver Grows, Particularly in Multifamily, Industrial
By Riley McDermid | Bisnow West Coast Editor
There is plenty of room for Denver to grow despite its unprecedented influx of businesses and people in recent years, experts said at Bisnow's Denver 2020 Forecast event last week.
The multifamily and industrial markets are particularly ripe for investors right now, as the city continues to attract large corporate players and the talent that comes with them.
"In my view, there's certainly more room to go in terms of multifamily, as well as industrial," Lainie Minnick, managing director, head of debt for capital markets and chief financial officer at Black Creek Group, said at the event. "Probably a little bit less room to go in terms of office."
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Minnick joined Rising Realty Partners Senior Associate John Golden and Pennybacker Capital Managing Director Pat Rippe in debating the future of Denver on Bisnow's Financing in 2020 and Access to Capital panel, moderated by Wipfli partner Damian Ederhoff.