Thomas Gounley

Thomas covers commercial real estate, development and law. He is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire and previously worked as a business reporter at the Springfield News-Leader. Email him at

Project Snapshot: Zia Sunnyside

We checked in on construction of the project combining apartments and condos, which has secured a retail tenant.

The Pipeline: Commercial real estate deals for 11.8.19

CBRE reports the following deal: Bethesda, Maryland-based ASB Investment Management purchased three fully leased industrial properties totaling 633,193 square feet — located at 22100 E. 26th Ave. in Aurora, 9410 Heinz Way in Commerce City and 18300 E 28th Ave. in Aurora — for $72 million from New York-based Link Industrial. Jim Bolt, Tyler Carner… Read more »

Developers behind proposed 10-story office project along Brighton buy site

The developers behind a proposed 10-story office building along Brighton Boulevard have come into focus — and a decades-old business is starting the search for a new home. Boston-based Beacon Capital Partners and Denver-based Elevation Development Group closed Tuesday on the purchase of the northeast corner of Brighton and 31st St., paying $18.7 million. The… Read more »

New general manager named for Cherry Creek Shopping Center

Cherry Creek Shopping Center has a new general manager. Parent company Taubman Centers said Wednesday that it has named Jeramy Burkinshaw to oversee operations, retailer and community relations, and marketing for the mall in Cherry Creek. He started Nov. 1. Burkinshaw replaces Nick LeMasters, who announced in September that he was giving up the general… Read more »

BusinessDen’s DenX: Scenes from Space Gallery

More than 160 women ventured to the Art District on Santa Fe for BusinessDen’s final DenX of the year. The women’s networking event, presented by law firm Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti, was held amidst the artwork on display at Space Gallery. Guests enjoyed creative bites provided by RiNo Japanese restaurant Uchi, beer from New Belgium… Read more »