Boulder Chamber integrates commercial real estate group

By Lucas High, Biz West

BOULDER — The Boulder Chamber and the Commercial Brokers of Boulder advocacy and networking group have joined forces in an effort to better support local brokerages, businesses and property owners as the industry continues to adjust to the new challenges that have emerged in the post-COVID-19-era commercial real estate space.


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“The world of commercial real estate is always a challenging environment, even when times are good,” Summit Commercial Brokers managing director and CBB president Jim Ditzel said. “… Working more closely with the Chamber specifically on the office vacancy issues that are occurring in the market is only going to enhance both entities. The Boulder Chamber can rely on the market intelligence that the brokerage community is going to have, and the brokers community can rely on the varied professional acumen that the Chamber has.”

Office vacancies have remained stubbornly high in certain submarkets — downtown Boulder, particularly — so a “stronger connection between our economic-vitality efforts with the Chamber and the availability of commercial space” ought to serve “positive synergistic purposes” for both parties, Boulder Chamber president John Tayer said.

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