Denver’s apartment-building frenzy nears end – slowdown predicted in 2018
New studies anticipate slowdown of apartment construction as the market tops out.

The Denver area’s apartment building frenzy will slow next year as demand for new high-end developments wanes and financing for new projects gets tighter, say economists and industry leaders.

As renters’ pocketbooks respond to rising prices and banks look to other investment projects, multifamily-unit construction will slow in the Denver-Boulder area, according to a midyear economic update in the University of Colorado’s Colorado Business Review.

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