The Corum Real Estate Group is a Denver based real estate firm specializing in multifamily and commercial development, property management, and construction management services. With more than three decades in business, we are seasoned real estate investors and project leaders in Colorado’s Front Range and resort mountain communities.
We provide detailed Construction Management services for a variety of project types and Ownership groups. We ensure that each of these projects retains a high-level of quality while remaining on time and on budget.
Our team has developed more than 3,000 residential housing units and over 1.5 million square feet of commercial space. Each project is strategically driven by market demand and the insights of our senior real estate team.
The Corum team provides multifamily and corporate office leasing and property management services. For some properties, we have provided continuous management services for over 25 years.
Denver-based Corum Real Estate next month will break ground on a 100-unit apartment complex in Denver’s popular Highlands neighborhood. Corum acquired a site at 2680 18th St. earlier this month for $6.2 million and will demolish an existing office building on the parcel to make way for the new project.
The combination of exceptional design and premium quality always emanates a certain sense of luster that’s hard to deny and easy to appreciate. In 2018, 50 Fifty, a new 185,000-square-foot office building, joined the Denver Tech Center skyline hoping to establish itself as a premier property among the area’s abundant competition.
Gore Creek Partners, LLC announced recently that it has begun accepting reservations for 6 West, its new multifamily community in Edwards, with anticipated occupancy of the first buildings by late November. Corum Real Estate Group, based in Denver, will handle on-site leasing and property management of the property.
The old Webber Theater on South Broadway in Denver was built in 1917. It started as a silent movie palace but eventually resorted to showing adult films and then, for years after it closed, sat run-down and vacant. What a difference redevelopment can make.