Articulating Everyday Space, Denver 2009
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Denver has fared better than most American cities in the recent global economic downturn. Over the past decade, Denver’s real estate market has not expanded as rapidly as in other fast-growing U.S. cities. The city enjoys a diverse industrial base, including the booming alternative energy and bioscience sectors. On the office front, Denver’s low vacancy rate has changed little in the past year while lease rates have continued to increase. 2007 marked Denver’s biggest year in tourism, adding fuel to an economy which should emerge from the global financial crisis poised for continued growth and prosperity.