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Maxwell Marcum

Max Marcum PictureFull Name: Maxwell "Max" C. Marcum

Company:  Marcum Commercial Advisors

Title:  Senior Advisor

Education/Professional Certifications:

  • B.S. Science in Communication Studies with a minor in Finance, Colorado State University

NAIOP involvement:

  • Developing Leaders Committee

How many years have you been in commercial real estate? 5

How long have you been a member of NAIOP? 1 Year

CRE Work Experience:

  • Prior Marketing and Research Associate for Chrisland Real Estate Companies (currently NAI Affinity).
  • Associate Broker at Marcum Commercial from 2015 - 2020.
  • Promoted to Senior Advisor at Marcum Commercial in January of 2021. 

What motivated you to get involved in the CRE Industry? Max wanted to pursue an opportunity to participate in growth and development of his community while developing relationships with businesses and business owners that operate within the industry. 

Proudest professional achievement thus far: Participating in the sale of over $24 Million sale of a Wheat Ridge Industrial portfolio in early 2020. 

Aspirations & Goals: Max wants to assist in growing and developing Marcum Commercial Advisors as a competitive presence within the Colorado commercial market. Max also wants to become certified through CCIM and SIOR. 

Community Outreach:  Max currently volunteers with various homelessness outreach programs through metro Denver and the region. He is helping to organize and volunteer in a variety of fundraising events for The Family Tree nonprofit organization. 

Personal Interests: Snowboarding, personal fitness and hunting.

Profile Published September 1, 2021.

 

Construction Corner

Learn more about NAIOP Colorado member and sponsor company's past and ongoing projects transforming the metro Denver skyline.
Made possible by our NAIOP Construction Corner Sponsor, The Weitz Company, LLC.



6900 Layton BuildingFeaturing 6900 Layton, NAIOP's 2021 Office Development of the Year

Posted on September 6, 2021
By Shawn Donohoe, Senior Business Development Manager, The Weitz Company, LLC

When 6900 Layton broke ground in the dynamic Belleview Station development back in 2018, Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock was quoted to say, “Belleview Station is well on its way to redefining how people can work, shop, dine and live all in one place – making it a signature asset for economic development and underscoring Denver’s position as a leading city for business success. We’re proud to celebrate the latest premier office space to take shape at one of Denver’s many transit-oriented development sites.”

Completed in September 2020, this sleek 385,000-square-foot Class AA Design Build and it’s custom, glass curtain certainly live up to expectations. Named Office Development of the year during the NAIOP Colorado “Best of the Best” in 2020. The project is located just 200 feet from the light-rail platform and the building rises 15 stories, bringing a stunning beauty to the office park by reflecting the skies of Denver and providing spectacular views for those inside the building.

The project was a design-build partnership between Prime West as the developer, Weitz as the General Contractor, and Gensler’s Denver studio. Throughout the6900 Layton Lobby challenges of the pandemic, the team remained focused on safety and integrity. As Jim Neenan, president and CEO of Prime West said in the Colorado Real Estate Journal in August 2020, “Together as a team, we have pushed expectations on innovation and schedule. The result will be an elegant, progressive, mixed-use office asset further animating what is becoming a dynamic node on the southeast light-rail line.”

Bruce Porter, Executive Vice President and General Manager of The Weitz Company Rocky Mountain Business Unit, also believes the working relationships were key to the success of the project, saying “6900 Layton was a special project. I was continuously impressed by the attention to detail and the commitment from each of our team members, the design-build team, and our trade partners to maintain great working relationships across the project. Our Weitz office is located near 6900 Layton, and our team feels a great sense of accomplishment when we drive by the project each day.”

6900 Layton at SunsetStructurally, the building is a hybrid, with the building frame accommodating garage parking (1,250 parking spaces) on the first five levels. A central cast-in-place concrete core is surrounded by a precast podium coming out of the ground for five stories, capped by a structural steel tower rising to the full height. On level one, 15,000 square feet of retail is joined by a large tenant-accessible fitness center and bike storage to encourage alternatives to auto-centric transportation.

Another unique feature is the integration of two completely independent mechanical systems. A primary central plant, located on the roof, serves floors 7 through 15, while a water source heat pump system is used on the lower six floors. The dual-process solution affords overall savings in both first costs and long-term operations.

6900 Layton was named the NAIOP Colorado Office Development of the Year in 2021.  The project also achieved LEED Gold and was a 2020 Regional Award Winner of “Excellence in Subcontracting” from the Design-Build Institute of America, Rocky Mountain Region.

 

HEALTH and SAFETY PROTOCOLS:

Updated August 27, 2021

The safety and well-being of event attendees are top priorities for NAIOP Colorado. For meetings in 2021, NAIOP Colorado will follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for events and gatherings, working with the host venue to follow protocols based on current national, local and health advisories and requirements.

The City and County of Denver and Colorado State Public Health strongly recommends wearing a mask in public indoor settings - regardless of vaccination status - in alignment with the CDC recommendations. Masks are still required for unvaccinated people or those not fully vaccinated in specific settings outlined in Colorado Public Health Order 20-30, and for everyone within businesses, organizations, agencies or municipalities that request masks be worn.

For fully vaccinated attendees, the CDC recommends that you wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas of substantial or high transmission due to the COVID-19 Delta variant currently circulating the United States. A face covering can provide additional protection, and for some, might provide peace of mind.

Please do stay home if you are sick, considered high risk, tested positive for COVID-19, or exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days prior to the event. Let's all do our part to keep ourselves and others safe and healthy!


NAIOP EVENT PARTICIPATION RELEASE:

Updated August 27, 2021

There is always inherent risk in participating in any activity. Due to the circumstances created by COVID-19 and its variants, there is a heightened degree of personal risk and responsibility in participating in this in-person group event. You are strongly urged to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before attending this event.


As a condition of your registering for and attending this event, you hereby forever release and discharge the NAIOP Colorado Chapter, NAIOP Corporate, and their respective present and former partners, officers, directors, employees, agents, consultants, plans, fiduciaries, insurers, attorneys, affiliates, successors and assigns from any and all liabilities, causes of action, damages, indemnities, obligations, debts, claims and demands of every kind and nature, both in law and in equity, known or unknown, fixed or contingent, based upon or in any way related to contracting COVID-19 at this event.

 

7th ANNUAL NAIOP WINTER CLASSIC HOCKEY and MAJESTIC REALTY CUP
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2021 at THE ICE RANCH, LITTLETON
SPONSORSHIP and MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES

Limited sponsorship opportunities available! Contact James or Murray below for more details. Or secure your package or Sign Up Online now.

James Mansfield, Hockey Co-Chair
Pinnacle Real Estate Advisors
Ph: +1 303.726.1099 or Email

  Murray Platt, Hockey Co-Chair
CBRE
Ph: +1 303.910.6167 or Email

 

SECURE YOUR HOCKEY SPONSORSHIP

 

CHAMPIONSHIP CUP SPONSOR - $Priceless SOLD OUT - Majestic Realty Company

  • Exclusive Top Billing as the Winter Classic Hockey Naming Rights Sponsor.
  • Tickets for up to 4 Hockey Players or Spectator Guests.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing. 
  • Opportunity to participate on the Winter Classic Planning Committee.
  • Special access to Winter Classic Hockey Attendees.

ICE SPONSOR - $Priceless SOLD OUT - DSP Builders

  • Top Billing as the Winter Classic Hockey Ice Sponsor.
  • Tickets for 2 Hockey Players and 2 Spectator Guests.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.
  • Opportunity to participate on the Winter Classic Planning Committee and venue selection.

HOCKEY TEAM SPONSOR - $1,200 SOLD OUT - CBRE, CoStar, Cushman & Wakefield, First Citizens Bank,
JLL, Pinnacle REA, RMPrestress, Ringsby Realty

  • Recognition as 1 of 8 Hockey Team Sponsors with Company Logo on Team Jerseys.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player and 2 Spectator.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

CHAMPIONSHIP DINNER SPONSOR - $1,000 SOLD OUT - CoStar

  • Recognition as the "Championship Dinner" sponsor. 
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player and 2 Spectator.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

COLD BEER SPONSOR - $1,000 SOLD OUT - PlattPointe Capital

  • Recognition as the Official Cold Beer Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player and 2 Spectator.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

COOL T-SHIRT SPONSOR - $1,000 SOLD OUT - Wells Concrete

  • Recognition as the Cool Themed T-Shirt Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player and 2 Spectator.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

GOALIE SPONSOR - $500 1 Available

  • Recognition as the Official Goalie Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

LOCKER ROOM SPONSOR - $500 SOLD OUT - Premier Community Homes

  • Recognition as the featured Locker Room Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing.

PUBLIC ADDRESS/MUSIC SPONSOR - $500 1 Available

  • Recognition as the exclusive Public Address and Music Entertainment Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing. 

PUCK SPONSOR - $500 SOLD OUT - KESTREL DESIGN GROUP

  • Recognition as the Official Puck Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing. 

ZAMBONI SPONSOR - $500 1 Available

  • Recognition as the Official Zamboni Sponsor of the Hockey event.
  • Tickets for 1 Hockey Player.
  • Company Logo/Name recognition on event website, media lists and print or digital event marketing. 

 

 SECURE YOUR SPONSORSHIP

 

 

Public Policy Fund

NAIOP has identified the following priority issues that affect the organization's members and customers:

  • Economic Development: The Chapter's Board has identified economic development as a priority issue and has made a major commitment to the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation. We also believe that the foundation of economic development is sound public policy designed to retain and attract business to Colorado.
  • Tax Policy: The commercial real estate industry is a major contributor to the state tax base, and it is important that the voice of commercial real estate be heard on issues related to tax policy. This is particularly important as the Gallagher Amendment imposes an ever-increasing share of the tax burden on commercial property.
  • Growth and Land Use: NAIOP believes that this is one of the most important and encompassing issues facing our region, and one that needs to be addressed by the legislature, not by a ballot initiative. NAIOP will continue to support reasonable growth management legislation that addresses this very complex issue while continuing our efforts to protect private property rights.
  • Transportation: Colorado's population has grown by 48% since 1980 and vehicle miles traveled have increased 89%; in the same time frame, the percentage of the State budget for transportation funding has decreased by 40%. Hence, the traffic congestion problems we have today. This is a major issue in Colorado especially in this time of declining State revenues.
  • Affordable Housing: The high price of housing is one of the most vexing problems facing Colorado today. NAIOP members, their customers, and their employees are having an increasingly difficult time finding a home they can afford, and companies looking to establish operations in the state are beginning to be turned away by our high housing costs. If the stock of affordable housing does not increase, the long-term impacts on Colorado's economy could be damaging.
  • Water & Power: Water supply has become a front-burner issue in the region and without vigilant attention to management, conservation and primarily new storage, Colorado could easily find itself in a situation that would have a devastating effect on the region's economy and quality of life. NAIOP Colorado will be working with other groups to raise the visibility and profile of this critically important issue.
  • Construction & Building Operations: Issues affecting the day-to-day operations of our members' properties such as constructions contracts (retainage/prompt pay legislation), sub-contractor indemnification, insurance, and construction defects, all affect our members and their tenants.

The Legislative Affairs Committee (LAC) will be reviewing these issues on an ongoing basis, establishing priorities and developing policy statements.

How do I get more information on current legislative issues or participate in the program?

Contact Kathie Barstnar, Executive Director, at the NAIOP Office (303) 782-0155, or by email.

 
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