This publication communicates information that is of value to commercial real estate developers, general contractors, architects, engineers, interior designers, landscape architects and end users. If you are active in Colorado commercial construction and development, or want to be, this is a must-read publication. Each issue offers coverage of noteworthy commercial projects being built across the state, including office, multifamily, retail, health care, education, government and more.
Building Dialogue is a four-color, 128-page magazine published four times per year. This publication is mailed with the Colorado Real Estate Journal which is mailed to more than 3,500 commercial real estate professionals twice monthly and read online by an additional 1,200 subscribers. In addition, online viewers at crej.com exceed 30k per month. Readership includes developers, investors, brokers, lenders, contractors, architects, property managers and other members of the Colorado commercial real estate community.
|2017 Rates Per Ad||1x Rate||4x Frequency Rate*|
|2-Page spread: – full color||$1,750||$1,310|
|Full-page ad – full color||$995||$745|
|Half-page ad – full color||$595||$445|
*Frequency discount: Participate in 3 consecutive issues billed at one-time rate and receive the 4th issue at no charge.
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|March 2017||January 4, 2017||February 1, 2017|
|June 2017||April 5, 2017||May 3, 2017|
|September 2017||July 5, 2017||August 2, 2017|
|December 2017||October 4, 2017||November 1, 2017|
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