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RCLCO has opened a Denver office, which will be led by RCLCO Fund Advisors' Cyndi Thomas

RCLCO and RCLCO Fund Advisors Expand to Denver 

Real estate consulting firm RCLCO and affiliate RCLCO Fund Advisors (RFA) have expanded to Denver, opening their newest employment hub at the Triangle Building, adjacent to Union Station. The new office further establishes the organization’s Mountain West presence and builds on the firm’s continued nationwide growth.  

The Colorado business will be led by RFA managing director Cyndi Thomas, who is also championing the Bethesda-MD-based firm’s ESG initiatives and efforts. Thomas has been active in ULI Colorado and the CU Boulder Real Estate Center Advisory Board and will continue to expand the firm’s presence in the region. 

“Denver and the Intermountain West has been an active market for RCLCO for many years and growing very quickly,” said RCLCO CEO Adam Ducker. “Colorado has also proven a very fertile place to attract talent, including data scientists and key members of our growing technology team.” 

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