Corum Real Estate Group

Property Management

Corum Real Estate Group provides property management services in the Denver metro area and along the Colorado Rocky Mountain region. Corum has grown to provide a comprehensive suite of real estate asset management services, including Multifamily Property Management, Luxury Residential Development, Small Property Management, Sustainability Consulting and Commercial Management.


Corum Real Estate was established in 1986 and currently operates in the greater Denver area and Colorado mountain communities. Since our founding more than 25 years ago, we have developed into a quality real estate services company. We strive to achieve personal yet professional relation- ships with our clients. Our success is a result of delivering on our promises and the merit of our services.


Corum provides marketing, leasing and management services for third party clients and on its own account. Our commercial brokerage and leasing professionals are recognized as experts and provide our clients with the utmost in personal attention and the best advice during all phases of a real estate transaction.



Corum Real Estate Group has engaged Visual Foundry for the following projects ...

A Website Project

50 Fifty Website

This was an amazing project for us. The purpose of the site is to generate sales interest and focus to help drive leasing sales for the project. The brief was to provide a higher end look and feel, very graphic rich and to make more of an 'on-line brochure' experience. To this we added the video and some '3d experience' side through the use of photosphere technology.

2 Video Projects

50 Fifty Promo Video

This video is primarily for use the the sales promotional website. The goal was to demonstrate not only what was different about the building, but by looking at the project through the eyes of the architects, to understand and appreciate why this project will be different than the average building. The goal being to help drive prospective tenants to appreciate the value of this building over other alternatives. Because the building is yet to be built (actually they have yet to demolish the existing building), the video makes extensive use of graphic renderings to help visualize the narration.