Spurred by growth in urban living, hospitality, retail and dining, downtown Colorado Springs has $620 million in development completed, planned or underway.
These customers are Colorado's small communities, towns that share an entrepreneurial spirit, but often lack the network and infrastructure of a typical startup friendly hub.
Anyone who lives or works in Cherry Creek is aware of the unprecedented number of “high-end luxury rentals” currently under construction.
Little hard data is available on green building in Colorado, but real estate brokers report a definite increase in demand for high-performance buildings.
There is a new product that is backed by many Silicon Valley venture funds that allows people to partner with a fund to purchase a home.
The iconic corporate environment – with its sea of cubicles surrounded by private offices and oversized conference rooms – is dead. Why? Because traditional office environments are inefficient, expensive and uninspiring to employees.
AI is like every other machine. Given enough repetitions, AI will always fail. Or will it?
Colorado values its immigrant population and recognizes the social and economic advantages of a diverse community.
Economists look at taxes from several perspectives. These include fairness among those with similar and different abilities to pay, simplicity in administration, connectedness between payors and beneficiaries, adequacy to cover costs and stability over time.
When local governments understand the public benefits of working collaboratively with infrastructure providers, deployment is swift and the outcome is a more connected, safer community.
We have seen year-over-year inventory increases the last couple years, though arguably far behind what the market is requesting.
In lieu of B2C portals like Kayak and Expedia, Hotel Engine's B2B booking platform offers a "pathway to lower rates."