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Colorado's Love Affair with Food Halls

There is no sign of the food hall craze slowing down.

Designing for Life: Age Becomes a Home Design Consideration

According to the Global Wellness Institute 2018 Report "Build Well to Live Well," recent research shows that genetics may account for just 10 percent to 15 percent of our health outcomes, while the rest is determined by external and environmental factors.

Constant Repetition Carries Conviction

While prices continue to rise, a cause of inventory decline, more people than ever before are attempting to call Denver home.

Airbnb: Hard and Fast Rules for Short-Term Leases

However, keep in mind the arrangements are not always as they seem on the surface, and whether you're looking to engage in short-term rentals as a lessor or a lessee.

Industrial Real Estate: The Preferred Investment Type

Investors have a heavy appetite for investment-grade industrial real estate, and developers are still trying to catch up with that demand.

Grand Junction Plan Targets Outdoor-Focused Firms

The total economic impact of construction of the project is estimated at more than $41 million.

Comparing the Mile High City to Emerald City

Both Denver and Seattle continue to dominate the national market when it comes to home sale prices.

Concert Venue Slated for Westfield Company's Mixed-Use RiNo Development

The Mission Ballroom will serve as a vital element to the new 14-acre North Wynkoop mixed-use project by Denver developers Westfield Company encompassing three blocks – 40th to 43rd streets –on Brighton Boulevard.

Why Uber's Latest Hiccup Impacts the Real Estate Market

The recent Uber case will be a test case that is precedent setting.

Drawing Conclusions: Mile High Home Shortage

Experts say it could take up to 10 years to correct the imbalance of homes needed.

The Ski Industry's Big Box Consolidation

The new model in the ski industry is consolidation and most resorts are getting on one of the two trains.

Defining Denver's Housing Market and the Importance of Median vs. Average Pricing

In a widely-publicized set of perspectives released earlier this month by the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® (DMAR), the metro area appears to have just crossed the large average price threshold of $500,000.
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