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Real Estate

Tennyson Street: Once Again a Denver Destination

Many new businesses have opened along Tennyson Street throughout the past three years and adding to the urban-vitality of the street is the recent sprinkling of modern apartment buildings.

What to Do About the Impact of Marijuana on Real Estate in Colorado

If the federal government takes large enforcement action against the industry, commercial real estate will no doubt be impacted.

PCL's Commitment to Build Black Hawk

Currently housing Colorado’s largest number of casinos and located less than an hour from downtown Denver, Black Hawk is the state’s premier gambling destination.

An Unusual Perspective on Rental Rates

Anyone who lives or works in Cherry Creek is aware of the unprecedented number of “high-end luxury rentals” currently under construction.

The New Sharing Economy Coming to Mortgages

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.

Denver's Housing Inventory is Not the Problem

We have seen year-over-year inventory increases the last couple years, though arguably far behind what the market is requesting.

Condos Provide More Than Lock and Leave

Many buyers today are eager to connect with neighbors and friends as well as the surrounding city.

2018's Top 3 Colorado Ski Town Investments

Colorado mountain mergers – What you should know.

Can Coworking Feed Colorado's Economic Fire?

Coworking is all about building communities of interesting people who are focused not just on work, but taking their careers into their own hands, connecting with likeminded people, shaping and sharing ideas and enjoying themselves.

Net Zero Energy Buildings Raise the Bar for Performance and Comfort

Along Colorado’s Front Range, several recently completed developments have been recognized by the Department of Energy as Net Zero Energy (NZE) or Net Zero Ready.

Civitas Designs Water Resiliency Into North Stapleton Open Space Plan

Known for delving into the history of a place to inform its future, Civitas looked to the original wetlands and sand dunes that comprised the indigenous Sandhills Prairie ecosystem long before jets and runways crisscrossed the former Stapleton Airport.

West Colfax Frenzy

For the last decade, West Colfax Avenue provided a firebreak from gentrification in the popular Sloan’s Lake neighborhood. While new duplex and other multi-family projects sprang up around the lake, the south side of Colfax – just three blocks from the “W” light rail line – was a pariah.
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