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Real Estate

West Slope city on the rebound

The boom and bust in the energy industry on Colorado’s Western Slope has taken its toll on Grand Junction, which stands in stark contrast to other parts of the state that have come back from the Great Recession.

CEOs of the Year 2014

Nine years ago, a group of about 75 architects, engineers, contractors and developers gathered in LoDo to answer a call for potential developers capable of spearheading an urban project of nearly unprecedented scope.

Don’t let the home of your dreams...

Home ownership is an exciting part of any person’s life.  It’s where families are raised, holidays are celebrated, meals are shared and a great deal of time – and pride – is invested.

Urban village to fill void

It’s been seven years since the University of Colorado Hospital moved to the Anschutz Medical Campus, leaving its location at East Ninth Avenue and Colorado Boulevard as a prime spot for redevelopment.

Top Company 2014: Services

Service companies that are hitting milestones

Is the flip dead in Denver?

Along with the tight supply, there is considerable demand for housing in Denver.  Denver is known for its quality of life, educated workforce, etc. That's attracting companies and therefore workers to the metro area. The reduced supply and increased demand has pushed prices up. 

Real estate: Seven-year checkup

Seven years after the former Fitzsimons Army post was redeveloped as a hub for health care, education and research, the campus is doing exactly what it was created to do: breeding companies.

Top Company 2014: Real Estate/Construction/Contracting

Companies in real estate, construction and contracting booming in Colorado business.

Designing Denver

These are thrilling – and essential – times in regards to the future of the Mile High City.  Approximately 15,000 housing units are being built in Denver right now, with another 15,000 soon to come. 

Real estate: Labor pains

Cranes dotting the skyline are a sure sign that Colorado’s construction industry and overarching economy is improving from the devastation of the 2007-2009 recession.

Marijuana and mold

Whether investing in residential rental properties as a primary or secondary source of income, landlords are being faced with property management challenges every day.

Real estate roundup: Denver brokerage touts money-saving flat fee

Joshua Hunt intends to shake up the real estate industry with a flat-fee structure designed to save home sellers thousands of dollars compared to the standard 5.8 percent commission.
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