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Mixing Old With New in Historic Downtown Castle Rock

Thanks to careful planning and thoughtful design guidelines, the surge of rapid growth in this once quiet town, Castle Rock’s identity and character won’t be lost in its newfound wave of popularity.

Government Still Shutdown – 5 Impacts on Real Estate

A short-term shutdown typically has minimal impact on the economy.

For Driverless Cars, the Hardest Design Problem is the One You'll Never Guess

With very few actual use case studies to guide our thinking, car designers are doing their best to guess how people will interact with the cars, van, trucks and buses of the future.

Will We Talk More if We Text Less?

Is California accidentally leading the way?

Executive Wheels: Great Base Vehicle, Suspect PHEV System

The Outlander itself – available in a gasoline engine format – just might be the ticket for someone looking for a mid-sized SUV, but this PHEV – Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle – is another matter.

Revisiting Recycling – The New School

Here, we highlight how these changes have impacted recycling locally in Colorado, as well as nationally, and how we can overcome the new challenges.

Big Changes in Lending in 2019

Fortunately, there are alternatives to traditional lending that can get deals done as banks tighten.

The Colorado You Were Promised

Just for starters: In Grand Junction residents spend 32 percent less time sitting in their cars than Front Range residents.

Colorado Coworking Checkup

The growth, the weaknesses and the future of collaborative workspaces in Denver and beyond.

The "Apartment Effect"

Tapping into the kind of layout and design that appeals to a young homebuyer is a measure of success for architects, builders and developers that want to cater to the current market.

Workplace Culture: A Case Study

Whether or not you are intentional, deliberate and consistent about building and engaging your culture – it exists – and is impacting your business performance.

The New Economics of Recycling

According to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, a trade association known as the “Voice of the Recycling Industry,” 31 percent of the United States’ recovered material, worth $5.6 billion, was exported to China in 2017.
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