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New Trails App Gamifies Biking in Gunnison Valley

In Crested Butte, mountain biking is just the lynchpin in something far more lucrative for tourism: a jaw-dropping 750 miles (and counting) of unique single-track trails.

Five Colorado cities rank as the most livable, affordable in country

Out of 226 mid-sized cities analyzed and ranked, Arvada, Centennial, Westminster, Highlands Ranch and Thornton ranked as the top five most livable mid-sized cities in the United States, in that order.

Digital transformation is paving the way to smart cities

Municipalities and governments that have not evolved into smart cities are less able to attract business investment, add jobs and build a sustainable economy.

Consider Colorado Springs for Launching Your Sports Startup

Boasting more than 50 events and 85 guest speakers, Colorado Springs Startup Week gave the 1,000 or so attendees plenty of opportunities to learn, network and even see firsthand some of the city’s most promising local enterprises.

Trapped with your coworkers: Escape rooms offer unique team-building

As a team-building exercise, few experiences can beat “escape rooms,” hour-long games in which participants solve puzzles and perform tasks to free themselves.

Young Professionals Can House Hack To Achieve Financial Freedom

For millennials, house hacking is a viable investment strategy for first-time home buyers to afford living in the city, generate passive income and gain the freedom to live their ideal lifestyle.

Demand for solar energy soars in Colorado

With the clean energy industry projected to expand by between 9% and 10% this year, Colorado generates enough solar energy to power 258,000 homes

Home Sales Drop as Colorado Housing Market Struggles

As expected, new listings are down seasonally, and overall inventory remains a significant issue statewide. Yet, continued buyer demand has kept median and average sales prices relatively flat.

With Cannabis Banking On the Horizon, Real Estate Value Plummets

The House of Representatives passed a bill with bipartisan support that would allow banks to provide services to cannabis companies in states where it is legal. However, there are still a couple major hurdles before it becomes a law.

Rising Rents Transform the Retail Mix in Urban Spaces

As rents continue to rise across the Front Range, pockets of the city that historically have had concentrations of locally owned shops and restaurants are giving way to national retailers that can afford to pay higher prices.

Denver Ranks as the Best City for Women to Start a Business

The ranking was based off of the percentage of female-only owned businesses, the unemployment rate for women, the pay differences between women and men and the number of new businesses per capita.

Are Smart Systems Delivering Us From Evil? Or Leading us to it?

Retailers, and more specifically supermarkets, are toying with a new technology called Smart Shelf. But like all other 'smart' things this day, while it may seem helpful, they are anything but.
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