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How subletting can revitalize your law firm's vacant space

Shadow space for law firms should be a thing of the past. Subletting space is not a new idea in commercial real estate, but it can be novel to many law firm equity partners. Filling vacant offices in a large law firm through strategic subleasing arrangements with small law firms is already successfully happening in Denver.

The 2020 Subaru Legacy is something of a revelation

This Legacy is a very handsome sedan that just about anyone would be proud to drive. Add in the fact that all Subarus (except the BRZ) feature all-wheel-drive as standard – and this Legacy is one of the few sedans on the market with the feature.

The skinny on jumbo mortgages: What you need to know

If you’ve purchased a large home, vacation property or live in a city where home prices are above the national average, chances are you’ve taken out a jumbo mortgage. You just may not know that’s what it’s called.

A look at the 2020 economy and key risks to Colorado businesses

The United States economy is entering 2020 with some very good momentum. The country is now in the eleventh year of economic expansion, and the economy continues to show a lot of resilience amidst challenges. However, the risk for a recession over the next 18 months is more elevated than any time since 2007. But what does this mean for Colorado businesses?

Gearo: Bringing new affordability to outdoor recreation

The startup's founders initially saw their idea as a consumer-facing app. After learning rental shops liked the platform and wanted to use it to manage their rentals, the Barones pressed the pause button in late 2017 to pivot to a new B2B model.

Ask a Realtor: Is sooner better than later for listing a home?

Being aware of your options and how to best present your home to potential buyers, including market value pricing, will help increase your ability to sell your home in a timely manner to the right buyer.

The Workforce of the Future: Navigating Industry 4.0

Tech innovation is prompting massive change — a transformation so significant it’s referred to as a fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. From facial recognition software to voice-activated virtual assistants and self-driving delivery trucks, the line between human and machine work continues to blur.

An Insider's Guide to the 2020 Fort Collins Startup Week

ColoradoBiz sat down with Nick Armstrong, CEO of WTF Marketing (the event organizer), to learn more about the event including insider tips, must-attend events and what’s new in the events fifth year.

Xcel gives new life to historic, clean energy water plant

As part of its commitment to carbon-free electricity by 2050, Xcel Energy is modernizing Cabin Creek, a historic high-altitude, clean-energy water plant near Georgetown. The utility currently sources 27% of its electricity from renewable sources.

The Toyota Corolla remains reliable, consistent after 50 years

The 2020 Corolla is still the well-made, reliable, consistent, affordable, predictable, and comfortable sure-fire car it has always been. It is not exciting. It will not win styling contests. It can’t race. But it sells like hot cakes because it will take you and your family anywhere you need to go.

Pitkin County takes aim on high-energy mansions

Aspen joins Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins among the 31 jurisdictions across the United States that employ energy benchmarking as a tool for driving down building energy use.

Kate Greenberg ushers in a new age of Colorado agriculture

Greenberg is the first-ever female commissioner for Colorado, and at 32, probably the youngest. She differs in every obvious way from her recent predecessors, who were men of a certain age named Don (Ament and Brown) and John (Salazar and Stulp), all Colorado natives who were farmers or ranchers themselves.
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