Earlier this year, two American expatriates who live in the Netherlands announced a proposal to build a “Dutch-style” planned community between Longmont and Boulder.
These two cars are indeed very similar in size and feel. But the Lexus and the Toyota had similar driving and handling experiences despite major differences in the way the equipment was deployed.
As homebuilders zero in on building the most energy-efficient homes possible, they’re increasingly turning their attention to delivering a product that might actually enhance the health and well-being of residents.
One of Colorado’s more storied outdoor activities is making its mark in the great indoors, too. Climbing gyms hold appeal for those seeking workouts that are both physically challenging and mentally engaging.
With climate change dominating the political agenda of many, both in the Colorado legislature and at the national level, the specter of a tax on energy has re-emerged.
While things like this seemed extreme in the past, each new technology breakthrough makes past difficult projects seem infinitely more doable today.
The Centennial State, today, continues to lead the nation in small business expansion and growth with more than 630,000 firms employing over 1.1 million people.
Whichever way the market goes, be it stable or down, one thing is for certain ̶ Denver-metro real estate shows strength, sustainability and a demand the likes of which we’ve never seen.
As technology continues to evolve, smart city philosophies and features will play an increasingly important role in homeowner purchase decisions and have long-term impacts on property values.
With Colorado’s strong economy, it is a prime time to be selling and buying a home. And with the right assistance and planning, this life event milestone can be both personally exciting and financially rewarding.
The two concepts share the common goals of sustainability and livability. We must create livable urban spaces capable of hosting more people amid a declining natural-resource base.
Outdoor Retailer expects the annual direct and indirect economic impact for all three shows - Snow Show, Retailer Summer Market and Retailer Winter Market - to be $110 million a year in Colorado.