April 5, 2017

Denver Rock Drill Project

Walking through the streets of RiNo (River North Arts District), you can’t help but be pulled into the past. Blocks of large brick buildings hint at Denver’s industrial heritage. Many developers are trying to keep the historic feel of the neighborhood, which is uncommon for the rest of Denver.

RiNo’s ...

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March 22, 2017

Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center

By now you may have heard about the new Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center that’s being developed in Aurora. If you haven’t, that’s okay! The center is slated to open late 2018. According to their website, “Gaylord Rockies will be the premier Colorado meeting and convention center hotel ...

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March 15, 2017

The Local Food Campus - Westminster

Sustainability communities are becoming more and more popular these days. Businesses like The Source located in RiNo and Stanley Marketplace in Aurora are popping up everywhere. Each is focused on local businesses and locally sources products.  Well, now it’s Arvada and Westminster’s turn. Local Food Campus (LFC) is ...

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Feb. 15, 2017

Central 70 Project

If you’ve driven from DIA to downtown Denver on I-70 recently, you’ve probably noticed some of the bridges and roads are in need of a little TLC. Honestly, they’ve deserved some attention for sometime now, especially the 53-year-old viaduct between Brighton and Colorado Boulevards.

What is Denver planning on doing ...

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June 17, 2014

Top Douglas County Neighborhoods to Live In

Just south of Denver lies Douglas County, which for many years embodied the “western lifestyle” with wild, open spaces and ranchettes with enough acreage for a few horses, and a handful of active rural communities. In recent years, Douglas County has become truly suburban with new developments offering affordable and ...

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May 9, 2014

Natural Beauty Abounds in the Washington Park Neighborhood

Anchored by park grounds, it’s not surprising to know the Washington Park neighborhood is noted for its natural beauty. What may surprise you, however, is just how much nature there is to be found within the Denver metropolitan area – and how many amenities are available among the lakes and ...

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April 29, 2014

The Cherry Creek Neighborhood: Everything You Want

The Cherry Creek Neighborhood: Everything You Want


Homebuyers looking for Denver real estate jump at the chance to live in the Cherry Creek neighborhood, and with good reason. Its central location and abundant amenities offer Cherry Creek residents easy access to shopping, fine dining, gyms, good schools, and all ...

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April 26, 2014

Get the Best of Both Worlds with Evergreen, CO Real Estate

When searching for a new home, you may be torn between wanting the charm and community of a small town and the energy and opportunity afforded by a larger city. Those who buy Evergreen, Colorado real estate enjoy the best of both worlds by living in a lovely historic town ...

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March 28, 2014

Things to Do in LoDo, CO

LoDo Colorado Real EstateLoDo, or Lower Downtown, in Denver is one of the most popular areas. In recent years, it was completely revitalized to include new businesses, modern condos, and venues for entertainment. Many of the buildings were restored to feature the old architecture and charm like beams, built-ins, and brick. Whether you ...

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March 25, 2014

Profile of Homes in Castle Rock, Colorado

Live on the edge of the Rockies in historic Castle Rock, CO. CNN Money, Family Circle, and Relocate America all named the city one of the best in the country. Pike’s Peak is viewed from practically any property in its varying neighborhoods. Two cities sit a short 30-minute drive away ...

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