Why Modern Real Estate Is Getting More Importance?

Investing in the real estate business has always been regarded as great and beneficial. The returns from the real estate investments can be very high, but on the other hand, this can also be a bit risky. However, with the emergence of modern real estate, things are getting better for those who’re willing to start their investments in the real estate sector.

Interurban Cos. pays $26.3 million for The View at 5010 apartments in Winston-Salem – Denver Business Journal

A Colorado company has purchased one of the North Carolina Triad area’s largest apartment communities. Interurban Cos. of Centennial, Colo., paid Elite Street Capital of Houston $26.3 million on April 27 for The View at 5010, a 433-unit apartment community off University Parkway, south of Shattalon Drive in Winston-Salem. The community was previously known as Springhouse Apartments, Ambercrest and The Fields Parkside. On Dec. 28, 2016, Elite Street paid $19.49…

Truck driver crashes into tree in Clark Co.

(Image: Clark County Sheriff’s Office) CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) – A truck driver crashed into a tree in northern Clark County on Saturday. Clark County deputies responded to the scene around 4:55 a.m. where they learned that a full sized truck was traveling north on Northeast Gable Avenue and failed to negotiate the curve onto eastbound Northeast 359th Street. The truck driver crossed the westbound lanes and hit a tree…

From online to mall time: Warby Parker to open first Denver store this weekend

Courtesy Warby Parker A rendering of the Warby Parker store in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center. The store, which will open on Saturday, April 28, 2018, will be the online prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses company’s second physical store in Colorado. A third is set to open later this year. After opening its first Colorado store in Boulder last year, online-born prescription eye wear retailer Warby Parker is graduating to a…

Denver landlords increasingly turning away Section 8 tenants

Editor’s Note: ‘Our Colorado’ stories help natives and newcomers navigate the challenges related to our rapidly growing state, including real estate and development, homelessness, transportation and more. To comment on this or other 360 stories, email us at OurCO@TheDenverChannel.com. See more ‘Our Colorado’ stories here. DENVER — Lisa Salazar has called Colorado home for 20 years, but she may have reached her limit. She’s been homeless for a month after…

Tales from inside Colorado’s teacher shortage: housing for horses and recruiters without interviews

The job fair was going well for Stephanie Polutchko and the phrase on her white name tag explained why: “high school science.” Like other prospective Colorado teachers in high-demand areas, she was flush with options as she walked the long rows of school district booths advertising open interview slots and, in some cases, signing bonuses. By lunchtime, one recruiter from a tiny school district on the sparsely populated Eastern Plains…

Baby Sloth Wrestles With Mama At Denver Zoo: Watch

DENVER, CO — A baby sloth and her mother were captured on camera this week wrestling at the Denver Zoo. Zoo officials shared the adorable video on Facebook. The 2-month-old sloth named Ruth is seen in the arms of her mother, Charlotte, as they playfully wrestle. According to the Denver Zoo website, Ruth was born Jan. 28 after Charlotte had a 10-month pregnancy. Zoo officials said Ruth "has a strong…

How Boise could keep at least some Downtown housing affordable | Idaho Statesman

Living in Downtown Boise keeps getting harder for working-class people. As Downtown booms, housing is more expensive than ever. Rents for newly built one-bedroom apartments are as high as $1,700. Old housing is getting more expensive, too. If this trend continues, Downtown Boise could become off-limits to all but the rich. “I would love to live there now, but it’s just cost-prohibitive,” said Justin Bates, owner of Boise landscaping company…

4 Shootings Over St. Patrick’s Weekend In Denver, 2 Fatal

Boston Is a Shooters' Paradise – Boston Magazine

DENVER, CO — Denver police reported that four shooting incidents took place in the city over March 17-18, two of which are being investigated as homicides. On Saturday, Mar. 17 around 7 p.m., police responded to a shooting near Colfax Avenue and North Lowell Boulevard, (about 3500 West) where a person was shot while driving. Multiple shots were fired and a car struck a building, police said. A man was…

Former Colorado governor, Boston activist back Olympic vote in Denver

A sign is displayed in the back of a hall as people listen to Chris Dempsey, co-chairman of the No Boston Olympics initiative, speak on Saturday in Denver during a meeting about Denver submitting a bid to host a future edition of the Winter Olympics. Opponents and proponents of the idea to host a Winter Olympics in Colorado squared off at the debate. David Zalubowski/The Associated Press DENVER — The…

EDITORIAL: Three Real Estate Issues, Under Consideration, Part Eight

Good morning, The Town of Pagosa Springs is seeking qualified individuals or firms to conduct an Impact Fee Study for the community… — February 27 announcement from the Town of Pagosa Springs When I started writing this editorial series last week, I thought I would touch lightly on three real estate issues facing us here in Pagosa Springs, and then quickly move on to other editorial topics. But I’m composing…