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. If you want to be a part of…

Grocery store, affordable housing coming to ‘food desert’ in Denver

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Zillow branching out from real estate data, providing home estimates, to flipping property in Denver

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Colorado cities try to keep up as Airbnbs, other short-term rentals multiply

Michael Orf is pictured at his short-term rental property Jan. 18, 2019, in Littleton. LITTLETON — The short-term rental revolution is on a mad tear in Colorado: Last year nearly 2 million Airbnb tenants generated more than $300 million for host property owners in the state. But regulations meant to protect neighborhoods amid the rise of online room-booking sites are moving at a much slower pace. The friction between citizen…

Grandoozy Takes A “Hiatus” From Denver For 2019

DENVER, CO – Grandoozy, the boozy outdoor festival that premiered in Denver and brought Florence and the Machine, Stevie Wonder and Kendrick Lamar to the Overland Park Golf Course, will take a grand hiatus for 2019, organizers said. Superfly, the parent company of the festival announced on Twitter Friday that they would not return to Denver next year, but still plan to work on the festival and hope to return….

No signs labor construction shortages are easing in Colorado

Cliff Grassmick, Boulder Daily Camera Construction firms in Colorado expect to do more work this year than last, even as they continue to struggle with worker shortages that are delaying projects and driving up costs, according to a construction outlook survey released Wednesday by the Associated General Contractors of America. The markets where Colorado contractors said they expect to see an increase in dollar volume compared to last year are…

Denver Broncos Star Runningback Phillip Lindsay Done For Season

DENVER, CO — Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay’s sensational rookie season is over after tests showed he sustained major damage to his right wrist in Denver’s loss at Oakland, a person with knowledge of the MRI results told The Associated Press. The person, speaking on condition of anonymity because the team was off on Christmas Day, confirmed a report by 9News in Denver that medical tests Tuesday morning revealed ligament…

“Tall, slender towers”: Denver approves River Mile redevelopment of Elitch Gardens

Provided by Revesco Properties A rendering from Revesco Properties’ conceptual master plan for the River Mile shows one view along the South Platte River. The company is making plans to redevelop the current site of Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park in coming decades. The River Mile project won crucial approvals of the Denver City Council with votes on Monday night that drew a broad portrait of the district-sized redevelopment…

Why 2018 Was a Huge Year For Art in Denver

While Denver has been known for its proximity to the mountains, the Broncos and an overwhelming amount of bearded men, the past year has shifted that status so the Mile High City might just become one of the cultural and artistic icons of the entire western US. Due to the collective efforts of many different arts advocates and organizations, Denver experienced world-class artistic experiences in 2018 that only foreshadow what…

Virtual reality helping provide glimpses of Denver’s real estate future

Picture this: You’re interested in buying a new condo but the building is still being built. The drywall isn’t even hung yet. Before you sign on the dotted line and commit to a major investment, you want to see more. What will the countertops look like? How’s the view? Forget two-dimensional renderings and floor plans. Just pick up a tablet or strap on a pair of virtual reality goggles and…