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…

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…

Colorado architects seeking to create “apartment effect” for younger homebuyers

Dan Bergeron, 31, left, and Danielle DenBleyker, 36, recently moved to Denver and purchased an apartment-style home in Stapleton. The couple was photographed on Oct. 13, 2018. In an order to attract young buyers accustomed to living in apartments and save money, builders are trying to make new homes look more like apartments. That means more open designs and simpler finishes. Young adults today are buying homes five years later…

ADAPT Protests Lack Of Affordable, Accessible Housing

DENVER (CBS4)– The same group that faced arrests at Sen. Cory Gardener’s office in 2017, stormed the Colorado Division of Housing Tuesday afternoon. ADAPT, a national disability rights organization, filled the entire fifth floor of the Division of Housing Denver office. The organization argues that the increase in housing costs have made it difficult for those with disabilities to find affordable and accessible housing. (credit: CBS) It says this is…

Denver’s newest bar from Death & Co is so exclusive it has only 21 seats

The Conference: bourbon, rye, Calvados, Cognac and Bitters for $16. (Sara Grant, The Know) Fans of New York City’s Death & Co may not have gotten what they were expecting when the East Village staple opened its first expansion inside Denver’s Ramble Hotel in May. And by that, we mean there was natural light. Suite 6A, Death & Co’s third bar to open inside the swanky-yet-funky RiNo hotel on Nov….

In Colorado real estate market, selling haunted houses sometimes means exorcising a few spirits

Real estate broker Tara King may not necessarily believe in ghosts, but that doesn’t mean she hasn’t had to deal with a few when it came to selling a client’s home. “There are a lot of agents who have had experiences with either clients who felt uncomfortable or they felt uncomfortable in a home,” she said. A few times, things went way beyond strange feelings and chills up the spine….

Whole Foods partners with Denver producer on another gluten-free product: sake

William Stuart, CEO of Colorado Sake Company, prepares a freshly brewed sake Aug. 7, 2018, to be kegged at Colorado Sake Company in Denver. On Aug. 8 sake tap rooms will become legal in Colorado. Denver sake brewery Colorado Sake Co. is working with a powerful partner in its efforts to get it rice-based boozy beverage out to the masses: Whole Foods Market. Starting Oct. 31, the Whole Foods Market…

Entrepreneurs going strong in Colorado as number of new businesses grows by nearly 10 percent

Business confidence in Colorado may be waning, but entrepreneurs in the state continue to launch new ventures at a strong pace, according to quarterly report from the Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams and the University of Colorado Boulder. More than 30,000 new entities filed with the state in the third quarter, which marks a 9.3-percent increase from the new filings a year earlier, the report, prepared by the Leeds…

Metro Denver Rent Report First in Months That (Probably) Won’t Make You Cry

Rent in several metro Denver communities is actually down on a month-to-month basis. And while most rent prices are still higher than they were at this time last year, the rate of increase isn’t nearly as extreme as it’s been for most of 2018. Those are among the main takeaways from the October 2018 metro-Denver rent report from Apartment List. And they represent good news in comparison with the Denver…

Metro Denver’s Best Halloween Haunts For 2018

DENVER, CO – Halloween season is upon us, and Denver-area haunted houses, escape rooms and frights are kicking into high gear. National Haunted House ratings site "The Scare Factor" lists 2018’s Top 2 metro Denver haunts reviewed by their traveling "Scream Team" below. Remember, most of these are real haunted houses, not necessarily suitable for babies, toddlers or even children under age 12. 2018 Scream Team’s 2 Top Must-See Haunts…