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…