Denver

August 6, 2012 - 4:48 PM
New developments in North Denver's transit systems are revitalizing West Colfax, according to the Denver Business Journal. The West Corridor light rail is currently under construction just south of Colfax Avenue, and is expected to be completed in 2013, while new "transit-oriented development Read More

Rejuvenating West Colfax in North Denver

New developments in North Denver's transit systems are revitalizing West Colfax, according to the Denver Business Journal.

August 6, 2012 - 10:43 AM
ARAMARK, a global professional services company, announced that it will be creating an ARAMARK Building Community Opportunity Zone in west Denver. The zone is intended to be a "hub for ongoing nutrition and wellness programs at Southwest Improvement Council (SWIC), which provides health and human Read More

West Denver health and nutrition education hub

ARAMARK, a global professional services company, announced that it will be creating an ARAMARK Building Community Opportunity Zone in west Denver.

July 31, 2012 - 1:56 PM
A city with a great library is a great city, so families looking for real estate in Denver have yet another reason to look at Stapleton, one of the fastest growing neighborhoods in the metro area. With 28,000 square feet of space, the new Sam Gary Library is a long-awaited promise to a neighborhood that is Read More
July 30, 2012 - 2:38 PM
Marketing trends and refinancing are on the rise for real estate in Denver, according to the Denver Post. The entire state of Colorado exhibited 10 percent overall growth, with Denver counties showing an increase of 17.8 percent. With a slowly improving economy and more couples relocating to family-friendly Read More

Home Sales in Denver are up in 2012

A rise in median income has resulted in a sharp rise for Denver's housing market.

July 26, 2012 - 4:20 PM
Set to return the Mile High City, the Great American Beer Festival is likely to prompt some visitors to look more closely at options for real estate in Denver. Downtown Denver is known for its history of brewing, as beer giant Coors Light is headquartered here, so it's no surprise that the festival Read More

Great American Beer Festival draws crowds to downtown Denver

Set to return the Mile High City, the Great American Beer Festival is likely to prompt some visitors to look more closely at options for real estate in Denver. Downtown Denver is known for its history of brewing, as beer giant Coors Light is headquartered here, so it's no surprise that the festival planners chose to keep their destination at the downtown Denver Convention Center.

July 23, 2012 - 2:50 PM
With record-breaking dry spells throughout Colorado making this summer a scorcher, the Denver suburb of Lakewood just offered a great way to cool the neighborhood off. According to the Denver Post, the $1.7 million that was needed for repairs to the once-dilapidated Surfside Spray Park was granted and Read More
July 17, 2012 - 4:54 PM
If you are a foodie and settling into one of the homes for sale in Denver, you will soon be able to find all of your fresh fruits and vegetables organically in the new urban garden that broke ground at the Colorado Convention Center downtown. Called Blue Bear Farm, the project sponsored by hospitality Read More
July 16, 2012 - 12:42 PM
In the Denver suburb of Aurora, eight light rail stations are planning to be installed under the clever name of FasTracks, according to Colorado publication The Aurora Sentinel. With more and more businesses, shops and real estate in Denver moving outwards into the suburbs, transportation officials hope the Read More

Denver suburb to install light rail

Eight train stations are to be installed in Aurora.

July 12, 2012 - 3:28 PM
Home sales prices in the Denver metro area continued to rise at a higher rate than the national average in June, according to a July 10 home price index report from real estate data company Clear Capital. The report showed a rebound of national home prices with 1.7 percent yearly gains and an improvement in Read More

Denver real estate market improving at a faster rate than rest of the country

Home sales prices in the Denver metro area continued to rise at a higher rate than the national average in June, according to a home price index report from real estate data company Clear Capital released July 10.

July 11, 2012 - 4:49 PM
The Denver Development Services’ office reported an increase in the issuance of permits and site-development plans by comparison to last year, The Denver Post reported. Some take this as an indication of an upswing in home improvement projects and new construction. With renovations on the rise, this Read More

Real estate in Denver continues to exhibit growth

The Denver Development Services’ office reported an increase in the issuance of permits and site-development plans by comparison to last year, The Denver Post reported.

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