Berkeley: An Eclectic Neighborhood that Continues to Impress

One of the trendiest areas for real estate in Denver, Colorado is the Berkeley neighborhood, located in charming North-West Denver, in the Highlands district. From families to entrepreneurs, people from all walks of life are flocking to this artsy, revitalized neighborhood. The neighborhood has seen some major improvements in recent years and has flourished under […]

Denver apartment rents down — a little — for first time since 2013

Rents likely will remain steady through 2018, when the construction of thousands of new apartments wraps up   Brennan Linsley, The Associated Press In this June 29, 2016 photo, new apartment buildings line a street in downtown Denver. By THE DENVER POST | October 18, 2016 Average metro Denver apartment rents declined last quarter […]

Brooklyn’s set to expand near sports venues

BURL ROLETT OCTOBER 18, 2016 The Original Brooklyn’s restaurant at 2800 Morrison Road. (Burl Rolett) Not for nuttin, but a Denver restaurateur with outposts next to Denver’s major sports complexes is looking to expand its real estate a few first downs from Mile High Stadium. The owners of The Original Brooklyn’s restaurant are working on […]

10 Ways to Increase the Value of Your Rental Property

One of the biggest factors affecting rental property cash flow is the perception of its value in the eyes of potential renters. Anytime there is a transition between tenants is the perfect opportunity to spruce up the property and boost the rental value. The following are a few low-cost ways of attracting more tenants and […]

The Kitchen’s Kimbal Musk clashes with New York chef about future of food

Musk announced new Square Roots venture in August to encourage city dwellers to grow food in shipping containers   Denver Post file Kimbal Musk co-founder of The Kitchen, a restaurant in Boulder and Denver. He visited one of his company’s Learning Gardens at Cowell Elementary School in west Denver on Thursday August 15, 2013. By […]

A look inside the hot new RiNo food destination (Photos)

Sep 21, 2016, 4:32pm MDT Updated Sep 21, 2016 Denver has its food courts and its specialty markets. But come Sunday morning, the city will have the first place where people can buy fresh meat, produce and bread and can sit down at the same time to enjoy everything from a pizza, to a Jamaican […]

September: S*Park: A Closer Look at The Unbelievable Amenities

S*Park Condos in Denver’s RiNo district is on track to open next summer. This ultra-green community will offer several unique conveniences like a shared greenhouse for the community, heated underground parking, a widespread private central park and a handful of other outdoor amenities. The attention to detail and consideration for the environment and residents gleam […]

Highland-Denver Is Prevailing, and It’s Easy to See Why

Located immediately northwest of downtown Denver, the Highland neighborhood is quickly becoming one of the trendiest locations to live, work and play. This diverse part of town boasts an interesting mix of new and old, functional and bohemian that makes it appealing to young hipsters and older professionals alike. It’s quickly becoming one of the […]

The Five Best Street-Art Events in Denver in September

BY LINDSEY BARTLETT TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2016 Elle Street Art painting a fresh mural on September 12 for Colorado Crush 2016. September should just be called urban art month in the Mile High City because there are so many amazing, mural-centered events over the next few weeks.  The biggest and best is always saved for the […]

$150M affordable housing plan faces test vote, competing proposal in Denver council session

Is plan bold enough? Would it charge developers unfairly? Council members hold range of opinions Denver Post file Denver plans to raise more than $150 million over 10 years to address affordable housing. By JON MURRAY | PUBLISHED: September 12, 2016 Denver’s long-discussed $150 million plan to boost affordable housing construction faces uncertain waters ahead of […]