STEM on tap at TAXI

POSTED BY JOHN REBCHOOK · JUNE 28, 2016 STEM program at TAXI. STEM program is a partnership with Zeppelin Development and the Denver Public Library. STEM program kicks off today. A unit in Zeppelin Development’s Freight Residences. Zeppelin Development is partnering with the Denver Public Library to bring interactive STEM programming to the family-friendly Freight Residences apartment […]

Denver Club Building to add bowling alley as part of $10M renovation Chapel built for Mamie Eisenhower will be turned into co-working space

By EMILIE RUSCH | erusch@denverpost.com June 27, 2016 In the downtown office building amenity race, fitness centers, co-working lounges, bike storage and outdoor terraces have become almost commonplace. But a bowling alley just for tenants? The owners of the Denver Club Building, 518 17th St.,  are hoping to throw a strike with companies in the market for a new office home. Seattle-based […]

Foot loose: Denver No. 9 for walkability

POSTED BY JOHN REBCHOOK · JUNE 15, 2016 Denver is clearly foot loose. Maybe not like in the 1984 classic movie Footloose starring dance crazy Kevin Bacon, of course. Rather, Denver made the top 10 list of one of the most walkable metropolitan areas in the U.S., according to a report released on Tuesday. Denver ranked […]

Denver housing market leads nation for appreciation. Denver is the top market since the housing boom last decade and since 1991.

By ALDO SVALDI | asvaldi@denverpost.com Metro Denver is leaving last decade’s housing bust in the rear view mirror faster than any other major metro area in the country, according to a new study from HSH.com. Home prices are now 49.1 percent above the old high they reached in the first quarter of 2006. That is the biggest increase from the prior decade’s […]

Median price of one-bedroom apartment in Denver hit $1,390 in May – Cost to lease increasing at a faster pace than the national average

The cost of renting an apartment in Denver is rising again at a pace faster than the national average, with May offering little in terms of relief for local renters, according to a new report from San Francisco-based Apartment List. The median one-bedroom apartment rent in Denver was $1,390 last month. A two-bedroom unit ran $1,770. That’s an increase of 3.9 percent since last […]

Denver’s quietest neighborhoods

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10,000 new homes expected in Denver this year as builders kick into overdrive

Metro Denver home construction revved up in the first quarter, reaching a pace not seen since before the last recession, according to a report Wednesday from Metrostudy. Builders in metro Denver started 2,413 new homes in the first quarter, up 3 percent from the fourth quarter and 47 percent higher than the first quarter of 2015. New housing […]

A look inside some of Denver’s most creative office spaces by Built in Colorado

Article Link If you’ve ever spent time in a cramped cubicle or next to a noisy neighbor, you understand the value of a good office. Along with fun traditions and supportive policies, a startups’ office setup is a key way of manifesting the company’s culture. We visited three of Denver’s coolest tech offices to discover […]

College-educated Denver millennials need 15 years to save a down payment Denver Post

Nationally, a college-educated person who is under age 36 with no student debt needs about 5.3 years on average to save for a 20 percent down payment on a median-priced home, according to the survey of more than 30,000 renters. In metro Denver, that same renter will require 14.8 years to get enough set aside for […]

Denver apartment rents reach new highs by The Denver Post

Metro Denver apartment rents looked like they had peaked in August, but they broke through their old highs in April, according to a rent survey released this week by Axiometrics. The average apartment rent in Denver was $1,371 last month, up $23 from March and $58 more than the $1,313 in April 2015. It surpassed […]