Denver begins again to sweep homeless from Lawrence Street camps

Homeless had returned to the Lawrence Street camps after they were cleared out in March   RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post Denver police begin sweeps of homeless camps near the downtown Denver Recuse Mission on Nov. 15, 2016. By TOM MCGHEE | tmcghee@denverpost.com PUBLISHED: November 15, 2016 Denver police and city workers gathered Tuesday morning […]

Home Owners: Winterizing Your Home and/or Rental Property

Winterizing a home is about much more than sealing up cracks and cleaning out the furnace. Getting a home ready for the winter months will help families avoid skyrocketing energy bills while keeping them as comfortable as possible when the first few cold fronts move through the area. Here is a quick look at a […]

Converted church condo listed at $1.8M

The building was first a Presbyterian and later a Baptist church starting in 1906. (Courtesy Kentwood Cherry Creek) A condominium in one of the few church-turned-residences in Denver went on sale last week for $1.8 million. The condo at 2283 N. Ogden St. sports 30-foot ceilings, stained glass windows, and a balcony that was once […]

Denver apartment rents appear to be falling

Nov 1, 2016, Ben Miller   Two reports released this week seem to indicate that rents in Denver appear to be falling. The first, put out by San Francisco-based apartment app Zumper, indicated prices for one-bedroom apartment rentals in Denver have fallen 3.1 percent over the past year, and Denver is no longer on the list […]

S*Park Creates a Colorful Place to Call Home with a Rich Community Identity

The Curtis Park neighborhood of Denver has always showcased an abundance of diversity in its residents, social opportunities, variety of businesses and interesting housing options. Homes range from Queen Anne style to flat-roofed homes, Victorian mansions, and square brick turn-of-the-century style homes. Today, there is an entirely new and exciting home option in Curtis Park […]

Co-op grocery store will locate in new Aurora mixed-use development

http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2016/10/27/planned-metro-denver-co-op-grocery-store-will.html A group of residents from the Stapleton neighborhood announced plans to open a community-owned natural grocery store in Aurora’s Westlerly Creek Village development. Plans are underway for a 10,000-square-foot co-op called Nourish Community Market that will be on the ground-floor of a new mixed-used development, The Heights of Westerly Creek, at 2352 Dallas St. […]

8.8% gain lands Denver in 3rd place

POSTED BY JOHN REBCHOOK · OCTOBER 25, 2016 A historical look at the Case-Shiller Index. In August, Denver home prices rose 8.8%, year-over-year, continuing ts streak of being the third best city in the index. Denver-area home prices rose 8.8 percent in August, the third best market of the 20 cities tracked in the closely watched […]

Some buyers call classes by “Flip or Flop” stars misleading

In this Sept. 19, 2016 photo, Susan Martin displays some of the literature she has on how to flip homes, in her Chico, Calif., home. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS October 26, 2016 NEW YORK — For Doug Stephens, the free event seemed like a good way to learn how to flip homes. An online ad […]

Denver again tops Forbes’ list of ‘Best Places for Business and Careers’

Oct 19, 2016 By Caitlin Hendee Digital Producer / Social Engagement ManagerDenver Business Journal “A mecca for millennials.” A “hot destination for … companies in search of talent.” Enlarge Denver, with a population of 2,820,200, ranks 1st in the nation for career and business… more JULI SCALZI | THINKSTOCK Those are just a couple of the ways […]