RiNo tortilla company boosts production

AMY DIPIERRO OCTOBER 25, 2016 Rich Schneider holds a bag of tortilla chips in the manufacturing plant. (Amy DiPierro) Rich Schneider will be the first to say that many of his company’s chips and tortillas – like varieties made with seaweed and spent grain from brewing beer – are not meant to crack every market. […]

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 […]

Out of the flood, tiny house hotel sprouts up in Lyons

WeeCasa is an inn, but also lets people try tiny-house living before they buy   Kathryn Scott, Special to The Denver Post People line up in front of one of the tiny hotels for their turn to see the inside of the building. WeeCasa Tiny Home Hotel hosts a tiny home tour in Lyons on […]

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 | newsroom@denverpost.com October 18, 2016 Average metro Denver apartment rents declined last quarter […]

29 Zen townhomes replacing Lambourn House

POSTED BY JOHN REBCHOOK · OCTOBER 19, 2016 Shown is a rending of 29 Zen, designed by Sanzpont Arquitecura and developed by Sagebrush. Some units will sell for about $1 million. A Denver developer plans a 14-unit, luxury townhome development on a Northwest Denver site that will replace the former Lambourn House, which neighbors unsuccessfully tried […]

Developers break ground on former Cap Hill garage

BURL ROLETT OCTOBER 18, 2016 Construction is underway at the former Penn Garage, to create 29 condos on Ogden Street. (Burl Rolett) The developer behind a Capitol Hill condo project is ready to punch the accelerator. Construction is underway at the former Penn Garage, which is getting turned into four floors of condos at the […]

Denver developers have seen the future of parking, and it is no parking at all

By EMILIE RUSCH | erusch@denverpost.com PUBLISHED: October 15, 2016 Parking is being constructed that can be converted to “active” uses, such as housing, retail and office space The future of parking is no parking. Or at least a lot less parking. A growing cadre of developers in Denver and beyond aren’t passively waiting for the day autonomous vehicles overtake their human-driven predecessors. They’re […]

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 […]

Bankrupt timeshare firm owes $120M in deposits it can’t pay back

AMY DIPIERRO OCTOBER 13, 2016 One of Quintess’ Vail listings, “The Cougar’s Lair,” includes a patio spa, a third-level deck, and access to the slopes. (Quintess website) The cash crunch at a Broomfield-based luxury timeshare business got so bad this year, there wasn’t money to keep paying lawyers every time disgruntled customers sued to get […]