Arvada Neighborhood: Don’t Let the Small-Town Feel Fool You

When you have a chance to live in a place famous for being the site of a legendary gold strike, you know you’re looking at a town that has the perfect blending of history, charm, character and vitality. In fact, the Arvada neighborhood near Denver is designated in the National Register of Historic Places for […]

One of Denver’s Oldest (And Charming) Neighborhoods

There’s something truly exciting about living in an area that is evolving and transforming into an authentic multi-use neighborhood. The Golden Triangle neighborhood of Denver features a creative blending of 19th and 20th century bungalows, Victorian styled homes and more recently, loft developments and condominiums. Residents feel an unmistakable young aura as the area goes […]

University Denver: This Urban Neighborhood is MUCH More Than a College Town

The University Denver neighborhood is a perfect blend of old style architecture with a palpable youthful ambiance due to the University situated here. Those looking for a fascinating place to live, seasoned with a mix of homes ranging from tiny bungalows to grand estates, to mid-century ranch style homes, love finding this attractive youthful vibe […]

N.Y. hotelier nabs historic Uptown school for $7M

BURL ROLETT DECEMBER 13, 2016 Cathedral High School was built in 1921 and remained open until 1982. (Burl Rolett) A New York developer now has the keys to a century-old Uptown school building. An entity headed by Shift Workspaces owner Grant Barnhill sold the former Cathedral High School in Uptown to a New York-based hotelier. The […]

Colorado governments this year share in $60 million worth of Lottery funds

$1.5 billion Powerball helped drive record distributions for conservation projects   Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post People buy Powerball lottery tickets in hopes of winning the $1.5 billion jackpot at Safeway on January 12, 2016 in Estes Park. By DAVID MIGOYA | December 13, 2016 Colorado this week gave more than $14.3 million […]

Unico Properties sells Writer Square for $525.13 per square foot

Writer Square has changed hands for $95.28 million, becoming one of a handful of downtown Denver assets to trade for more than $500 per square foot. Unico Properties sold the office/retail property, located at Larimer Street and the Sixteenth Street mall, to GKT Writer Square LLC, a Kroenke Group affiliate. Unico and LaSalle Investment Management […]

Townhome developer to bring a little ‘Cherry Creek’ to Golden Triangle

BURL ROLETT DECEMBER 6, 2016 Moonstar bought the quarter-acre site at 990 Acoma St. for $1.65 million. (Burl Rolett) Twenty-one new homes are coming to the Golden Triangle. Moonstar Investments is planning new homes in the Golden Triangle, ranging from $600,000 units to $1.1 million duplexes measuring about 2,400 square feet at 10th Avenue and Acoma […]

Madison & Co. brokers split to launch own firm

BURL ROLETT DECEMBER 7, 2016 Two Denver apartment brokers are adjusting to life as their own bosses. Kyle Malnati and Greg Johnson have launched Calibrate Real Estate, after working together at Madison & Co. Properties for about four years. Malnati said the new firm will help clients buy and sell Central Denver apartment buildings with […]

Amazon browsing for downtown office

BURL ROLETT DECEMBER 6, 2016 The world’s highest-grossing Internet company is looking at adding an office in downtown Denver. An Amazon employee based here confirmed that the tech giant is laying the groundwork for a local office, but declined to talk on the record. The source said that Amazon is in negotiations for real estate. […]

It’s not your imagination: Colorado drivers are really bad, insurance study confirms

DUI, speeding less of an issue than failure to signal and running red lights   RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post Traffic stopped west bound Interstate 70 near Georgetown, Nov. 17, 2016. By ALDO SVALDI | PUBLISHED: December 1, 2016 Driving on Colorado’s roads can be a white-knuckle affair, and it isn’t just about traffic jams, […]