RiNo in Four Years, According to Developer Rendering

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016 AT 10:23 A.M. BY ANA CAMPBELL EXPAND RiNo in four years. The River North neighborhood has gone from industrial corridor to hipster magnet, full of bars, restaurants and apartment buildings. And this week, developers of the area released a rendering of what the neighborhood will look like in four years (see the […]

Renting versus Owning: It’s a Major Decision

An Important Decision One of the most critical housing decisions facing anyone in the urban Denver real estate marketplace today involves deciding whether or not to become a home owner or a renter? Every individual will resolve this question based upon unique personal needs and goals. However, some useful considerations impact most people attempting to […]

11.3% home increase, 3rd best in U.S.

POSTED BY JOHN REBCHOOK · SEPTEMBER 1, 2016   Denver home prices rose 11.3 percent in July, 3rd highest percentage gain in the U.S., according to Zillow. Denver home prices soared 11.3 percent in July from July 2015, the third best in the nation, according to a report released on Thursday by Zillow. Only Portland, with […]

S*Park Condos and Townhomes has Denver EAGER for details…

At the edge of Denver’s RiNo district, S*Park’s location at 26th and Lawrence has Denver residents and non-residents not just excited but overly CURIOUS.  Treehouse Denver, the exclusive Broker for S*Park, was willing to share some secrets about this beautiful, sustainable AND affordable new development and we are happy to report, you will not be […]

Why The Capitol Hill Denver Neighborhood Is HOT Right Now

If you’ve been looking to purchase a home in Denver, Colorado, chances are you’ve heard of the Capitol Hill neighborhood. In fact, it’s in the top five of most frequently searched Denver neighborhoods and is listed as the second most desirable neighborhood in Denver on real estate site Movoto. From its historic homes to its […]

$40M development bound for Welton Street

BURL ROLETT AUGUST 15, 2016 A rendering of the planned $40 million Lydian development .   Tally another $40 million of apartments to the Welton Street development boom. Confluence Companies and Palisade Partners have started work on another 129 apartments along Welton Street with retail and office space. Paul Books, who heads Palisade Partners, said he […]

Trammell Crow plans $90M apartments; obstacles loom

BURL ROLETT AUGUST 12, 2016 A rendering of the planned $90 million project, which includes more than 300 apartments on 11 stories. A busy Denver developer is picking up a LoDo apartment tower project that stalled and eventually fell apart around the time of the recession. Trammell Crow Residential is proposing a new 11-story apartment building […]

First-Time Buyers in a Hot Market

At Treehouse Brokerage and Development, we understand that purchasing a new home can be intimidating, especially for first-time homebuyers and particularly with the booming real estate market in Denver. With careful consideration, however, you can determine if a home purchase is right for you. Here are a few questions Treehouse real estate professionals recommend you […]

Denver Broncos want to own naming rights at their own football stadium

Aug 3, 2016 Monica Mendoza The Denver Broncos want to assume the naming rights of their own stadium and are willing to pay $19.9 million to do it. The team has filed a motion in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware to “assume the naming rights contract for Sports Authority Field at Mile High,” says a […]

Rent is up in Denver — but not as much as in Colorado Springs

Boulder and Denver tie for most expensive median two-bedroom apartment rent at $1,800 By DANIKA WORTHINGTON | dworthington@denverpost.com PUBLISHED: August 1, 2016 Metro Denver rents continued to rise in July, climbing 0.2 percent from the month before and increasing 3.2 percent from July of 2015. But the increase seems tiny compared to the run up […]