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Lofts in the Ballpark area of Denver.


PricewaterhouseCoopers recently named Denver one of the top 20 real estate markets in the country to watch. Rent wars are not uncommon and houses are selling, on average, after about 33 days on the market. Not only has neighborhood revitalization resulted in some brilliant remodels of Denver’s finest Victorians, developers have taken on some massive loft rehab projects. Even new neighborhoods – those circa the 1950s and 60s – are getting facelifts. The message has been received. People want to live here. 

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The Boutique Boom: A New Crop of Hotels, Specializing in Personality, Welcome Denver Visitors

Across Denver's developing neighborhoods, boutique hotels, like the Born, Maven and Halcyon, are redefining the hospitality industry and filling a niche in a wide-ranging construction boom that is bringing dozens of new hotels and thousands of guest rooms to the city. They aim to lure travelers and entertain locals at the same time.

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In Westwood, Art Ascends and Transcends

In southwest Denver, Morrison Road is the spine of the newly certified Westwood Creative District. The neighborhood's Mexican-American heritage is shaping an organic approach to placemaking and revitalization.

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At Sakura Square: Wariness Over Changes to Historic Home for Denver's Japanese Community

With a noted development team and world-famous architect at the ready, a proposed overhaul is in the works for the site of Denver's annual Cherry Blossom Festival. But will a revitalization of this Japanese-American block in Denver bring new life to Sakura Square, while preserving its deep history and mission?

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Denver Hits an Affordable Housing Goal, But Still Has a Journey Ahead

The city plans to announce a new strategy Sept. 19 to help residents challenged by high rents.

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Creativity Blooms in Crested Butte

The Crested Butte Creative District is one of the most imaginative square miles in Colorado. While its challenges aren't odd for a ski town, local support for the arts is at a higher level.
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New & Next: Developing Colorado's Innovation Economy

Dana Keller of Koelbel and Company says real estate development is helping drive innovation in Colorado.
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