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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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Redline

Not Exactly: What Home Means to Those without One

Is an art exhibit capable of ending homelessness? No, not exactly. But RedLine's newest exhibit may very well spark discourse by authentically and tactfully capturing the experience of living without shelter. Not Exactly opens at the nonprofit art lab June 1.

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Barnum Dodges Brunt of Denver Boom, with Mixed Results

Even as most of Denver's urban neighborhoods have seen an influx of development that's pushing real estate prices higher, not much has changed in Barnum, one of the city's last bastions of affordability.

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Space to Create Ridgway: Taking the squeeze off creative entrepreneurs

For tiny Rigway, Colorado, population 960, the goal of an affordable housing complex is to keep artists and others living locally.

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Confluence Q & A: The Future of Public Housing with Ismael Guerrero

As Confluence Denver wraps up its six-part series on the Denver Housing Authority, the organization’s executive director, Ismael Guerrero, discusses his agency's strategies for a rapidly-growing city.

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A Vision for Westwood

Re:Vision got started in southwest Denver's Westwood neighborhood with urban agriculture initiatives aimed at quenching one of the city's driest food deserts. Now the nonprofit has moved into creative placemaking to plant the seeds for an art district.
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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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