- INC adopts a platform on neighbors role on development.
- Higher density development would not be allowed if it worsens traffic and parking.
- City departments wants to work with INC on its far-reaching proposal.
Some neighbors opposed this planned luxury apartment community in West Highland, even though zoning allows it.
Registered Neighborhood Organizations would play a much bigger role in developments in Denver, under a platform recently adopted by a group that represents 100 of the 211 RNOs in the city. Continue reading Neighbors want bigger say in zoning
- Art festival seeks new home in downtown Denver.
- Festival has drawn more than 140,000 people in 2 years.
- Denver Performing Arts Complex not working out.
The Downtown Denver Art Festival is looking for a new home.
An art festival that has drawn more than 140,000 people to its annual event at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, is looking for a new home. Continue reading Festival seeks new downtown Denver home
- More than a dozen new projects coming to Stapleton.
- Stapleton is the nation’s 6th best selling master-planned community.
- New projects range from restaurants to industrial properties.
The Four Friends restaurant is one of about a dozen businesses that will soon land in Stapleton.
More than a dozen new projects have either recently opened or will be completed in the next year in Stapleton, officials said on Tuesday. Continue reading Coming to Stapleton soon: many new businesses
- Coldwell Banker releases luxury home report.
- Report shows big jump from September.
- Flat from October 2013.
Luxury home sales in the Denver area rose 19.4 percent in October from September, but were flat from October 2013, according to a report released today by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Continue reading Coldwell Banker: Luxury home sales rise 19%
- ULI and PwC sponsor Emerging Trends report.
- Denver ranked No. 4.
- Millennials an important reason for Denver’s ranking.
Denver ranked 4th in ULI’s Emerging Trends report.
A Who’s Who of real estate leaders across the country believe that Denver will be one of the top markets for real estate prospects in 2015, are the Mile High City remains a magnet for Millennials. Continue reading Denver ranks 4th in Emerging Trends
- Huge shopping center coming to Castle Rock.
- It’s being developed by Alberta Development and Forum Real Estate.
- Center is one of the largest going forward in the U.S.
A site plan for one of the nation’s largest shopping centers moving forward
Developers this afternoon will celebrated the ground breaking of a $177 million, 1-million-square-foot destination retail center in Castle Rock, one of the largest shopping centers under construction in the nation. Continue reading Castle Rock getting one of nation’s largest malls
- Galvanize leases 27,000 square feet in PearlWest.
- The PearlWest site formerly housed the Boulder Daily Camera, a newspaper.
- Nichols Partnership expects a LEED certification for PearlWest.
The rooftop deck at the Platinum LEED PearlWest will provide green space open to the public.
Galvanize, the fast-growing Denver company that provides collaborative space for high-tech leaders, investors and digital start-ups, has signed a lease for one of the most energy-efficient and sustainable new office developments in Boulder. Continue reading Galvanize inks deal at PearlWest
3rd Quarter Cherry Creek Retail Vacancy Rates, 2009-2014. Source: Patty Silverstein, Development Research Partners.
Stores in Cherry Creek appeared to have recovered from the worst of the construction woes that even drove some retailers out of business, indicates a report released today. Continue reading Cherry Creek retail shrugs off construction; retail vacancies at record low
- Denver-based RE/MAX releases its 3rd Quarter earnings.
- Net profits up 82.6%
- Dave Liniger gives InsideRealEstateNews.com an exclusive interview.
The line item in the third-quarter earnings report released on Thursday by Denver-based RE/MAX Holdings Inc. is titled: “Chairman executive compensation.” Continue reading Your salary was probably higher than Dave Liniger’s
- Winners of Mayor’s Design Awards.
- 15 winners honored tonight.
- Winners represent an eclectic mix.
A 16th Street Mall event was one of the winners of a Mayor’s Design Award.
An alley transformed into a veritable art gallery by street artists.
An eclectic, super-energy efficient modern home in the still primarily industrial part of the RiNo neighborhood.
A building made out of reclaimed shipping crates.
An event on the 16th Street Mall that detoured the free shuttle buses to encourage and showcase the benefits of walking and biking.
These are examples of the diverse buildings, places and events honored in the 2014 Mayor’s Design Awards.
Continue reading Mayor’s design winners a diverse lot