- Mayor Hancock other leaders support East I-70 solution.
- Partial Cover Lowered Alternative endorsed for I-70.
- Today is the last day of public comments for C-DOT.
A preliminary drawing of what a portion of the Partial Cover Lowered Alternative could look like along I-70.
Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock and a coalition of regional leaders today announced their support for the Partial Cover Lowered Alternative for the Interstate 70 East project as the solution to resolve the challenges that face the primary transportation arterial and the affected surrounding neighborhoods. Continue reading Hancock, others support I-70 solution
- The former Asarco operation in Globeville is a Superfund site.
- Trammell Crow is buying the 77 acres from EFG.
- When completed, it could have 1 million square feet.
What was once one of the most polluted sites in Denver — the former Asarco smelter operation in Globeville — will be transformed into a giant industrial park under a plan confirmed on Thursday by the Trammell Crow Co. Continue reading Globeville site to be developed
- Q&A with Lane Hornung.
- Hornung is CEO and founder of 8z Real Estate.
- Disconnect between buyers and sellers easing.
Basics are important. Continue reading Hornung: Housing market healthy, not frenzied
- Lawsuit against Buckley Annex not unexpected.
- Complaint only addresses 18-acres of 70-acre development.
- Density and heights have been drastically reduced.
A rendering of a portion of the Buckley Annex at Lowry.
The lawsuit filed in Denver District Court last week challenging a portion of what was known as the Buckley Annex at Lowry was not unexpected, an official said on Tuesday.
Continue reading Lowry lawsuit no surprise
- Koelbel is building homes in North Boulder.
- Koelbel is hosting an event this Thursday.
- The market-rate homes are priced from the low $500,000s.
A look at a home being built by Koelbel in North Boulder.
Koelbel Urban Homes already has accepted reservations on more than half of the 31 homes it is constructing in North Boulder, even though they will only officially offer the first four single-family homes in the community on Thursday. Continue reading Koelbel building Boulder homes
- Coldwell Banker releases luxury home sales report.
- High-end home sales were stronger than in September 2013.
- Typical seasonal drop from August seen.
This 16,150-square-foot home sold for $4.8 million in Cherry Hills Village in September.
Luxury home sales in the Denver area edged higher in September compared with September 2013, according to a report released today by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Colorado. Continue reading Luxury home sales pickup
- Case-Shiller releases its latest report today.
- Report tracks 20 major MSAs in August.
- Denver ranks 9th, with 6.3% YOY gain.
Snapshot of Denver-area home appreciation each August from 2009-2014. Source: Case-Shiller.
Even though home appreciation fell to a two-year low in the Denver area in August, according to the closely watched Case-Shiller index released today, the 6.3 percent year-over-year gain was welcomed by local real estate brokers. Continue reading Case-Shiller: Denver homes rise 6.3%
A rendering of a portion of the Buckley Annex at Lowry, now called Boulevard One.
A handful of neighbors have sued the city of Denver and the city’s Planning Board members to “challenge and reform,” what the complaint described as a “corrupt” process that led to the rezoning of a portion of the proposed 70-acre Buckley Annex at Lowry. Continue reading City sued over Lowry project
- An overflow crowd attended a celebration of Oliver Frascona’s life on Sunday.
- Mr. Frascona died in a plane crash on Aug. 31.
- Mr. Frascona was a rock star in the real estate community.
Oliver E. Frascona
Friends of the beloved Oliver E. Frascona, a “rock star” lawyer for Realtors, recalled and rejoiced the life of a man who touched thousands of lives, professionally and personally, during a career that spanned four decades. Continue reading Oliver Frascona’s life celebrated