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October 2018

Found 3 blog entries for October 2018.

And with that, ‘go big’ doesn’t even seem to do justice when talking about this mass convention center development which includes 1.9 million square feet of hotel, restaurant, retail, and indoor and outdoor recreation space. To expand (excuse my play on words) – we’re talking 1,500 rooms, eight restaurants and bars, four ball rooms, 81 conference centers, three event lawns, a 20,000 square foot patio, an indoor and outdoor pool, spa, ‘experience shower’, putting course, basketball court, tennis courts, a lazy river, coffee shops, marketplace, and oh, a casual lake and geyser in the hotel lobby. If the shock factor is not enough, the $800 million Gaylord Rockies Resort is the biggest hotel under construction in the United States and has employed

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The question we have all been dying to know: What’s going on in the housing economy? While there is not a simple single faceted answer to this question, as it is more complex than any single stand alone factor – there are several core influencers which assist in painting a dynamic picture of our market's health. Below are listed statistics which span several key categories which can be used to analyze the current state of our housing economy. 

Prices are falling: Home prices in September fell an average 4% over all price ranges from August listing prices. For the first time in years Denver's notoriously 'hot' housing market has started to cool. This may be bad news for those currently trying to sell their homes, but inversely provides a…
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For those of you that aren’t aware of the major construction project going down (quite literally) on 1-70 and appropriately named The Central 70 Project – it is essentially a 10-mile reconstruction project which will bury the aging highway of 1-70 underground between I-25 and Chambers Road. As the Denver Post quoted ‘it’s time to bring this highway into the 21st century’ -- and with that what’s more 21st century than the decision to remove a 54-year-old viaduct, add two new express lanes, and place a 4-acre park with a planned farmer’s market and outdoor movie theater over one of the largest highways in the state? The plan is as mod millennial as it gets-- check out full details here. That said, a project of such magnitude does not come without

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