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December 2018

Found 3 blog entries for December 2018.

 

 A long-time topic of development discussion as the River Mile area (think old Elitch Gardens location) is some of the last land available in Denver and infamous for winning an award of ‘worst parking crater in America’– it is no surprise the development of this area has been a topic of hotly debated contention.That said, as of December 15th, the River Mile won approvals for 58 acres of spanning infrastructure including most notably, two to the city’s tallest buildings (59 stories) suited to fit 8,000 residents AND 1,200 affordable units. Worthy of bolded emphasis, these factors were some of the biggest barriers to getting plan approvals. In order to adhere to recently city council approvals, Invesco developers had agreed to make 15% of units

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Speaking of Denver being the 2nd best ranked millennial boomtown (Denver Post) ranked only behind San Francisco, a round of applause for welcoming yet another SF tech company, Iterable – who has decided to make Denver their next point of expansion from their coastal locations. Although you may not be familiar with the exact company name, Iterable is responsible for client accounts quite well-known including Zillow and Spotify. Iterable has landed 10 employees in Denver so far while being ‘blown away’ at the level of talent Denver has, as many other tech companies (ei; Facebook) have also found. The founder of Iterable said ‘we have made 10 hires in a week, in San Francisco it might take a month or more’. Denver comes in with strong rakings for

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The answers we have all been waiting for; what's to come with the housing market in the upcoming year is likely one of the most conversated about and speculative topics out there right now. Although there is no short or precise answer to this question, here are the major predictive takeaways right now (in a nutshell).
  Bubbles
Despite threats and talks of forlorn bubble burst and recession, in reality  what we will more likely see is a normalized version of a slowed economy reflected in appreciation rates around 3%. Although this number seems as dismal as the interest your earning on your Chase Savings account (in comparison to the double digit growth rates we have been experiencing), it is not a reason to put off buying. Even at…
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