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Classic Denver Home Styles

Look out your window just about anywhere in Denver and you’ll see signs of new construction; cranes, fencing, and dumpsters are dotting the skylines and city streets. This makes now a great time to reflect on the classic architectural styles

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The Charm of Tennyson Street

It’s always enjoyable to stroll leisurely along Berkeley’s pedestrian-friendly Tennyson Street from 38th Avenue to 44th Avenue. It’s a quirky and often lively street lined with a mix of historic houses and brand new residences and businesses. Tennyson Street is

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The Launch of The Source Hotel

On August 18th, The Source Hotel opened as a complement to The Source. The project is the result of a partnership between Zeppelin Development, Union Hotel Company River North, and River North Investment Partners. Designed by the award-winning Dynia Architects, the impressive

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Denver’s New Block

Many Denver residents have been eagerly awaiting the opening of Dairy Block at 1800 Wazee Street.  Windsor Dairy used to be housed here in a 1918 old red brick building.   It’s now part of what is known as an

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RiNo Crush, a gallery in the streets

Visiting the RiNo neighborhood of Denver is always intriguing, as there are frequently new places to visit and enticing new restaurants to try. The area is home to historic factories and warehouses, as well as creative new businesses. River North,

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A Trip to Japan Without Leaving the City

If you are visiting Domo Restaurant for the first time, you might wonder if you are in the right place. This multiple award-winning restaurant, at 1365 Osage Street, is very unassuming from the outside. Once you step inside though, you

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SLOAN’S LAKE PARK, A PARK WITH A VIEW

Sloan’s Lake Park in west Denver is the city’s second largest park, and it’s a beauty!  Spanning 177 acres, it’s a bit of an urban oasis.  In addition to water sports such as fishing, boating, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding,

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Authentic Cuisine Supporting Female Entrepreneurs

Do you love authentic, home-style Middle Eastern food? How about Mexican and Latin American food, created from recipes handed down through generations? Comal Heritage Food Incubator offers visitors the opportunity to eat delicious food, learn about other cultures, and support

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Art Installations Along the R-Line

Ready to ride the Light Rail through the heart of Aurora? RTD’s R Line is now running along I-225 through Aurora and connecting with the A-Line to the airport. There are eight new stations, and each features commissioned works of

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Stanley Marketplace

Fly on over to the Stanley Marketplace

Aurora residents have been impatiently waiting for the opening of the Stanley Marketplace.  Many of the businesses have finally opened, although you still see a lot of workers in hard hats and project managers intently studying blueprints in the common

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Adrift: A Tiki Oasis in Denver

If sub-freezing temperatures and slow, slushy commutes have you dreaming of the tropics (except for the fact that quitting your job is not a viable option), perhaps a visit to Adrift Tiki Bar would provide some solace. The interior is

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A Neighborhood Hall in the Heart of the City: The Denver Central Market

You can’t miss RiNo’s new marketplace, the Denver Central Market. Just look for the mural of a spunky, pink bandana-wearing hare riding a patient tortoise on the side of the H.H.Tammen building at 26th and Larimer. This approximately 12,000 feet

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Taking a Ride on RTD’s A Line

Have you taken the “Train to the Plane” yet? The University of Colorado A Line from Union Station to DIA has been up and running since April. It can be a convenient way to get to the airport, or you

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Get Your Cheese On at Sunnyside’s New Cheese + Provisions

Cheese + Provisions is a welcome addition to the Sunnyside neighborhood. Owners Steve and Kim Duty have been a part of the food and beverage industry for many years. Steve has been a chef and winemaker, and the couple also

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Cherry Bean Specialty Coffee

Simon Lagos is passionate about coffee and exuberant about his work. Simon is co-owner, along with brother-in-law Jose Vega, of Cherry Bean Specialty Coffee, located at 4059 Tejon Street. Simon, who came to Colorado from Honduras, states emphatically, “I love

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Whose House? Fred’s House!

Imagine having someone drive a car through the front window of your home, and then imagine living for four years with the damage caused by that accident, during which time multiple general contractors made promises to remedy the situation and

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Sunset Magazine’s Idea House 2015 is Imagined in Denver’s Hilltop

Sunset chose Denver as the location for their 2015 Idea House because “Denver best captures the current ‘spirit of the West’” but you don’t have to tell locals that. Learn more in 5280 magazine’s feature. Tours have already begun and

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The Effect of Legalized Marijuana on the Denver Warehouse Market

If you’re a Realtor in Denver you’ll inevitably get questions from clients about what effect legalization of marijuana has had on real estate. CNN Money recently did a piece reporting that marijuana has been a factor in the high demand for

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Denver’s River North Neighborhood Just Keeps Growing

Check out this article from the Denver Post detailing the huge commercial and residential real estate growth in Denver’s River North (Five Points) neighborhood. The commercial real estate market in Denver’s River North neighborhood is in a “feeding frenzy,” with

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Priced Out: Athmar Park as a Wash Park West Alternative

In part three of three, Adam offers an alternative to Wash Park West and highlights the hidden value in Athmar Park. Check out parts One and Two for more hidden gems when the Denver housing market has you feeling priced out.

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Priced Out: Sloan’s Lake? Why Not Edgewater?

Check out part 2 of Priced Out, where we explore the alternative neighborhoods in Denver, check out part one here If you have driven around Sloan’s Lake within the past year, it’s hard to ignore the overwhelming amount of development,

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