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Joe’s Liquors license renewed in RiNo after agreeing not to serve “habitual drunkards”

Joe’s Liquors license renewed in RiNo after agreeing not to serve “habitual drunkards”

Family-owned liquor store in the rapidly gentrifying RiNo reached good-neighbor agreement banning it from selling to visibly intoxicated people.

A cabin for a rich girl: John Oates’ log home in Aspen is on the market for $6 million

A cabin for a rich girl: John Oates’ log home in Aspen is on the market for $6 million

Woody Creek ranchette has a house, caretaker’s quarters and room to shelter a couple of llamas and alpacas.

My kingdom for a house? Boulder County fourth nationwide for fewest houses for sale

My kingdom for a house? Boulder County fourth nationwide for fewest houses for sale

Boulder County is among the markets with the fewest houses available to buy, according to a new report from insurer Nationwide.

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch’s $1.675M home includes stellar mountain views and room for horses

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch’s $1.675M home includes stellar mountain views and room for horses

In anticipation of his move to D.C., Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch recently listed his Boulder mansion for $1.675 million.

Owner of fix-flip real estate company in Colorado Springs pleads guilty to federal charges

Owner of fix-flip real estate company in Colorado Springs pleads guilty to federal charges

The owner of a real estate company tied to the “We Buy Ugly Houses” national chain has pleaded guilty to a federal wire fraud charge, according to the U.S. attorney’s office in Denver.

Sakura Square names development team to help reimagine downtown Denver block

Sakura Square names development team to help reimagine downtown Denver block

Sakura Square has chosen a development team that includes the Pritzker Prize-winning Japanese architect behind the Aspen Art Museum to lead the reimagining of its prime downtown block.

Sakura Square names development team to help re-imagine downtown Denver block

Sakura Square names development team to help re-imagine downtown Denver block

Sakura Square has chosen a development team that includes the Pritzker Prize-winning Japanese architect behind the Aspen Art Museum to lead the re-imagining of its prime downtown block.

Summit County questions Vail Resorts’ commitment to workforce housing

Summit County questions Vail Resorts’ commitment to workforce housing

Summit County officials are questioning Vail Resorts’ commitment to building workforce housing after the resort company declined to pay $150,000 to help develop the Village at Wintergreen in Keystone. Vail Resorts previously announced it had $30 million to spend for employee housing projects.

The 5 Biggest Yard and Patio Staging Mistakes

The 5 Biggest Yard and Patio Staging Mistakes

By Amalie Drury, guest contributor A great outdoor space is at the top of many home buyers’ checklists. So even if your listing doesn’t include a large lawn or an over-the-top patio, it’s important to show buyers that the home still offers the perks of an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. Be sure to avoid these common outdoor […]

Would Aurora homeowners support building a racetrack if it’s at least a half-mile from their door?

Would Aurora homeowners support building a racetrack if it’s at least a half-mile from their door?

The Aurora City Council will vote Monday whether to send to a November ballot measure a proposal for an entertainment district that could include a NASCAR-style racetrack, one that would be no closer than a half-mile from any home in Aurora.