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Dillon Town Council clears way for controversial five-story condo

Dillon Town Council clears way for controversial five-story condo

The Dillon Town Council unanimously cleared the way for a five-story condominium building in downtown Dillon on Tuesday night amid the objections of many in the packed council chambers, who argued the building would be too big and even threatened a class-action lawsuit.

Dillon Town Council clears way for controversial five-story condo

Dillon Town Council clears way for controversial five-story condo

The Dillon Town Council unanimously cleared the way for a five-story condominium building in downtown Dillon on Tuesday night amid the objections of many in the packed council chambers, who argued the building would be too big and even threatened a class-action lawsuit.

Older renters more burdened than younger ones in Denver, defying stereotype

Older renters more burdened than younger ones in Denver, defying stereotype

Each month, a large share of young adults in metro Denver are stretching financially to make the rent. Not as well known is that tenants their parents’ and grandparents’ age are financially burdened at even higher rates, according to a study from Abodo, an apartment search engine.

Older renters more burdened than younger ones in Denver, defying stereotype

Older renters more burdened than younger ones in Denver, defying stereotype

in Denver, 43.1 percent of millennials, the generation of today’s adults under age 36, spend more than 30 percent of their incomes on rent.  About 44.1 percent of Denver renters in Generation X are rent burdened, while 48.6 percent of baby boomers, who were born between 1946 and 1964 are in that camp.

White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructure

White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructure

A White House advisory council on infrastructure Thursday became the latest casualty of the pique of business leaders over President Donald Trump’s response to the hate-fueled violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructure

White House disbands another advisory council, this one on infrastructure

A White House advisory council on infrastructure Thursday became the latest casualty of the pique of business leaders over President Donald Trump’s response to the hate-fueled violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Colorado families sue over floor joists off-gassing formaldehyde fumes

Colorado families sue over floor joists off-gassing formaldehyde fumes

Two northern Colorado families have sued Weyerhaeuser because flame proofing on floor joists filled their home with a noxious gas. Builder Richmond Homes has promised to replace the joists in their homes and others.

Families sue over floor joists off-gassing formaldehyde fumes

Families sue over floor joists off-gassing formaldehyde fumes

Two northern Colorado families have sued Weyerhaeuser because flame proofing on floor joists filled their home with a noxious gas. Builder Richmond Homes has promised to replace the joists in their homes and others.

Denver buyers developing an attachment to townhomes as fewer new homes list under $400K

Denver buyers developing an attachment to townhomes as fewer new homes list under $400K

Nearly three in 10 of the new homes hitting the market are attached, up from a low of 15.8 percent of the mix in 2012 and the highest share for that kind of housing since 2008.

New tower fuels concerns over changing face of San Francisco

New tower fuels concerns over changing face of San Francisco

More than 60 stories above the ground, construction workers climb makeshift stairs and cross narrow steel planks to put the finishing touches on Salesforce Tower, now San Francisco’s tallest building.