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Denver City Council extends “garden court” moratorium on some row homes until mid-2018

Denver City Council extends “garden court” moratorium on some row homes until mid-2018

A year-old Denver moratorium on some “slot homes” that use the garden-court form was extended through mid-2018 Monday night by the City Council.

Denver City Council extends “garden court” moratorium on some row homes until mid-2018

Denver City Council extends “garden court” moratorium on some row homes until mid-2018

A year-old Denver moratorium on some “slot homes” that use the garden-court form was extended through mid-2018 Monday night by the City Council.

Former Colorado mortgage board chairman accused of stealing test questions for his employer

Former Colorado mortgage board chairman accused of stealing test questions for his employer

A former gubernatorial appointee who oversaw the state board that regulates Colorado’s mortgage loan originators for years allegedly stole test questions used by the national agency that certifies that profession, then repurposed them at a company where he helped people pass the exam, according to a federal lawsuit.

8 Home Projects with a High ROI

8 Home Projects with a High ROI

Article Submitted by Fixr.com With warmer weather and longer days, summer is the ideal time of year to take on a project in or around your home. Many contractors and other pros often find this time of year a little slower, as many homeowners are waiting until fall to tackle big interior projects, which means that […]

Drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

Drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

The clash between growing communities and oil and gas production in northeastern Colorado, heightened by a deadly home explosion this spring, will only intensify in coming years, a Denver Post analysis of drilling permits suggests.

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

The clash between growing communities and oil and gas production in northeastern Colorado, heightened by a deadly home explosion this spring, will only intensify in coming years, a Denver Post analysis of drilling permits suggests.

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

The clash between growing communities and oil and gas production in northeastern Colorado, heightened by a deadly home explosion this spring, will only intensify in coming years, a Denver Post analysis of drilling permits suggests.

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

The clash between growing communities and oil and gas production in northeastern Colorado, heightened by a deadly home explosion this spring, will only intensify in coming years, a Denver Post analysis of drilling permits suggests.

Windows of new Denver high-rise do double duty as off-site Denver Art Museum exhibits

Windows of new Denver high-rise do double duty as off-site Denver Art Museum exhibits

The installations offer something far better to look at than shadowy drywall or for-lease signs.

Windows of new Denver high-rise do double duty as off-site Denver Art Museum exhibits

Windows of new Denver high-rise do double duty as off-site Denver Art Museum exhibits

The installations offer something far better to look at than shadowy drywall or for-lease signs.