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.
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The state’s aging population and the growth of new jobs in low-wage industries are lowering incomes overall even as the economy booms.
Typically, higher mortgage rates moderate increases in home prices Higher mortgage rates aren’t restraining home price gains.
Mortgage rates fell modestly this week, keeping them in line with the best levels in more than 8 months. Even though the Fed hiked its short-term rates on Wednesday, mortgages (and other longer term rates) had already adjusted for that likelihood and i…
Long a fixture of Denver’s city skyline, TIAA will soon have a presence at street level, too.
Heather Suchyta’s new home may be tiny, but it has a million dollar view of Emerald Mountain and it’s providing her with her reality TV debut.
Dead car dealership? Vacant mall? Toll Brothers sees redevelopment opportunity.
$149 million Western Colorado ranch built for founder of Discovery Channel comes with its own observatory
Discovery Channel creator John Hendricks is selling his Western Colorado ranch for $149 million
One of the most significant listings in the American West, West Creek Ranch, is a spectacularly diverse private land and estate property boasting one of the finest residences and land parcels in the world.
Englewood asks: Can accessory dwelling units help tamp down sky-high metro-area home prices, rentals
Interest in offering accessory dwelling units as living spaces is picking up speed as housing costs and rental rates continue to skyrocket in the Denver metro area. Englewood is hosting an open house on the topic Tuesday night