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Rising cost of living emerges as key issue at Colorado Statehouse — but parties are far apart on solutions

Rising cost of living emerges as key issue at Colorado Statehouse — but parties are far apart on solutions

There are already two bills on the subject with bipartisan support to extend tax credits for affordable housing and child care. But early on, the most ambitious proposals appear significantly more likely to land in a 2018 campaign ad than on the governor’s desk to be signed into law.

Rising cost of living emerges as key issue at Colorado Statehouse — but parties are far apart on solutions

Rising cost of living emerges as key issue at Colorado Statehouse — but parties are far apart on solutions

There are already two bills on the subject with bipartisan support to extend tax credits for affordable housing and child care. But early on, the most ambitious proposals appear significantly more likely to land in a 2018 campaign ad than on the governor’s desk to be signed into law.

A century before Amazon H2Q, Denver and other cities battled for coveted Federal Reserve regional bank

A century before Amazon H2Q, Denver and other cities battled for coveted Federal Reserve regional bank

A century before Amazon created a national frenzy to host its second headquarters, U.S. cities battled to claim one of a dozen regional banks that would make up the newly formed Federal Reserve system. Denver lost that bidding war to Kansas City, but claimed a branch that will celebrate 100 years on Jan. 14.

Metro Denver’s housing market could find modesty in 2018

Metro Denver’s housing market could find modesty in 2018

Metro Denver’s housing market, after running hot for several years, should turn in a more middling performance next year — but that won’t necessarily be a bad thing.

Metro Denver’s housing market could find modesty in 2018

Metro Denver’s housing market could find modesty in 2018

Metro Denver’s housing market, after running hot for several years, should turn in a more middling performance next year — but that won’t necessarily be a bad thing.

Denver’s got a co-working space that was made by women for women

Denver’s got a co-working space that was made by women for women

A new niche co-working space recently opened in Denver’s Clayton neighborhood. Its target demo? Half of the human population.

Denver’s got a co-working space that was made by women for women

Denver’s got a co-working space that was made by women for women

A new niche co-working space recently opened in Denver’s Clayton neighborhood. Its target demo? Half of the human population.

It’s not your imagination — new gyms and fitness centers are cropping up at an impressive rate in metro Denver

It’s not your imagination — new gyms and fitness centers are cropping up at an impressive rate in metro Denver

If you feel like there is a new gym on every corner, you’re not wrong. Gyms and fitness centers are opening at an impressive clip in large-format retail spaces across the metro area.

A quarter of Denver renters are severely burdened by prices, Harvard study says

A quarter of Denver renters are severely burdened by prices, Harvard study says

Nearly one in four renters in metro Denver spend half or more more of their monthly paychecks just to keep a roof over their heads, and the ratio of severely burdened renters is even higher in other metro areas in the state, according to a study from Harvard University.

More Coloradans moving out as population growth brings traffic headaches, higher home prices

More Coloradans moving out as population growth brings traffic headaches, higher home prices

Ten thousand more people left Colorado in 2016 than in 2015 and the outflow last year was nearly 30,000 above the 2010 to 2015 average of 163,368 residents departing for other states, according to the American Community Survey that the U.S. Census Bureau conducts each year.