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Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Metro Denver’s real estate boom may still have room to run, but developers  behind several high-profile projects in the region said they are turning cautious.

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Metro Denver’s real estate boom may still have room to run, but developers  behind several high-profile projects in the region said they are turning cautious.

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Metro Denver’s real estate boom may still have room to run, but developers  behind several high-profile projects in the region said they are turning cautious.

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Lenders and developers turn cautious on metro Denver over costs, worker shortages

Metro Denver’s real estate boom may still have room to run, but developers  behind several high-profile projects in the region said they are turning cautious.

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.

Behind the scenes of Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

Behind the scenes of Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

State documents shared with the Denver Post included redacted references to the sites and incentives, but the series of emails revealed a coordinated effort by state leaders to brainstorm early and include as many strategic partners as possible, from local universities and agencies to private firms from Xcel Energy and Zayo Group.

Behind the scenes of Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

Behind the scenes of Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

State documents shared with the Denver Post included redacted references to the sites and incentives, but the series of emails revealed a coordinated effort by state leaders to brainstorm early and include as many strategic partners as possible, from local universities and agencies to private firms from Xcel Energy and Zayo Group.

Behind the scenes of Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

Behind the scenes of Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

State documents shared with the Denver Post included redacted references to the sites and incentives, but the series of emails revealed a coordinated effort by state leaders to brainstorm early and include as many strategic partners as possible, from local universities and agencies to private firms from Xcel Energy and Zayo Group.

Newly released documents show nitty-gritty of Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

Newly released documents show nitty-gritty of Colorado’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters

State documents shared with the Denver Post included redacted references to the sites and incentives, but the series of emails revealed a coordinated effort by state leaders to brainstorm early and include as many strategic partners as possible, from local universities and agencies to private firms from Xcel Energy and Zayo Group.

$3.27 billion and counting: Money going into Denver construction projects set to blow away record in 2017

$3.27 billion and counting: Money going into Denver construction projects set to blow away record in 2017

The amount of money being pumped into construction projects in Denver is on a record-smashing pace in 2017. And, despite a rebuke from the auditor on the topic this summer, the city’s planning and development office says new procedures, technology and a larger staff are helping it deliver faster, better customer service amid the building rush.