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LoDo bars, restaurants and other businesses have adapted since Coors Field’s opening

LoDo bars, restaurants and other businesses have adapted since Coors Field’s opening

The quarter-century since the arrival of the Colorado Rockies franchise in Denver has fueled tremendous population and business growth in Lower Downtown and surrounding areas. With that, as bar owners and area residents well know, has come a revolving door of trends and tastes.

Lafayette eyes $3.5M land deal with Flatirons Community Church in bid for affordable housing

Lafayette eyes $3.5M land deal with Flatirons Community Church in bid for affordable housing

Lafayette officials could turn to Flatirons Community Church, the city’s oft-derided megachurch, in a bid to bring a cluster of affordable living into the housing-strapped community.

Marijuana real estate: Cannabis cultivation grows to 4.2 million square feet in Denver area

Marijuana real estate: Cannabis cultivation grows to 4.2 million square feet in Denver area

Marijuana’s voracious appetite for metro Denver real estate, once a driver of the industrial market’s recovery, is showing signs of pushing back from the table.

Price tag for Denver’s convention center expansion soars to $233 million as hotels offer to kick in money

Price tag for Denver’s convention center expansion soars to $233 million as hotels offer to kick in money

The cost of outfitting the Colorado Convention Center with a rooftop expansion has skyrocketed to $233 million, and Denver hotel owners say they will contribute to close the gap.

Private-home rental site Evolve plans major expansion after mastering Airbnb, HomeAway, travel sites

Private-home rental site Evolve plans major expansion after mastering Airbnb, HomeAway, travel sites

Figuring out the magic behind Airbnb and other private vacation-rental sites has propelled Denver’s Evolve Vacation Rental Network to new heights. Literally. The company is moving its headquarters closer to downtown’s center and has added an $11 million investment led by T. Rowe Price New Horizons Fund Inc.

Private-home rental site Evolve plans major expansion after mastering Airbnb, HomeAway, travel sites

Private-home rental site Evolve plans major expansion after mastering Airbnb, HomeAway, travel sites

Figuring out the magic behind Airbnb and other private vacation-rental sites has propelled Denver’s Evolve Vacation Rental Network to new heights. Literally. The company is moving its headquarters closer to downtown’s center and has added an $11 million investment led by T. Rowe Price New Horizons Fund Inc.

Conflicting views on value of licensing HOA managers in Colorado

Conflicting views on value of licensing HOA managers in Colorado

Colorado’s licensing program for community association managers will turn two in July, and the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies is already weighing whether it should continue.

Kushner, his partners used a program meant for job-starved areas to build a luxury skyscraper

Kushner, his partners used a program meant for job-starved areas to build a luxury skyscraper

JERSEY CITY – Jared Kushner and his real estate partners wanted to take advantage of a federal program in 2015 that would save them millions of dollars as they built an opulent, 50-story residential tower in this city’s booming waterfront district, just across the Hudson River from Lower Manhattan.

Kushner, his partners used a program meant for job-starved areas to build a luxury skyscraper

Kushner, his partners used a program meant for job-starved areas to build a luxury skyscraper

JERSEY CITY – Jared Kushner and his real estate partners wanted to take advantage of a federal program in 2015 that would save them millions of dollars as they built an opulent, 50-story residential tower in this city’s booming waterfront district, just across the Hudson River from Lower Manhattan.

Judge approves sale of land once owned by Douglas Bruce

Judge approves sale of land once owned by Douglas Bruce

A Denver district judge last week approved a motion to sell property once owned by Taxpayer Bill of Rights author Douglas Bruce after the city had declared it negligent and derelict.