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RV park, tiny-home cabins voted down by Basalt Town Council

RV park, tiny-home cabins voted down by Basalt Town Council

A plan for an RV park and tiny-home enclave in Basalt died a quick and unceremonious death before the Town Council last week.

Suburbs north of Denver have “come of age” with explosive growth along I-25 corridor

Suburbs north of Denver have “come of age” with explosive growth along I-25 corridor

City leaders in Thornton last week signed off on a $3.75 million incentive package for Topgolf to build one of its sprawling dining and golf entertainment venues in the city.

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.

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.

Feeling pinched? Denver-Boulder inflation races ahead at fastest pace in a decade

Feeling pinched? Denver-Boulder inflation races ahead at fastest pace in a decade

Inflation in Denver-Boulder-Greeley accelerated 3.7 percent in the second half of last year, its fastest pace in a decade, according to a report Friday from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Feeling pinched? Denver-Boulder inflation races ahead at fastest pace in a decade

Feeling pinched? Denver-Boulder inflation races ahead at fastest pace in a decade

Inflation in Denver-Boulder-Greeley accelerated 3.7 percent in the second half of last year, its fastest pace in a decade, according to a report Friday from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

AmericInn motel in Eagle converting into 54 micro-apartments

AmericInn motel in Eagle converting into 54 micro-apartments

The AmericInn motel in Eagle will be converted to 54 small apartments and rented for about $1,000 a month to millennials who value “experiences over stuff,”

Denver metro area for-sale housing stock at an all time low, part of nationwide pinch, analysts say

Denver metro area for-sale housing stock at an all time low, part of nationwide pinch, analysts say

One problem is sucking the wind from the country’s economic sales, and its one the Denver area is all too familiar with: A chronic shortage of for-sale housing, particularly the affordable kind.

Denver metro area for-sale housing stock at an all time low, part of nationwide pinch, analysts say

Denver metro area for-sale housing stock at an all time low, part of nationwide pinch, analysts say

One problem is sucking the wind from the country’s economic sales, and its one the Denver area is all too familiar with: A chronic shortage of for-sale housing, particularly the affordable kind.

Denver council members pool leftover office budgets to provide lawyers for some renters facing eviction

Denver council members pool leftover office budgets to provide lawyers for some renters facing eviction

Ten Denver City Council members on Thursday took the unusual step of pooling money to help launch a new housing program — one that had faced resistance from Mayor Michael Hancock.