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Littleton landscaper pays $550K in back wages, penalties for underpaying foreign workers

Littleton landscaper pays $550K in back wages, penalties for underpaying foreign workers

Parkside Landscaping of Littleton paid more than $500,000 in back wages and penalties for underpaying seasonal foreign workers.

Denver has a lot of retail development on deck in 2018, but economy showing signs of cooling

Denver has a lot of retail development on deck in 2018, but economy showing signs of cooling

The Denver metro area is still building –and filling– shopping centers, warehouses and office buildings. But observers say the local economy showed some signs of cooling down in 2017, and the commercial real estate market is showing signs of moderation to match.

Denver council OKs $19.3 million purchase deal for CDOT sites, but affordable housing components aren’t a sure thing yet

Denver council OKs $19.3 million purchase deal for CDOT sites, but affordable housing components aren’t a sure thing yet

Denver city officials received the official green light Monday to carry out a complex $19.3 million purchase deal that will result in the transfer of two Colorado Department of Transportation administration properties to a private developer.

Cherry Creek North property owners weighing redevelopment options on prominent corners

Cherry Creek North property owners weighing redevelopment options on prominent corners

Denver’s posh Cherry Creek North neighborhood has been transforming for several years in the aftermath of new zoning rules designed in 2014 to invite greater density of condos, shops and offices in the area.

Cherry Creek North property owners weighing redevelopment options on prominent corners

Cherry Creek North property owners weighing redevelopment options on prominent corners

Denver’s posh Cherry Creek North neighborhood has been transforming for several years in the aftermath of new zoning rules designed in 2014 to invite greater density of condos, shops and offices in the area.

Cherry Creek North property owners weighing redevelopment options on prominent corners

Cherry Creek North property owners weighing redevelopment options on prominent corners

Denver’s posh Cherry Creek North neighborhood has been transforming for several years in the aftermath of new zoning rules designed in 2014 to invite greater density of condos, shops and offices in the area.

Metro Denver home sales and prices hit new high in 2017; inventory at record low

Metro Denver home sales and prices hit new high in 2017; inventory at record low

Home sales and home prices in metro Denver once again hit record highs in 2017, but the pace of price gains slowed as the market reached a higher altitude, according to the latest Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report.

Metro Denver home sales and prices hit new high in 2017; inventory at record low

Metro Denver home sales and prices hit new high in 2017; inventory at record low

Home sales and home prices in metro Denver once again hit record highs in 2017, but the pace of price gains slowed as the market reached a higher altitude, according to the latest Denver Metro Real Estate Market Trends Report.

Colorado property tax prepayments top $195 million after rush to duck GOP bill’s cap

Colorado property tax prepayments top $195 million after rush to duck GOP bill’s cap

More than $195 million property taxes flowed in to county treasurer’s across Colorado in the waning days of 2017 as taxpayers rushed to duck a new cap on deductions included in the recently passed Republican tax bill, deluging officials with an unprecedented wave of early funds.

Colorado property tax prepayments top $195 million after rush to duck GOP bill’s cap

Colorado property tax prepayments top $195 million after rush to duck GOP bill’s cap

More than $195 million property taxes flowed in to county treasurer’s across Colorado in the waning days of 2017 as taxpayers rushed to duck a new cap on deductions included in the recently passed Republican tax bill, deluging officials with an unprecedented wave of early funds.