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Proposed initiative to limit new housing on Front Range ignites fears in real estate industry

Proposed initiative to limit new housing on Front Range ignites fears in real estate industry

A ballot measure to cap home and apartment construction along Colorado’s Front Range is gaining some traction, setting off alarm bells with real estate agents and home builders.

Proposed initiative to limit new housing on Front Range ignites fears in real estate industry

Proposed initiative to limit new housing on Front Range ignites fears in real estate industry

A ballot measure to cap home and apartment construction along Colorado’s Front Range is gaining some traction, setting off alarm bells with real estate agents and home builders.

Proposed initiative to limit new housing on Front Range ignites fears in real estate industry

Proposed initiative to limit new housing on Front Range ignites fears in real estate industry

A ballot measure to cap home and apartment construction along Colorado’s Front Range is gaining some traction, setting off alarm bells with real estate agents and home builders.

Arvada City Council rejects controversial proposal to sell 9 acres of land, worth $6 million, for $30

Arvada City Council rejects controversial proposal to sell 9 acres of land, worth $6 million, for $30

Arvada City Council rejects controversial proposal by Urban Renwal Authority and Trammell Crow to build transit-oriented project near G-Line station.

First phase of Riverwalk at Castle Rock, a $60 million project featuring 10,000 square feet of retail space, to be completed by end of 2018

First phase of Riverwalk at Castle Rock, a $60 million project featuring 10,000 square feet of retail space, to be completed by end of 2018

Construction continues on the $60 million Riverwalk at Castle Rock project, which broke ground in June 2017. The project’s first phase is scheduled for completion late this year, weather permitting.

Colorado Springs’ Broadmoor rated country’s 30th best hotel by U.S. News and World Report

Colorado Springs’ Broadmoor rated country’s 30th best hotel by U.S. News and World Report

The list highlights the Broadmoor’s scenic location alongside Cheyenne Lake and proximity to outdoor opportunities like hiking and fly fishing as perks of booking a stay there. Large rooms and a highly rated in-house restaurant, La Taverne, also made the highlights.

Colorado Springs’ Broadmoor rated country’s 30th best hotel by U.S. News and World Report

Colorado Springs’ Broadmoor rated country’s 30th best hotel by U.S. News and World Report

The list highlights the Broadmoor’s scenic location alongside Cheyenne Lake and proximity to outdoor opportunities like hiking and fly fishing as perks of booking a stay there. Large rooms and a highly rated in-house restaurant, La Taverne, also made the highlights.

Despite new listings, metro Denver’s housing inventory remains tight as homes are snapped up as fast as they’re listed

Despite new listings, metro Denver’s housing inventory remains tight as homes are snapped up as fast as they’re listed

Metro Denver home sales, like the weather, were unseasonably warm and dry in January, according to a monthly update Monday from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.

Hank Robinson, owner of Denver’s Argonaut Wine and Liquor, dies at 96

Hank Robinson, owner of Denver’s Argonaut Wine and Liquor, dies at 96

When he and his father bought the business in 1965, Hank Robinson was an insurance agent that didn’t know anything about running a liquor store. Over the decades that followed, the younger Robinson, with the help of his brother, Jack, and other family members and friend, would build Argonaut Wine & Liquor into one of the most recognizable liquor stores in the state, shaping Colfax Avenue and the Colorado alcohol industry in the process.

Hank Robinson, owner of Denver’s Argonaut Wine and Liquor, dies at 96

Hank Robinson, owner of Denver’s Argonaut Wine and Liquor, dies at 96

When he and his father bought the business in 1965, Hank Robinson was an insurance agent that didn’t know anything about running a liquor store. Over the decades that followed, the younger Robinson, with the help of his brother, Jack, and other family members and friend, would build Argonaut Wine & Liquor into one of the most recognizable liquor stores in the state, shaping Colfax Avenue and the Colorado alcohol industry in the process.