Real Estate

Finding workers a challenge in Colorado’s bid for Amazon campus

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 9/22 4:00A Aldo Svaldi
Any proposal Colorado makes to host Amazon s second headquarters campus will have to address a critical bottleneck: finding enough workers for the tech giant in what is already one of the tightest labor markets in the country . Seattle-based...

Denver to buy Park Hill Golf Course property in $20.5 million deal

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 9/21 2:44P Denver7
Denver will buy the 155-acre Park Hill Golf Course property and work with Clayton Early Learning to develop a master plan for the area in an agreement expected to be presented to the city council next month. As terms of the agreement, the city of...

Google buys land, buildings at Boulder Campus for $131M

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 9/21 12:44P Shay Castle
Google, nearing completion on the first phase of a new four-acre campus in Boulder, has purchased land and two buildings for $130.944 million. Related Articles September 21, 2017 Google buys HTC talent for $1.1 billion, aims to spur second...

College towns feel pinch from rental sites like Airbnb

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 9/20 6:51P Steve LeBlanc
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Time was when renting an apartment in one of this college town s funky triple-deckers or two-family homes wouldn t cost an arm and a leg. Now, renting in Cambridge can feel like that something critics say is made tougher by...

Cities within a city: A glimpse at three Denver neighborhoods

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 9/20 1:32A Joseph Rios
Denver s 78 neighborhoods are like cities within a city. Each neighborhood offers distinctions the mix of residents, the architecture of buildings, the variety of public places, the uniqueness of businesses. These neighborhoods are part of the...

Sprawling 62-acre estate in Aspen listed at $25.5 million

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 9/19 9:30A Katy Canada
When you set foot inside this incredible Aspen retreat listed at $25,500,000 you might just begin to cry. With its rolling, pastoral landscapes and 62 acres of lush, green earth, this property s sprawling pastures and mountain backdrop will...

U.S. homebuilder sentiment falls in September

The Denver Post (Real Estate) 9/18 8:58P Alex Veiga
U.S. homebuilders are feeling less optimistic about their sales prospects, reflecting concerns that rebuilding efforts following hurricanes Harvey and Irma will drive up costs for construction labor and materials. Even so, builders overall view...
Don't miss any news from:
Denver BubbleLife!
Share with thousands of local readers!


Winds East at 8.1 MPH, Humidity 90%

Send to a Friend