We all have restaurants we frequent with regularity. But let’s face it, sometimes routine becomes a rut. If you’re looking to break out of your old habits and find some new places to enjoy, Denver Restaurant Week was made for you. Denver Restaurant Week allows foodies to try out restaurants around the metro area they may have … [Read more...] about Feel like breaking out of your restaurant routine? Denver Restaurant Week is coming!
How well do you know your Denver architecture? When it comes to homes, the city has a handful of distinct styles, recently detailed in 5280 magazine’s feature “Denver Architecture 101.” Following in 5280’s footsteps, we are offering an ongoing tutorial of Denver’s iconic options. Today, we study Mediterranean Revival. What … [Read more...] about Denver Architecture 101: Mediterranean Revival
Some take paradise and put up a parking lot. Others take a parking lot and put up, well, if not necessarily paradise, something much more exciting than a place to park your car. Such is the case with Kenect Denver, a planned development that will transform a 0.64 acre parking lot in Arapahoe Square into a high-rise, mixed-use … [Read more...] about Arapahoe Square development to feature retail, office and residential use
Long gone are the days when people would meet in the center of town to sniff produce, bargain over dry goods, and exchange niceties as well as choice gossip. The city is now fragmented, and restaurant and retail offerings are scattered throughout the metro area. But some are working to bring this style of community back, and … [Read more...] about Modern marketplaces find a home in the metro area
Like the weather, the Denver housing market cooled in December, with falling inventory, price reductions and a lower number of closings. In other words, a market that was once sizzling is now on simmer. According to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors’ (DMAR) monthly report, already-tight inventory decreased 27.92% … [Read more...] about Once-hot Denver housing market cooled significantly in December
In the past, real estate brokers have often used the tag “Coming Soon,” as a way to advertise a listing in advance. “Soon” could mean a day — or a month. This is no longer the case. A new rule approved by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) board of directors now requires brokers to place the home in an official MLS … [Read more...] about National Association of Realtors restricts use of “Coming Soon” marketing
For Colorado gardeners, February can seem like an eternity: three long months away from prime planting season in May. What can a gardener do besides stare out the window and dream of turning the yard into an oasis of color come spring? In fact, there’s much more they can do than daydream. Several hardy flowers can be planted … [Read more...] about Gardeners take heart: Here are 5 flowers you can plant in February
Did you sell a substantial asset last year? As we near tax season, it’s important to understand the tax consequences that result when gains occur. First, let’s define our terms. “As the Internal Revenue Service points out, just about everything you own qualifies as a capital asset,” according to Intuit Turbo Tax. This can … [Read more...] about As tax season approaches, read this primer on capital gains