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Brighton – $420 million in investments, 1,200 jobs

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“We’re a progressive city committed to reinventing what we have, while other communities let their older areas deteriorate,” Candace Black.

Urban Land Conservancy sells TOD site

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“It is a pleasure to work on a development of such significance for the residents and families that will live here, as well as provide an economic boost to the surrounding community.,” Troy Gladwell

Home building soars in Denver area

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“I’ve been getting calls from Realtors asking what new homes are available,” Jeff Whiton

LRA landing Buckley Annex

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The Air Force on Thursday will officially turn over the last remaining large parcel of land in Lowry to the Lowry Redevelopment Authority. John RebchookJohn Rebchook has more than 30 years of experience in writing and communications. As the Real Estate Editor for the Rocky Mountain News, he wrote about residential and commercial real estate for 26 years. He has…

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Case-Shiller: Denver up, while many cities down

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“In my 35 years of business, I have never seen a market turn around as fast as this year,” Gary Lohrman.

Lowry taps Force

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“We’re fortunate to have a seamless transition with Monty, who helped navigate all those years and can hit the ground running with the Buckley Annex project,” David Herlinger.

City pays $985,000 for West Colfax land

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“We are thrilled to be a part of this catalytic development and new economic driver for the West Colfax area,” Aaron Miripol.

Wood Partners launches 3rd area apartment community

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“This community will be designed and built to attract residents who want the ‘Baker lifestyle’ — pedestrian-friendly urban living with a creative, diverse population and unique living spaces,” Tim McEntee.

Luxury prices up

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“The real challenge for this market is a continuing shortage of homes to sell, and that’s reflected in the lower sales figures as well as the higher prices last month,” Chris Mygatt

Home rental rates remain below 2%

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“With a vacancy rate below two percent, you’re essentially dealing with 100 percent occupancy,” Ryan McMaken

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