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New food hall in Arvada serves up mentorship along with its menus

New food hall in Arvada serves up mentorship along with its menus

As food halls continue their rise in popularity throughout the metro area, Arvada can now boast about its Freedom Street Social. The new food hall, located at 15177 Candelas Parkway, opened in July. It features 10 food and drink stalls and an unusual mission: “Our goal is to use this as a restaurant incubator, to take...

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Time for a treat? Visit one of these top Denver Ice cream shops

Time for a treat? Visit one of these top Denver Ice cream shops

August's warm weather makes this the perfect time to enjoy a walk around the city. And when that walk is done? It’s time for Ice cream, of course! After a little exercise, give yourself a treat by stopping in at one of the metro-area’s best ice cream shops. Recently, we took a poll of RE/MAX staffers’ favorite places in...

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Buyers might soon have the edge in Denver’s housing market

Buyers might soon have the edge in Denver’s housing market

The Denver housing market, long favoring sellers, is nearing a tipping point. “Every indicator points to the market shifting closer to a buyer’s market,” reported Andrew Abrams, chairman of the Denver Metro Association of Realtors’ (DMAR) Market Trends Committee, in the DMAR’s July market report. While this doesn’t mean...

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Legislators target lawns with cash incentives

Legislators target lawns with cash incentives

Many Denverites love their lawns. But as climate change brings hotter days and long droughts, Colorado lawmakers have set their sights on water-guzzling grass. In June, state legislators passed House Bill 1151, otherwise known as the Turf Replacement Program. The law requires the Colorado Water Conservation Board to...

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RMCC Q&A: Where is your favorite place to go & thing to do in Colorado?

RMCC Q&A: Where is your favorite place to go & thing to do in Colorado?

In honor of Colorado day today on August 1st, we’ve polled our expert RMCC brokers and staff asking, "where is your favorite place to go in Colorado, and what is your favorite thing to do there?" We’ve compiled the answers below to inspire your next weekend activity next time you're looking for something to do. Kate...

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Best parks for picnicking in the Denver area

Best parks for picnicking in the Denver area

There’s nothing like summer evenings in Denver. As the heat drops, cool breezes blow and the sun sets with brilliant colors, it’s the perfect time of day to plan a picnic in one of the city’s many parks. There are myriad of choices. Here are a few of our favorites: Washington Park:  You’ll see rickshaws, bicycles built...

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First “carbon-positive” hotel planned for downtown Denver

First “carbon-positive” hotel planned for downtown Denver

As the effects of climate change become more apparent each day, at least one developer is doing something about it: building the nation’s first carbon-positive hotel. Called Populus, the unorthodox hotel will be built with a laudable environmental goal: removing more carbon from the air than it emits. “An earth emergency...

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New state-of-the-art vinyl pressing plant comes to RiNo

New state-of-the-art vinyl pressing plant comes to RiNo

In recent years, vinyl records have soared in popularity.  Now, Denver is part of the comeback, with the advent of a vinyl production facility in RiNo. Vinyl Me, Please, a Denver-based record club, is opening a 14,000-square foot pressing plant to serve its business, which provides “custom, commemorative vinyl” for its...

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Time for a treat? Visit one of these top Denver Ice cream shops

Time for a treat? Visit one of these top Denver Ice cream shops

August's warm weather makes this the perfect time to enjoy a walk around the city. And when that walk is done? It’s time for Ice cream, of course! After a little exercise, give yourself a treat by stopping in at one of the metro-area’s best ice cream shops. Recently,...

read more
Buyers might soon have the edge in Denver’s housing market

Buyers might soon have the edge in Denver’s housing market

The Denver housing market, long favoring sellers, is nearing a tipping point. “Every indicator points to the market shifting closer to a buyer’s market,” reported Andrew Abrams, chairman of the Denver Metro Association of Realtors’ (DMAR) Market Trends Committee, in...

read more
Legislators target lawns with cash incentives

Legislators target lawns with cash incentives

Many Denverites love their lawns. But as climate change brings hotter days and long droughts, Colorado lawmakers have set their sights on water-guzzling grass. In June, state legislators passed House Bill 1151, otherwise known as the Turf Replacement Program. The law...

read more
Best parks for picnicking in the Denver area

Best parks for picnicking in the Denver area

There’s nothing like summer evenings in Denver. As the heat drops, cool breezes blow and the sun sets with brilliant colors, it’s the perfect time of day to plan a picnic in one of the city’s many parks. There are myriad of choices. Here are a few of our favorites:...

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First “carbon-positive” hotel planned for downtown Denver

First “carbon-positive” hotel planned for downtown Denver

As the effects of climate change become more apparent each day, at least one developer is doing something about it: building the nation’s first carbon-positive hotel. Called Populus, the unorthodox hotel will be built with a laudable environmental goal: removing more...

read more
New state-of-the-art vinyl pressing plant comes to RiNo

New state-of-the-art vinyl pressing plant comes to RiNo

In recent years, vinyl records have soared in popularity.  Now, Denver is part of the comeback, with the advent of a vinyl production facility in RiNo. Vinyl Me, Please, a Denver-based record club, is opening a 14,000-square foot pressing plant to serve its business,...

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