The River Mile

The next great place in the evolution of Denver. Located along a mile of the South Platte River, it’s envisioned as a sustainable, walkable downtown neighborhood. It will feature state-of-the-art residences for everyone – with public parks and promenades, a new elementary school, and a variety of shopping, dining, entertainment, and cultural destinations essential for family life in the city. Build-to-suit workspaces will range from business incubators to regional corporate headquarters. And public transit will be facilitated by two light rail stations. This is truly a one-of-a-kind project – the largest in downtown Denver – spanning 62 acres and expected to take up to 25 years to complete. Restoration of the river is now underway.…

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LoHi is short for the "Lower Highlands" neighborhood located just west of the central downtown area. Technically speaking, it's the neighborhood that is sandwiched between LoDo and the Highlands, or for those who are more familiar with the streets of Denver, the area that extends south of Platte Street, across I-25 and blends into 32nd Street. 

 

LoHi has quickly become your Denver destination for some of the best restaurants and bars in the city. The overall vibe is more San Francisco than Denver, and the area's hills certainly add to that feel. Those hills also lend to some of the best views of the Downtown area you will find anywhere.

 

Linger Denver

 Photo courtesy of Linger Facebook page

LoHi has been a significant focus for new development,…

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When you think of skiing in Colorado, you think of Vail, Breckenridge, Aspen, and all of the other big-name resorts owned by major corporations. These are amazing mountains, don't get me wrong, but if you don't want to be elbow to elbow with your fellow skiers, there are some out-of-the-way / off-the-beaten-path options to optimize your experience. In many cases, you may have the mountain to yourself! So ditch the crowds and the terrors of I-70 and check out these unique Colorado ski experiences instead.

10 Unique Ski Experiences in Colorado

1. TAKE THE CHICAGO RIDGE SNOWCAT at ski cooper

Ski Cooper is known as a family-friendly resort, with low prices and mostly mild terrain at a resort small enough to turn the kids loose without them getting lost. Chicago Ridge is a whole…

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Are you looking to try something new in Colorado in 2022? We've created a bucket list, if you will, of some commonly know things that every Colorado resident should see, as well as some "hidden" or off-the-beaten-path gems that may take you to something you didn't realize even existed. So, if you are looking for some unique things to do in Colorado this year, check out our top 22 things to do in colorado in 2022. 

360dwellings Top 22 Things to do in Colorado in 2022 hanging lake Breckenridge troll

And if you are looking for a checklist to keep track as you check items off the Colorado to-do list, you can download it here. 

1.  Take the Ski Train to Winter Park - Even if you don't ski, the Winter Park Express is one of the most unique experiences in Colorado. Sip your morning coffee as you pass through beautiful mountain terrain.…

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As a homeowner, it's inevitable that at some point you will need to do some touch-up paint. Whether it's covering a hole from an unmounted picture, or the scuffs and scrapes that walls and baseboards take along the way. And when you sell your home, doing a little touch-up paint (and wall cleaning) will go a long way to show that you're a responsible homeowner.

And nowadays, the average home has at least 3 different paint colors adorning the walls. When you add in trim and ceiling colors, and different sheens used in different rooms (like bathrooms for instance) - it can all be a challenge to keep up with. . Following are some simple tips to keep track of your paint colors, match existing paint colors, or clean scuffs off walls and trim.

Tips for Keeping Track of Paint Colors & Easy Touch-up Painting in Your Home

How to…

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The start of a new year always compels people to take a fresh look at their goals, from health and career to relationships and finance. It's a great opportunity to wipe the slate clean, and have a fresh start in a new year.

But with historically low mortgage rates, increased home sales and price growth, and a tight housing inventory, the time is right to also make some homeownership resolutions for 2022. The Denver real estate market is predicted to be firecracker hot again in 2022, so buckle your seat belts and get ready for another crazy year.

New Year, New Home? Set Home Ownership Goals for 2022
Homebuyers, is this the year you work to improve your credit score, pay down some debt, or save for a down payment?

Home sellers, we’ve laid out plans for you to get top dollar for your property,…

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If you need help navigating this market, call us at (303) 532-4742. Buyer fatigue is real at the moment, with lots of buyers giving up on their search. Sellers are getting bad advice, listing with no plan or execution. When you work with us, you are working with the very best Denver real estate agents. Don't leave such a huge financial decision to chance.

January 2022 Denver Market Update: 

2021 proved that nothing is predictable in the Greater Metro Denver real estate market. The red hot market broke records and defied prior trends. Case in point: the average price for a single-family home was up 17% YoY in December to $702,373. 2021 also saw a record low level of inventory and a sky-high percent of closed price to list price.

Supply vs…

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Denver is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, so it should come as no surprise to learn that there are a lot of new people in the state. If you happen to be one of these people, welcome to the Centennial State! We are so glad you are here and contributing to all of the things that make this one of the best states in the country (in our opinion!). Depending on where you moved from you may find a lot of similarities and a lot of differences between your previous home and your new one, but there are some extra special things you should know to help you settle in fully. 

14 things to know about relocating to Colorado

14 Things to Know When Relocating to the Colorado:

1. ALTITUDE! With Denver at a mile above sea level and the mountains several miles above sea level, it is wise to…

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