Popular Cities in Colorado for Business Professionals

April 17, 2014 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News, National Real Estate, Our Outdoor Playground, Uncategorized

Colorado is home to a variety of different industries, some with historic roots and others just budding or breaking new ground.  This, along with our gorgeous Rocky Mountains and recreational opportunities, attract a huge range of people interested in a variety of real estate ventures every year.  With so many opportunities to find the right home and the right career path, people considering relocating to Colorado will benefit by looking into which industries flourish the most in their desired areas.

Boulder, Colorado - This is the perfect place for an original idea or startup company and is also the Front Range’s independent business headquarters.  Home to the area’s most unique food scene, tons of local boutique shops, and being the fitness capital of the nation; Boulder is a great place if these industries are of interest to you.

Major downtown Boulder projects to start this spring!

February 5, 2014 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News

The PearlWest redevelopment of the former Daily Camera building in Boulder — one of the largest such projects to occur downtown in recent history — could begin this spring, officials for the nonprofit Downtown Boulder Inc. said Tuesday. Below are the proposed projects, for more info on expansion and projects in the downtown area click here.

The proposed projects noted by Maher included:

1738 Pearl St. — a three-level addition to the property that houses Frasca Food & Wine.

1301 Walnut St. — a 62,000-square-foot infill project at the site of the existing Wencel Building.

1707 Walnut St. — a three-story infill redevelopment of the former 7-Eleven site to include 26 apartments and below-grade parking. Targeted completion date of December 2014.

901 Pearl St. — a 21,000-square-foot, three-story development with four condos and a ground-floor restaurant.

909 Walnut St. — a three-story, mixed-use building.

1048 Pearl St. and 1023 Walnut St. — PearlWest, a 160,000-square-foot redevelopment to include offices, retail and restaurant uses, a theater and an automated parking garage. Work to start in May, with completion in the fourth quarter of 2015.

1750 14th St. — The James Concept, a 64,400-square-foot redevelopment to include commercial and micro-office uses, 43 residential units and “micro-lofts” at the James TravelPoints building. Project expected to start in October and be completed by October 2015.

2049 Pearl St. — 21 Pearl, a project to include five pre-sold townhomes with rooftop decks. Construction to start in May, with a delivery of January 2015.

601 Canyon Blvd. — Four pre-sold townhomes. Project to be completed this May.

22nd and Walnut St. — Dwell 22, a four-townhome project. Construction to start in April.

2200 Broadway — Trinity Lutheran Church expansion and addition of 16 affordable senior housing units. Timing is to be determined.

900 Walnut St. — The “civic use pad” adjacent to the St. Julien Hotel & Spa, an 8,000-square-foot community and event space with hotel rooms above.

Luxury Home Market is Booming!

December 18, 2013 in Boulder Events, Boulder Housing Stats, Colorado News, Community News, Featured Listings, Financial News, National Real Estate, New Listings, Uncategorized

Driven by sales in Boulder, the luxury home market in the Boulder County area is booming! Check out the article below for more information:

http://www.dailycamera.com/boulder-business/ci_24720222/luxury-home-sales-boom-boulder-county-colorado

 

Prepping For The Ski Season!

December 4, 2013 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News, Our Outdoor Playground, Uncategorized

Well, the snow is here and its about time to start going up to the mountains on your days off, but like every year we hope that we get through season without any injuries. Go check out the link below for the top five prep training and tools that you should do to keep yourself healthy and fit during this ski season!

http://www.dailycamera.com/get-out/ci_24600907/prepping-ski-season-five-things-keep-mind

Colorado schools do great in Americas Top High School Rankings

November 20, 2013 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News

Fairview High School ranked 98th in Americas Best High Schools, plus many other Colorado schools make the list! Go check them out at this website linked below :

 

http://mag.newsweek.com/2013/05/06/america-s-best-high-schools.html

 

 

There should be no problems from the flood to getting up to Eldora this ski season!!

October 30, 2013 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News, National Real Estate, Our Outdoor Playground

Eldora Mountain Resort, 21 miles west of Boulder, is trying to get the word out to snow riders that they shouldn’t encounter problems getting to the ski area when it opens Nov. 22.

http://www.coloradodaily.com/outdoor-recreation/ci_24365946/boulder-countys-eldora-says-post-flood-access-isnt

Colorado is stated as the 8th most affected state by the government shutdown, this has caused more than 3,600 federal employees in Boulder County who are currently on furlough.

October 16, 2013 in Boulder Events, Colorado News, Community News, Financial News

In Boulder County, 61 new companies were started in fiscal year 2012 with help from area Small Business Development Centers, which are funded in large part by the SBA. In addition, $8.3 million in capital related to those centers came into the local small-business community in the year ended Sept. 30, 2012, according to SBA statistics.

http://www.bcbr.com/article/20131008/NEWS/131009938

 

Help give our local farmers a boost!

October 2, 2013 in Boulder Events, Community News

The September floods submerged so many farms, which are the backbone of the Front Range’s effervescent restaurant scene. In Boulder County, farmers lost entire crops, and rushing waters tore away precious topsoil. Imagine the heartache: a year’s worth of toil, fields thick with tomatoes and eggplants, lined with kale and spinach, sprouting vines speckled with winter squash and pumpkins — all of it down the drain. Help our local farmers by attending these events!

 

Events:

Oct. 5th and 6th – Check out Cider Days in Lakewood

Oct 8th. – Attend “Provence of Lyons” flood relief benefit at Mateo restaurant in Boulder

Hit the farmers markets. Buy stuff — there’s a good chance your own gardens were wrecked by the waters anyway. You don’t want to miss out on the small window we get every year to haul home stuff straight from the farm.

 

For more information on events go to the link below:

http://www.denverpost.com/lifestyles/ci_24222189/mateo-oak-at-fourteenth-more-boulder-restaurants-support

Firefly Handmade Gypsy Market

September 8, 2012 in Boulder Events, Community News, Our Outdoor Playground

In case no one told you….this weekend is the Firefly Handmade Gypsy Market. You won’t want to miss this, trust us. Come on over to 3390 Valmont Road in Boulder Saturday 11am-9pm, Sunday 11am-5pm.

Via: http://fireflyhandmade.com/blog/

Boulder Outdoor Cinema!

August 18, 2012 in Boulder Events, Community News, Our Outdoor Playground

Summer may be coming to an end, but there are still a couple opportunities to enjoy the beautiful outdoors! Boulder Outdoor Cinema, which has been around since 1995, features live music and an awesome movie every Saturday night during July and August. The event is free, with a suggested donation of $5 for adults and $3 for children. Come early and bring your own chair!

Tonight’s Showing:

“Princess Bride” with special guest, The Whiskey Bottles

August 25:

“The Fifth Element” with special guest, Filthy Children

September 1:

“Pulp Fiction” (rescheduled from 7/7) with special guest, Chimney Choir

 

Via boulderoutdoorcinema.com and thewhiskeybottles.com