Happy Canyon Shopping Center Update??

Today's Denver Post has an article on the status of the Happy Canyon Shopping Center project titled: "Happy Canyon shopping center: Indictments, delays and light at the end of the tunnel" Here is a photo I took in August 2018 - nothing has changed since (except 4 months of exposure to weather). The article paints …

Baker Neighborhood Memories

With the surge in new bars and restaurant on South Broadway, and with LoHi becoming rather pricey, I expect Baker will be slingshot into the "superhot" neighborhood category over the next couple years. Having known Baker since moving to Denver after college, I have watched it closely over the years, wondering when it would "pop". …

Consistently consistent – Denver Housing Market Rebound

1. Consistent growth in number of homes sold. 2. Consistent increase in Average Sold Price.   3. Consistent low inventory. One or two months of this type of activity is nice, but 4 or 5 months - to me that illustrates a true trend. For the past few months I have been writing about the …

The Tipping Point

How do we know when our market has reached the tipping point and becomes a self sustaining driver of the local economy?  Here are a few key indicators: Foreclosure auctions down 26% New home activity soars 45% A reduced supply of distressed property and a lack of supply of existing inventory have led homebuilders to …

Case-Shiller: Denver No. 4

From John Rebchook: Case-Shiller: Denver No. 4. The statistics are coming in and confirmign what those of us in the industry are seeing all over - the market is very active.  The best part about it is that everyone in the business - re pros, tradesmen, home product vendors - are all reporting being crazy …

Still Hot

Still Hot - Today I experienced a true perk of life in Cherry Point- upon pouring my morning coffee, I open the refrigerator to grab some milk - but found none!  No worries - I jump on the bike, coast down to Safeway, grab some milk and pedal back to find.....  My coffee still steaming …

Home prices up

Upper-end home prices up 5% from first 4 months of 2011. Recent analysis of sales of homes in central Denver indicates that the average and median price for homes in the  $750,000 to $1,000,000 range is up roughly  5% during the first four months of 2012 vs. the same period last year.

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