Denver Lofts and Condos

May 22, 2013

Change Your Space, Not Your Pace in Denver

denver art museumFeel like the walls in your small, downtown home are closing? Brad Benefiel has options and resources for you.

Brad is an industrial engineer. His jobs very from one-time collaborations in corporate settings, such as a tree house made of steel frame built out of salvaged aluminum and wood for ...

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May 9, 2013

Spring Has Sprung with New Developments North of Denver

constructionThe ground is thawing, the dirt is moving, and builders are jumping on the momentum of the hot Denver real estate market by announcing two new developments just north of the city.

A recent survey by the National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo revealed that builder confidence is ...

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June 20, 2011

Denver Condominium Communities: Amenities to Consider

Purchasers considering condos in the metro area should carefully consider the amenities available at the various complexes since these extras can often make the difference between an average lifestyle and one characterized by convenience and luxury.

One popular amenity is a fitness center.  Many people find that having a ...

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June 13, 2011

Denver's Visitor Information Centers

Whether you are looking for information on Denver prior to buying homes, ranches, or Denver lofts, a good place to start once you reach the city is one a Denver Information Center.  In an effort to be as visitor-friendly as possible, the city maintains three separate facilities that provide ...

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May 26, 2011

Relocating to Denver: Local Government Information

Denver is unusual among American cities in that is a consolidated city-county.  This explains why residents so often use the phrases "city of Denver" and "Denver county" as though they were interchangeable.  In a very real sense, they are.

Local government in this city-county consists of a mayor ...

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May 24, 2011

Art Districts in Denver

Several areas in the city of Denver feature a concentration of art galleries.  The Art District on Santa Fe is one of the most extensive, featuring over 40 different galleries, restaurants, and shops -- enough to keep an art lover busy all day long.  Special events here include the ...

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May 20, 2011

Alamo Placita for Arts and Crafts Architecture

Alamo Placita is a neighborhood in Denver, Colorado.  Technically, it is part of the larger neighborhood known as Speer, but Alamo Placita has such a distinctive character of its own that many Denverites consider it a separate district of the city.

The neighborhood is named after Alamo Placita Park ...

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May 12, 2011

Denver Lofts in the Elyria-Swansea Neighborhood

Some areas of Denver are quite exclusive, with house purchase prices to match, but there are also areas in the city with more modest real estate prices. Denver lofts in such areas can be a good buy in many cases.  One such neighborhood is Elyria-Swansea in East Denver ...

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May 6, 2011

Denver: Not a Single Downtown, but Many

In most large metropolitan cities in the United States, the phrase "downtown area" calls to mind a single image, sometimes of towering high rises making up the business district, sometimes of sprawling warehouses that go dark each evening at 9pm.  The city of Denver, however, has a great deal ...

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April 18, 2011

Denver Homes: What a Home Inspection Should Include

When you are interested in a traditional single-family home or your taste runs more to Denver condos, it is a good idea to arrange for a home inspection by a qualified professional.  There are several reputable home inspection firms in the Denver area.  Such firms can produce a ...

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