Home is where the heart is…

Home is where the heart is…

I remember visiting Nantucket for the first time when I was around 10 years old. From a young age, I was smitten with architecture and interiors. Nantucket provided such great eye candy for my Midwestern roots. The grand homes with Greek Revival architecture mixed with the cozy quaintness of the historic Quaker cottages provided such […]

Thoughts on COVID-19 & The Denver Market

Thoughts on COVID-19 & The Denver Market

Wow!!! I’m sure you are all feeling a bit bitch-slapped by COVID-19. 45 days ago, none of this was on my radar and, most likely, it wasn’t on yours either. In terms of “real-estate-ing” things are definitely NOT business as usual. Below are some brief bullet points regarding our current way of conducting business. The […]

A Special Thank You

A Special Thank You

A Special Thank You I feel like a broken record when I think, “WOW this year went by so quickly!!!”-But man… didn’t it?? Once again, the holiday crush and rush is upon us. An entire spin around the sun has occurred, and I’m left to reflect on how fortunate I am to be working in […]

Holiday Gifting Guide 2019

Holiday Gifting Guide 2019

MADEwkshop FUN FACT: Did you know 74% of Americans prefer experiences over things? Who on YOUR list wants to build like a badass – power tools included? Old School Shop Class MADE Modern, Fun + Social – MADEwkshop is the ultimate maker experience for all! Whet your whistle with welding classes like fundaMETALS™ + playMADE, or go […]

Summertime In The City

Summertime In The City

As a realtor, I love my role as “Ambassador of Denver” and all things cool. Staying up on the best places to eat and shop is a labor of love. My newest obsession is LoDo’s Milk Market: an all local, 16 venue mix of take-away and dine-in restaurants and bars located in the historic Dairy Block. […]

Reimagining the Denver Performing Arts Complex

Reimagining the Denver Performing Arts Complex

It’s no secret that the Denver Performing Arts Complex is a grand structure…it’s an institution in Denver that everyone knows.  Recently, Architect Magazine published an article that discusses the renovation of the DPAC, and it’s a great read.  The article mirrors much of my opinion of the Complex – it’s dated, beautiful, and empty.

Why You Need to Attend the RiNo Residences Launch Party

Why You Need to Attend the RiNo Residences Launch Party

If you keep up with me on social media (of course you do), then you have seen these amazing new townhomes that we’re getting ready to launch.  The River North Residences will be built at 34th and Walnut and will feature a type of luxury RiNo hasn’t seen yet.  Five different floorplans ranging from $580-$910K […]

Top 5 Home Design Mistakes To Avoid

Top 5 Home Design Mistakes To Avoid

Thanks to HGTV, everyone has become a design/reno/construction expert.  Ok, that’s a little snide of me, but really, it’s kind of true.  Improvements like paint, stain, interior features, etc. are all well within the hands of a homeowner.  It becomes a problem when homeowners get in above their well-meaning heads and try to take on […]

A New Hotel for LoHi?

A New Hotel for LoHi?

LoHi is my favorite neighborhood because it literally has everything, or almost everything.  We have amazing restaurants, a cool mixture of different types of housing, eclectic shops, but no super-cool hotels.  Until I read this article from the Denver Post, I didn’t actually realize that there were no hotels.  Now that I know this it […]