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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Our team is excited to announce that we’re co-listing the Perry Row at Sloan’s townhome project with Deviree Vallejo from Kentwood City Properties! In the new St. Anthony’s redevelopment at Sloan’s Lake, these will be the only for-sale listings.
I love the holidays. I love how everything is sparkly and shiny and festive. I love fireplaces and stockings and snow. I love spending time with friends and family, and around the holidays there are so many things to do with them! Not to mention the eating…holiday eating is awesome. So here’s a list of my […]
The Modern Christmas Tree has become a staple in my house for the past few years. This tree, in my opinion, is the epitome of modern, class, and sparkle (of course). I love everything about it. The best thing about it is that our friend, Matt Bliss, owns this company. Here, he shares the story […]
For a while now, beetle kill forests and trees have been a hot topic in Colorado; the mountain pine beetle has killed a large number of our lodgepole pines. Those red, dead trees you see as you drive up I-70 are beetle killed pines. The lodgepole pines make up about 8% of our 22 million […]
It’s one of my favorite times of the year – the Denver Film Festival! From November 4 – 15, the Denver Film Festival will take over the city with about 250 films, from more than 40 countries.
Alley Activation? Wait…what? Alley Activation is the newest thing to happen to Downtown Denver. In a nutshell, activating an alley means developing and making it an attractive part of the city. Think about walking down an alley without that suspicious puddle or weird smell invading your senses; instead a pretty pathway and perhaps a few planters […]