Boulder residential market ‘healthier’ as appreciation rate declines

By Doug Storum BOULDER — The rate at which single-family homes appreciate in Boulder is slowing down, and more homes are becoming available on the market, pointing to a “healthier” residential market in the city by the Flatirons. DB Wilson, broker associate with Re/Max of Boulder, said the rate at which home prices have appreciated has dropped from 14 percent a year ago to between 5 percent and 6 percent now. “That’s healthier,” he said, but added that there isn’t much available for sale below $550,000 in Boulder. “We’ve lost the low end,” he said during BizWest’s CEO Roundtable on real estate and construction held Tuesday at the offices of Berg Hill Greenleaf & Ruscitti LLP.… Read more

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By Doug Storum Participants at BizWest’s CEO Roundtable on real estate and construction held July 25 are, from left, Andrew Freeman, George Berg, Peter Schaub, Allen Ginsborg, Becky Rigo, Stephen Tebo, Stephanie Iannone, Keith Burden, Lynda Gibbons, Jeff Wingert, Liz Castro, Chris Jensen, Justin Dodge, DB Wilson, Becky Gamble, Jorge Espinoza and David Sinkey. BizWest/Doug Storum. The post DSCN0775 appeared first on BizWest. Source:: BizWest… Continue Reading...

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Colorado companies help to propel fledgling drone industry forward

By Jensen Werley LONGMONT — When it comes to the drone industry, Colorado is a leading state for operators per capita. Before the Federal Aviation Administration authorized the commercial use of drones, operators had to get an exemption to fly commercially. Colorado had more of those than any state in the country, said Jay Lindell, an aerospace champion at the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, and moderator at Longmont Startup Week’s panel on the state of drones in Colorado. Lindell added that Colorado is one of 11 states that have enacted no laws regulating the operations of unmanned aerial systems, instead opting to support the growing business sector.… Continue Reading...

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Village Vidiot fading to black

By [email protected] Building’s sale claims another business Source:: Colorado Business… Continue Reading...

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Plans take shape for new hotel, restaurant in beer triangle

By [email protected] Spirit Hospitality hotel planned next to Woodward’s campus, across from Odell Source:: Colorado Business… Continue Reading...

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Fort Collins adds pizza place, with another coming

By [email protected] More coffee, more pizza on tap for future Source:: Colorado Business… Continue Reading...

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Developers acquire more than 1,000 acres near DIA

By BizWest Staff A Glendale-based investment company has acquired more than 1,000 acres of land near Denver International Airport. BusinessDen reports that Westside Investment Partners acquired 1,150 acres between the Rocky Mountain Arsenal and DIA for $25 million. The land is part of the 1,800-acre High Point master-planned development and was sold by LNR Property. The land acquired by Westside extends from the intersection of Tower Road and East 64th Avenue, north to East 72nd Avenue in Denver, and from E-470 to south to East 64th Avenue in Aurora. Developers anticipate hotels and a mix of single-family and multifamily units for the property, as well as office, retail and other property types.… Continue Reading...

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CSU sells out single-game tickets for home opener at new stadium

By BizWest Staff FORT COLLINS — Colorado State University has sold out single-game tickets for its Aug. 26 home opener at the university’s new $220 million on-campus football stadium. The Fort Collins Coloradoan reports that fans still may obtain tickets through season-ticket packages or through three-game packages. CSU has sold more than 14,000 season tickets for the 2017 season at the 41,000-capacity stadium. The sellout of single-game tickets for the home opener came quickly, just hours after pre-sales were opened for alumni, faculty, staff, donors and season-ticket holders. Sale of single-game tickets for five additional home games begin at 8 a.m., Wednesday, July 26.… Continue Reading...

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Longmont Startup Week brings perspective on millennials in the workplace

By Jensen Werley LONGMONT — The millennial generation has been called every adjective from lazy to entitled to creative to entrepreneurial, but the most important describer of those born between 1980 and 2000 is … diverse. That’s the message that Longmont Startup Week guest speaker Morgan Smith, study body president and senior at the University of Denver, shared at his discussion of millennials in the workplace. In a population that has 83.1 million people, even if 90 percent of it falls in-trend with something, that leaves eight million people who are an outlier, which Smith said goes to show that millennials can’t be neatly put into one descriptive box.… Continue Reading...

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