The Denver Economic Development & Opportunity office last week released a draft version of the city's 2020 Housing Action Plan. It is online in both English and Spanish. A survey is available through Oct. 10.
With the state's demographers projecting that the northern Front Range will lead the state in population growth over the next 30 years, planners have started seeking relief for the heavily traveled Interstate 25 corridor.
Across the country, mobile home parks are an attractive investment. Tenants own their homes but not the land they sit on, and because the homes aren't actually easy to move, are at the mercy of landlords, who can increase rents or sell the land out from under them.
Century Communities Inc., a homebuilder based in Greenwood Village, faces fines of nearly $133,000 for exposing employees to hazards of falling, according to a release the Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued Friday.
Of the 100 largest metros in the United States, 75 now have home prices above the peak reached before last decade's housing crash, according to the latest update to the Home Price Recovery Index from HSH.com.
Neighbors are raising alarm over a development proposal for a 150-acre farm in Westminster where crops have been grown for more than a century. It is one of the largest remaining plots of undeveloped property in the heart of the Denver metro area.
Opponents of a Lakewood ballot measure to limit new home construction in Colorado's fifth-largest city raised 38 times more in campaign contributions than backers of Question 200 -- $573,686 versus $15,071.
Despite some notable departures, the garden center industry is not drying up in Denver, it's thriving, business owners say. But external factors like boomtime land values, demand for more industrial space and competition from hemp and cannabis growers are reshaping the verdant business.