Metro Denver's housing market looked like it had regained its footing in October after stumbling in September. But last month, home sales hit another icy patch, according to the monthly market trends report from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors.
A long-term redevelopment plan in Cherry Creek North that calls for tearing down the Whole Foods and former Sears store has taken another step forward with a Denver City Council committee approving sale of spaces in a nearby parking garage.
Saving $1 million for retirement is a goal many people try to reach. But even if they hit that mark, a study from SmartAsset suggests, it might not be enough to cover living costs in Denver for the long haul.
When Amanda Troutman got approved for a loan to buy a new home in a still under-construction neighborhood of Green Valley Ranch, the Denver Public Schools teacher didn't tell her three daughters about it right away. It didn't seem real. But now it's solidified and the family is talking about getting a dog.
Work has begun on a $34 million building that will be the future home of Rocky Mountain PBS, local jazz station KUVO and a host of other public media resources in Denver's transforming Arapahoe Square area.
Southwest of downtown, in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, a trio of new commercial buildings are rising in what has long been a heavily industrial landscape. They are bringing density, modern design and -- in one case -- innovative sustainability features to Denver's west side.