Fresh off another successful Prime Days push in July, Amazon is clearly not intent on resting on its near-monopolistic laurels. The dominant online shopping company is looking to branch out into rare unchartered consumer waters and add yet another category to its long list of retail offerings.
Senate Bill 181 was designed to increase regulations of gas and oil drilling operations in Colorado but may impact the real estate market as well. Downtown Denver houses many gas and oil companies. If these companies move or go out of business, the Denver real estate market could face repercussions.
With the Denver Green Building Ordinance in place after passage by the city council, commercial real estate owners are looking at a new avenue to secure the best return on their investments.
Eighties nostalgia seems to be a never-ending craze. From "Stranger Things" representing the decade with references to Ghostbusters and New Coke, what was old is new again.
After almost 30 years of leasing space, Breckenridge Brewery may be forced to leave the building.
Realtor.com’s May list of the hottest housing markets nationally featured well-known cities such as Boston, Rochester (New York) and Fort Wayne. Residing in the number 10 slot was a surprising upstart.