Moving to Denver? You May Have to Settle for Less

(CPR NEWS) - It's spring. The days are longer. The daffodils and cherry blossoms are blooming. And real estate agents are about to get a whole lot busier. Spring is normally a busy home buying and selling season, but there's nothing normal about Denver's real estate market, which is still rocketing along. The question is, why?…

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Tiny-Home Community Cleared to Serve Some of Denver’s Homeless

In an effort to address homelessness, the Department of Community Planning and Development in Denver has issued a temporary zoning permit for a planned tiny home development. Located at 38th and Walnut streets, this proposed development could provide up to 14 homeless people shelter, while also providing a communal kitchen, bathrooms and showers. These homes…

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Homebuilders Struggle to Fill Jobs 'Americans Don't Want'

When looking at a construction site, one can see its workers bustling along, setting the concrete, placing beams or even framing windows. What is often overlooked, however, is the speed of which construction is being completed. According to a new report from CNBC, construction around the country is taking about two months longer than usual…

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Mandated Rooftop Gardens Could be on Your November Ballot

(DENVER POST) - Denver’s status as one of the nation’s most intense urban heat islands has spurred a group of activists to propose a “green roofs” ballot initiative — a measure that could animate environmentalists while mobilizing developers to fight it. But the people behind the initiative, which would require gardens atop most new buildings…

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