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Tweet The term Deed Restricted comes from the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance passed by Denver City Council passed in 2002. Deed Restricted housing in Denver real estate terms is the same as Income Qualified, Affordable or Work Force Housing and they are all references to the City of Denver’s Affordable Housing Program. This program is actually […]

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Tweet You may already be familiar with the Denver Cruisers and if you live near downtown Denver there’s a good chance that you’ve seen this large group of people dressed in crazy costumes riding their bikes on Wednesday evenings.  What started as a few friends that enjoyed riding bikes and meeting for happy hour has grown to more than 1000 fun […]

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Tweet This weekend is the calendar day that signifies the end of summer for many – Labor Day.  But summer isn’t officially over for three weeks after Labor Day and we are lucky enough to have beautiful weather in Denver so that we can continue to enjoy the warm, sweet days. Labor Day is often a […]

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Tweet Last Monday marked the official opening of the Mordecai Children’s Garden at Denver Botanic Gardens on York St.  This urban oasis for kids is a rooftop garden for touching, smelling, seeing and tasting the outdoor environment.  Vistors are invited to build forts, eat fresh tomatoes, play in the stream and make arts & crafts. […]

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Tweet Yes, you read that correctly, Drop your Drawers and Run Wild is a 5k run/walk that takes place at City Park on August 27th. Don’t worry, you don’t have to run in your undies, just run to support “underwearness”. The founders of Underwearness are young professionals that felt the need to do something when they learned that many underprivileged children simply […]

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Tweet Try something new this weekend and visit the weekly outdoor yoga workshop at City Park. Yoga Rocks the Parkwill provide you the opportunity to practice yoga with some of Denver’s top instructors. After getting a great yoga session there will be live music and dancing afterwards so this is a unique opportunity for you to get a […]

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Tweet At the beginning of the summer a client of mine purchased a home in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood. Today they called me to chat it up and also to say thanks for getting their family a house within walking distance of the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.  They didn’t […]

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Tweet Have you checked out B-Cycle yet? B-Cycle is a bike sharing program that offers you the opportunity to have a bike to ride when you need it and it’s gone when you don’t!  The Denver B-Cycle program kicked off April of this year and, as of June 1st, there are 42 stations throughout the Denver area including downtown, Cherry […]

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Tweet     Get your bike tuned up and sign up the Urban Assault Ride that takes place next weekend, July 25th! What is an urban assault ride?? In my opinion, the most fun bike ride there is! Teams of 2 compete in a bike race/scavenger hunt and in between checkpoints you have to do a lot of […]

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Tweet We’re expecting another hot week so I suggest heading to the jumping water fountain that’s located in City Park, just west of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. It’s a great place to go relax, enjoy an amazing view of downtown Denver and the mountains, and if really hot, go play in the jumping […]

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