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Tweet Lowry has been a great place for buyers that want brand new construction in Denver that’s not too far from downtown and an easy commute to I-70.   Newer single-family homes in Lowry have traditionally had price tags starting in the high $300’s up into the million and a half mark.   Berkeley Homes […]

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Denver Neighborhood: Krisana Park

by Vali Hooker on October 15, 2010

in Denver Neighborhood Tours

Tweet Krisana Park has grown in popularity with the surge of Denver home buyers that are looking for architecture that’s unique within close proximity to Cherry Creek, I-25 and urban lifestyle.  The movement towards buying only as much home as you need has wildly sparked the ever-popular Krisana Park because on average the homes are 1200 – […]

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Tweet :: Today :: Get out and meet some of your urban farm animal neighbors at Farmfest happening at Stapleton’s Urban Farm.  Gates open at 1PM and live, local bands will be playing from 3-7PM – hear “Jux County,” “I’m a Boy” and “Gata Negra.” Proceeds will go to TUF programs at The Urban Farm. […]

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Tweet Yes, I know I’m posting about a Fall Harvest during our 90 days of summer but technically it’s still Summer in Denver for a few more days! We are going to keep it rolling until the official end of summer.  I don’t believe anybody will argue with me with the 80-degree days and the […]

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Tweet The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver (HBA) presents The Parade of Homes 2010 that is returning to Denver that showcases many of Denver’s great neighborhoods with new homes. The 2010 Parade of Homes opened August 14 and will run through Labor Day (September 6) and admission is FREE. There are 57 homes open for […]

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Tweet Green Spaces Colorado and Westword are teaming up to bring Denver a festival that celebrates LOCAL food, misic and culture in a sustainable way at the Green Route Festival.  Saturday, August 28th from 2-9 PM on 26th St. between Blake and Larmier – Denver’s RiNo Art District (River North).  Advance tickets are being sold […]

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Walnut Flats Grand Opening

by Vali Hooker on June 2, 2009

in Upper Larimer & Rino

Tweet There’s a lot happening in Denver’s Upper Larimer neighborhood and one of the latest developments is Walnut Flats located at 27th and Walnut. Beginning May 27, 2009 the builder/developer, Summit Legend, opened pre-construction pricing and reservations to those who want to be future owners of the 1 and 2 bedroom Energy Star qualified Walnut […]

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Spire update

by Real Estate News on March 13, 2009

in Downtown

Tweet We attended the grand opening party of the Spire on Wednesday night…and wow! I knew it would be a fun event and we’d get to tour a model or two but I was very pleasantly surprised to learn more about this new high-rise and all of the wonderful amenities! Denver now has a place that […]

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Save Money, Reduce Energy Use

by Vali Hooker on November 10, 2008

in Green Living

Tweet As mid-century enthusiasts, my fiancé and I, found the 1950’s house of our style dreams this summer. The home has all the elements that define the era — ranch-style layout, large patio and garden incorporated into the home design and floor-to-ceiling windows. I enjoy all these elements greatly however this morning while sipping my […]

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Conserve and Save $

by Vali Hooker on June 5, 2008

in Home Tips

Tweet Spring usually brings about many sales and home appliance stores are no exception. Currently in the process of remodeling and shopping for bathroom fixtures –specifically toilets (yes, yes–the best type of shopping!) I came across a steal of a deal at do-it-ur-self plumbing on high-efficiency dual-flush toilets. The deal came in part because of […]

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