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Stapleton DOES feel different.

by Vali Hooker on August 3, 2007

in Stapleton

Tweet  The questions come in all the time about what the old Denver airport, the New urbanism development Stapleton is all about. There are skeptics out there, after all how can you make 4700 acres of old airport space and runways and a rickety old airport an urban suburbia minutes from downtown? Master developer, Forest […]

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2020 Lawrence

by Vali Hooker on July 19, 2007

in Downtown

Tweet 2020 Lawrence Denver, CO 80203 Downtown Denver condos that get a big, ‘green’ thumbs up. This project is 60 residential units with parking garage floors and ground-level commercial/retail. The Building is located in Ballpark at 20th and Lawrence. Currently the condos are for sale, pre-construction, and range from about $277,000 to $712,000 for 1000 […]

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Built Green ~ What?

by Vali Hooker on June 23, 2007

in Green Living

Tweet On our planet of dwindling natural resources consumers have become more sensitive to energy and environmental issues. This is even true when remodeling a home or looking for a home to purchase. There are many technologically advance methods and building materials that make homes better than ever before to our planet. Improving water quality, […]

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My Denver. My Bike.

by Vali Hooker on March 8, 2007

in Around Denver

Tweet Alas, the beautiful sunshine is once again a staple in our daily routine in Denver, Colorado. After eight weeks of dirty snow piles, icy parking lots and magnesium chloride coated cars our sunlit Denver is back in full affect! We’ve once again been reacquainted with 55 degree late winter days! As the sun comes […]

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