What’s Special About Denver

What’s Special About Denver?

Finding up an idea about the best place of the United States in all matters then Denver can make you sound although. denver realtor has the proper alignment and they are going to make you feel so well. They will give you a real time concern and the output as well. You can meet with all the very obvious and the real aspect indeed. Denver is among such places which are going to make you suit for your living and this will give you aspects of delights indeed.

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Colorado Springs tops Denver to rank No. 2 in magazine’s Best Places to Live list

Colorado Springs topped Denver to take the second-place ranking, behind Austin, Texas, in this year’s list of "Best Places to Live" by U.S. News & World Report magazine. Colorado’s second-largest city moved up nine places from 11th last year, while Denver fell one place in the rankings for the second consecutive year. Austin topped the rankings this year and last year after Denver finished first in the inaugural list. Colorado Springs ranked sixth in 2016. "There are rankings, and there are rankings," Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers said Monday. "The U.S. News & World Report ranking is very prestigious and compares Colorado Springs against some of the nation’s most dynamic… Read More

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Carvana Shows Colorado The New Way to Buy a Car In Denver

DENVER, CO — From Carvana: Carvana (NYSE: CVNA), a leading e-commerce platform for buying used cars, launched free delivery services in Denver, giving area car buyers wider selection, considerable savings and a superior experience compared to traditional dealerships. Customers can shop more than 10,000 company-owned vehicles on Carvana.com, finance, purchase, schedule as-soon-as-next-day vehicle delivery and even trade in their current car in as little as 10 minutes. Instead of wasting an entire Saturday at the dealership, customers can shop a national inventory of more than 10,000 vehicles on their own terms, from the comfort of home or on the go via their mobile device. Their chosen vehicle is then delivered… Read More

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Colorado SAP specialty IT shop NIMBL acquir

Colorado SAP specialty IT shop NIMBL acquired by Italy’s TechEdge (Video) – Denver Business Journal

A growing Denver information technology firm has been acquired by an Italian company in a deal that could create more opportunity to reach customers needing IT help. TechEdge, a Milan-based IT business, bought Denver’s NIMBL in January. The companies just publicly announced the deal. Financial terms were not disclosed. Becoming part of TechEdge, a larger organization with deeper pockets, should mean good things for NIMBL, Yosh Eisbart, NIMBL’s co-founder and CEO said. “We were financially stable, but we were a bootstrapping company,” Eisbart said. “Now we have so much more possibility. It’s very exciting.” NIMBL employs slightly more than 100 people, about 70 percent of them in Denver. The company… Read More

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Winners and Losers of Broncos-Rams Trade Involving Star CB Aqib Talib

The Los Angeles Rams are getting better by the day, while the majority of NFL teams are waiting until the start of free agency to even take their first steps toward contention during the 2018 campaign. General manager Les Snead agreed to a deal Thursday with the Denver Broncos to acquire five-time Pro Bowl cornerback Aqib Talib for a fifth-round pick, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The deal won’t be finalized until the start of the new league year on March 14. The Rams front office is taking advantage of an inefficient veteran trade market in an attempt to usurp the Philadelphia Eagles’ throne as the NFC’s best squad and… Read More

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Denver approves city's first legal marijuana c

Denver approves city’s first legal marijuana club

DENVER (AP) — Officials in Colorado’s largest city on Monday approved Denver’s first legal marijuana club and joined a small number of business across the country allowing people to consume in states where adult use has been broadly legalized. Denver voters in 2016 approved a ballot measure allowing so-called “social consumption” locations. It took nine months for the city began accepting applications, and industry advocates complained that state restrictions preventing marijuana use at any business with a liquor license and the city’s own rules made it difficult to find an acceptable location. For instance, clubs can’t be located within 1000 feet of a school, day cares or addiction treatment facilities.… Read More

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100 Colorado Creatives 4.0: Julie Rada

Julie Rada in a murder one less, at the Boulder Fringe Festival and BINDERY | space, 2009. #53: Julie Rada A political thinker wrapped up in a creative skin, Julie Rada infiltrated Denver’s experimental-theater scene years ago. She worked with the long-gone Lida Project, collaborated with Lida artistic director Brian Freeland as Countdown to Zero, and created countless original and innovative works with her own companies. On the side, Rada facilitates performances in prisons, offering the incarcerated a chance at redemptive creativity. The versatile actor and director left for a while and returned in 2016, picking up where she left off by regrouping with Denver colleagues Miriam Suzanne and Kenny… Read More

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Denver commercial real estate firm buys Broadway building for $17M – Denver Business Journal

A Denver commercial real estate firm has bought the Offices at the Art building on Broadway for $17.1 million. Northstar Commercial Partners said it bought the 52,000-square-foot, three-story building at 1221 Broadway at the Denver Art Museum complex. The building is fully leased by communications software company Four Winds Interactive. The Denver Business Journal profiled the company in May 2016. “This will be one of the top acquisitions in the Denver market for newer office space and we’re thrilled to be involved, especially with Denver as our hometown,” said Brian Watson, chairman and CEO of Northstar, in a statement. Watson is also running for state treasurer of Colorado; a race… Read More

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When the Wazee Closes, a Boozy Chapter of Denver History Will End

A river of booze runs through the history of this city. In fact, a whiskey barrel made the future city possible, according to historian Tom Noel, who wrote his Ph.D. thesis on the watering holes of Denver, creating his first book, The City and the Saloon, and earning the title “Dr. Colorado.” After the discovery of gold by the foothills of the Rockies, competing camps sprang up near the confluence of Cherry Creek and the South Platte River; Denver City was founded on the St. Charles Town claim. On November 22, 1858, General William Larimer — who’d built the town’s first house out of coffin tops, or so the story… Read More

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The Denver CO Housing Market Is Hot Right Now

There has been a sharp rise in housing costs in the Denver CO real estate market thanks to the passing of the new marijuana laws. With people coming from all over the world to make Denver their home, visitors to the mile high city can see lots of housing construction. The new industry in Denver has brought in a lot of wealth and that has translated into more construction of housing. Whether you are looking for one of the brand new swanky downtown lofts, a house or Condominium, Denver is growing very fast as it tries to keep pace with the influx of people moving into town. The simplest way… Read More

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