A few weeks ago the Boulder, Colorado area experienced the 100 yr flood. Some say it was the once every 500 years flood. Most of saw lots of destruction on the TV news that occurred from the foothills above Boulder to the eastern plains. Boulder real estate inventory levels of homes for sale were already […]
Change is coming to Boulder’s long-held anti-growth philosophy. For years a city known for stalling and killing new real estate developments, the Denver suburb of Boulder has started to open its doors to new ideas and serious new developments. Boulder is currently looking at 30 new developments from single family homes to mixed use units […]
As an Erie resident and an amateur genealogist, I am delighted to have this new employer moving to our area. Ok, it is not located in Erie but the expanded regional National archives will be in Broomfield next door and should offer another source of jobs. That’s good for our local economy and ultimately the […]
When discussing Boulder, CO real estate, most folks gasp when they hear how expensive it is. Why is Boulder real estate so expensive you might ask? Well, location plays a large role as world class hiking, biking, climbing, and skiing areas are all within a short distance of one another making the quality of life […]
By Paula King, Boulder Realtor One of the more desirable features of living in Colorado is the expansive trail system throughout the state. In Denver, there are several trails that link up all quadrants of the city. They run over 110 miles. You can ride from the Chatfield Reservoir to Downtown, riding along the Platte River, […]
By Paula King, Boulder Realtor Once again Boulder has landed at the top of America’s “Best Cities.” Occasionally “lovingly” referred to as the People’s Republic of Boulder, for its strong individuality, it now can claim the title of “Best Educated City.” Forbes magazine rated Boulder number one. They based the ranking on the number of residents […]
by Paula King, Boulder Colorado Real Estate Expert Boulder has attempted to discourage automobile traffic for a long time. One of its most popular attractions is the pedestrian mall, Pearl Street Mall. Visit www.boulder.downtown.com. Public parking garages are a bargain, with free parking on the weekends. Now, there is contest for better bicycle racks.
Affordable Housing Experiment in A Trailer Park by Larry Hotz, All Denver Real Estate University of Colorado students have spent $44,000 to design and renovate an affordable housing project in Boulder, one of the most expensive real estate markets in the state. The home was unveiled to the public at an open house on September […]