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Great Things Happening in Denver

Posted on February 27, 2014 by Ray Williams (NMLS #216267).

It is a pretty exciting time to live in the Denver Metro Area. There are many up and coming new developments, both neighborhoods and businesses. All of which will help bring stabilization to these neighborhoods, as well as, possible new employment opportunities. With the completion of RiNo (River North), Sunnyside and BelMar areas. These areas consist of a combination of retail business, highlighted with an urban living environment that appeals to younger millennials and Gen-Xers alike. Property values in these areas have been spiking and rental rates have increased as well. Denver is also sparking interest as one of best cities to relocate to! We are top on the list alongside with San Francisco and New York. Businesses are looking to relocate or expand their business in Denver because not only is the rental cost lower but the median home price is also much lower, which increases standards of living for residents. To add to the benefits we have a great downtown city life accompanied with beautiful parks and outstanding school districts.

Listed below are a few links to some upcoming developments, some you may already know about but some you may not have heard of yet.

25/70- www.25-70.com

Union Station Development

Old Gates Rubber Co Building

St. Anthony Central Hospital now known as Sloans

Great resource- http://denverurbanism.com/

Now if you are a Colorado native such as I am, then you have seen many changes and the redevelopment that has already been done. Some I was very sad to see go and/or change. BUT after seeing the redevelopment it is refreshing to see how much it helped these neighborhoods stabilize, grow and change, bringing in so much more value and prosperity to these areas. Change is not always easy to accept but is necessary.

“The art of life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings.” –Kakuzo Okakaura

Cheers Denver

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