March 2017

Found 3 blog entries for March 2017.

Just what makes a neighborhood, not only a place to call home, but a place to live?  Some might argue, the ability to walk to pick up some groceries, or perhaps quiet streets and easy access to a park.  For others, what makes a place to live a cool place to hangout with family and friends.  I recently had the opportunity to visit The Stanley Marketplace on the east side of Stapleton, in Aurora.  The Stanley is one of those places.

The Stanley, in it’s previous life, was an old airplane hangar at the former Stapleton International Airport.  What started out as an idea between a couple friends for a beer hall, evolved into a destination for shopping, dining, and just hanging out.  

What brought me out to The Stanley was actually an immersive theatre

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Did you see this article in the Denver Post yesterday? For the last several years, in Colorado, most of the attention in this fast and feverish real estate market has gone to Denver. Denver real estate sales have pretty much led the country in most every category when it comes to the home selling and buying market. Why? One good reason, the population growth in Denver has grown incredibly fast. From 2010-2015, Denver's population grew 13.1%, from 603,421 people to 682,545 by 2015.

Move over Denver! Lone Tree, Commerce City, Broomfield, Castle Rock, and Lochbuie are out-pacing Denver's population growth! Lone Tree at 19%, Commerce City at 17%, Broomfield at a 16%, Castle Rock at 15%, and Lochbuie rounding out the final five at a 14% population growth

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Whether you’re in Park Hill, Congress Park, Sloan’s Lake, or Montclair, I’m sure you’ve been enjoying our unseasonably warm, sunny weather here in Denver.  Naturally, the warm temps are bound to get your green thumb a little itchy, and there are some things that it is ok to do at this point in the season.  

I reached out to my friend, Patrick Kramer with Karma Fine Gardening to get his expertise on the matter.  Despite the beautiful weather, you should really hold off on planting any annuals until after Mother’s Day.  This is Colorado, and we’re still bound to experience some freezing temperatures and snow between now and then.  But if you really can’t help yourself, you can always plant some pansies.  According to Patrick, “they love the cool weather

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