Denver's Economy Sizzles With Country's Lowest Major Metro Unemployment Rate
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August 31, 2017

Denver's Economy Sizzles With Country's Lowest Major Metro Unemployment Rate

Denver has an odd challenge when it comes to economic growth. Denver is one of the most dynamic local economies in the nation. So where does it go from up?

Of the 51 U.S. metropolitan areas with a population of 1 million or more, Denver-Aurora-Lakewood had the lowest unemployment rate in July, a scant 2.4%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. People keep moving here, and they keep getting jobs. …

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Boulder Apartments At Long Last Convert To Condos

LA-based CityView has nearly completed the $5M renovation of Peloton West in Boulder, converting the complex from apartments to condos. The property's 195 units are priced from $450K to over $1M. The community at 38th Street and Arapahoe Avenue was developed…

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Say Goodbye To The Office As You Know It

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How the rise of the nomadic creative class will transform where, when and how we work.

Physical offices have always defined the working experience. But with the rise of mobile technology and the sharing economy, the tables have turned. A growing millennial workforce has shattered the traditional model of assigned desks and the nine-to-five. People can work from anywhere, at any time, and that has commercial landlords rethinking asset ownership.

Offices of the future will need to be community gathering spaces, places where companies can attract and develop talent. Buildings will become smarter, integrating with personal devices to anticipate user demand. Owners will also have to adapt as shorter leases become the new normal, as company policies shift from always present to always connected.

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Colorado Native Ziggi's Coffee Primed To Go National

Northern Colorado-based Ziggi's Coffee, which has eight stores in that part of the state and metro Denver, is rolling out another seven locations in the near future, mostly in-state. The move comes about a year after founders Brandon and Camrin Knudsen…

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“There are two emerging trends, and one is that baby boomers are holding onto inventory,” Realtor.com Director of Economic Research Javier Vivas said. “They're not moving.”

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Student Housing P3s Are Racking Up, And Not Everyone Is Happy About It

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