No High Rises in West HighlandNeighbors surrounding the proposed site of three, five-story apartment towers just north of 32nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard have made their opposition to the project clear. RedPeak Properties, the developer planning to build the structures, and Tom Wootten, the ... More >>
The Denver skyline is changing -- fast. On Monday, CenturyLink will start taking down the blue Qwest signs that have glowed like alien azure orbs above downtown Denver for a decade. We were discussing this development while waiting for the fireworks show that has become a nightly feature at E ... More >>
Scott TiptonRanchers in southeast Colorado battling the Army's grand expansion schemes for the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site watched in dismay this week as a congressional subcommittee removed from its budget bill a provision that has kept the military from acquiring additional land for the 367 ... More >>
Tambor Williams.Dan Maes will announce his lieutenant governor pick at noon today -- and the choice will reportedly be Tambor Williams. In some respects, Williams fits the lieutenant governor wish list of Northern Colorado Tea Party director Lesley Hollywood, given her experience as a four-t ... More >>
Harold Thompson.Earlier this month, we told you about a dust-up involving Fountain City Councilman Harold Thompson that ended with medical marijuana advocate Al Lender taking an elbow to the mouth -- after he called Thompson a son of a bitch, that is. Now, a special prosecutor says no charges ... More >>
Harold Thompson.How to liven up a boring city council meeting? Get one of the councilmen to throw an elbow to the face of a medical marijuana patient who's just called him a son of a bitch. That's apparently what happened at the Fountain City Council meeting last night in an altercation betw ... More >>
2010 Delgany, once a potential view-blocker, was recently bought by Coors Field Rockies fans will no longer have to worry about their view of the mountains from Coors Field becoming obstructed by a possible high-rise condo building. The special district that owns the baseball stadium quietly purcha ... More >>
More is not merrier for Highland homeowners who want to stop construction in their neighborhoods.
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The Good Neighbor Guidebook for Colorado
For mountain property owners in Boulder, the road home may be getting steeper.
By the time one of these investors gets his foot inside the door, your house is as good as gone.