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Inside Eight Denver Remodeling Projects, From $57K to $27M

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Ever drive by a major Denver remodeling project and wonder what's going on — and how much is being spent?

Now there's a way to find out.

BuildZoom.com has created a Denver-centric map that aims to track every single remodeling project in the Mile High — or at least ones big enough to require permits — using data from the city's building department.

A quick spin through the site revealed information about projects ranging from low-budget makeovers (we saw one valued at $500) to some of the biggest remodeling jobs in the state.

Below, see interactive graphics and remodeling stats for eight properties, starting at just over $57,000 and escalating from there to more than $27 million. If you have problems seeing the images, click "View on Google Maps" — and to learn more about remodeling projects in your neighborhood, visit BuildZoom.com's Denver page by clicking here.

2736 N Vine St
DENVER, CO 80205

According to the Denver Development Service, there were 9 building permits filed at this property over the past 4 years. These building permits have a valuation of $57,900.

1783 N Hudson St
DENVER, CO 80220

According to the Denver Development Service, there were 5 building permits filed at this property over the past 3 years. These building permits have a valuation of $71,200.

3715 N Mariposa St
DENVER, CO 80211

According to the Denver Development Service, there were 13 building permits filed at this property over the past 3 years. These building permits have a valuation of $161,222.

2586 N Clay St
DENVER, CO 80211

According to the Denver Development Service, there were 7 building permits filed at this property over the past 3 years. These building permits have a valuation of $180,400.

Continue to learn more about another four major remodeling jobs in Denver, including one valued at more than $27 million.

1680 N Quebec St
DENVER, CO 80249

According to the Denver Development Service, there were 9 building permits filed at this property over the past 2 years. These building permits have a valuation of $327,413.

4151 E Colfax Ave
DENVER, CO 80220

According to the Denver Development Service, there were 13 building permits filed at this property over the past 3 years. 12 of them have valuations, the total of which is $1,060,239.

3737 Blake St
DENVER, CO 80205

According to the Denver Development Service, there were 5 building permits filed at this property over the past 3 years. These building permits have a valuation of $3,598,334.

1701 Wynkoop St
DENVER, CO 80211

According to the Denver Development Service, there were 143 building permits filed at this property over the past 4 years. 129 of them have valuations, the total of which is $27,625,422.


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