Former Evergreen homeowners claim they told their agent in confidence about financial difficulties, which required them to refinance the home with a hard-money loan. One of the agents said word about their financial difficulties did get out — But it wasn’t real estate agents who spilled the beans.
A Lone Tree condo developer is building his second nuclear missile silo into million-dollar condos for the jet-setting crowd. Enough food and water & systems for 5 years off the grid.
A credit card reward program boosts Timberline Steaks & Grille’s business, but the bottom-line impact is less certain.
The developer of Denver Central Market has unloaded that building and five nearby properties in an off-market transaction.
Mansion season is in full bloom, with two big-ticket properties hitting the market in Polo Club and Cherry Hills.
The creator of the recently opened Aurora commercial park is mulling options for a South Broadway property.
The suit claims he spent the “ill-gotten” profits on a house in Snowmass, new cars and a piano.
If there’s a chairlift chair rusting in a junk pile in North America, Jacques Boiteau and his crew of “hoarders” will find it and recondition it into mountain-themed furniture.
The owner of the Fort Collins manufacturer said it has been trying to find a buyer since January, as it seeks capital to expand its product line.
Kirk Williams, like many Coloradans, is outfitting a van. But he has particular requirements beyond four-wheel drive and a bunk for sleeping.