Boulder, which already had the highest affordable housing linkage fee of any city between the country's coasts, approved an increase on Tuesday night and will now charge developers of office space $12 per square foot.
Boulder's downtown core has become something of a dining mecca for hungry locals and tourists alike, becoming the preferred location for hometown chefs to launch not just one but multiple concepts. But a recent rash of outside interest along Pearl Street, and the area's ever-rising rents, has restaurateurs wondering if the days of growth on their home turf are over.
Longmont's economy continues to move forward, with more than half of its primary employers planning to expand and add new products during the next two to three years, according to a report released Friday.
BOULDER, Colo. — The small city of Boulder, home to the University of Colorado’s flagship campus, has a booming local economy and a pleasantly compact downtown with mountain views. Not surprisingly, a lot of people want to move here. Something else is also not surprising: Many of the people who already live in Boulder would prefer that the newcomers settle somewhere else.
Dean Callan & Company's Beau Gamble laid the groundwork last year for Team Colorado as their coach and GM. This year, they're coming back to participate in The Basketball Tournament, "a sort of glorified pro-am, pay-to-play competition featuring a wealth of former college stars and even a few former NBA players".
Denver ranked first and Boulder 10th in Homes.com’s Tech City Index 2016, a newly released assessment that lists what it calls the best places to live in the United States for technology professionals.
Chernoff Boulder Properties recently paid a little more than $4.4 million for a trio of commercial buildings in Longmont that the firm plans to give a facelift and continue leasing. Brokers Dryden Dunsmore and Hunter Barto of Dean Callan and Co., represented Chernoff in the acquisition.
BOULDER — Google’s campus under construction at 30th and Pearl streets represents the highest-profile development along 30th Street, eventually employing 1,500 workers, but a wave of other projects promises to transform the corridor from the Diagonal Highway south to Walnut Street.
BOULDER – A pair of fast-casual restaurants will open in long-vacant spaces at the Twenty Ninth Street shopping district in the coming weeks, and a replacement for the recently shuttered S.A. Elite sporting goods store might not be far behind.