Denver Numbers Near 5 Billion

Downtown Denver

Downtown Denver










Investment Denver Numbers near 5 Billion!

“More people are living and working Downtown than ever before, creating a strong demand for development,” said Tami Door, president and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership. “It’s clear that our collective community efforts to build a world-class center city, and to achieve our vision of an economically healthy, growing and vital Downtown, are attracting investors and developers alike.”

In total, the map lists 71 public and private sector developments or infrastructure projects in Downtown Denver with uses spanning commercial, entertainment, government, hotel, office, residential and transportation.  The map also reports on several key facts about Downtown Denver development since 2010, including:

  • 5,565 residential units added or under construction
  • 3,062,833 square feet of office space added or under construction
  • 2,630 hotel rooms added or under construction
  • $4.8 billion of total development investment in the last five years ($1.4 billion investment through projects under construction and $3.4 billion investment through projects completed since 2010)
  • 16 projects have already been completed or are scheduled to be completed in 2015
  • More than one third of the projects have a residential component


Take a look at all the data! 2015-Downtown-Denver-Development-Stats


—- courtesy of Downtown Denver Partnership

Denver Neighborhoods – Capitol Hill

Denver Neighborhoods – Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill is one of the most eclectic and interesting neighborhoods in the city of Denver.  It has a  diverse community and is particularly popular with young folks who enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and the abundance of studio and one bedroom apartments that are to be found int he neighborhood. Most of he homes in Capitol Hill are condos or multi-family homes .Capitol Hill also has plenty of beautiful ingle family homes, Many of which are among the oldest in the city. Some of the larger mansions have recently been converted into offices. The properties of the neighborhood are just as diverse as its population.

Photo Credited to  Hotel Chatter

Photo Credited to Hotel Chatter















Named due to Colorado’s State Capitol that sits on hill. This neighborhood is just to the Southeast of Downtown Denver. Which means that its residents are within easy reach of work or entertainment in the busy downtown area. Despite its proximity to downtown, it has a very different character from the business center of the city. The Most of the buildings in Capitol Hill were built during the 1920’s , giving the neighborhood an attractive and historic character. Capitol Hill is one of the most charming neighborhoods in Denver, and it has a distinctly artistic flavor. Both Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg made their homes in this neighborhood. The apartment buildings on Sherman Street, between 10 and 11th streets are know as Poets Row. Each of the apartment complexes are named after a different famous poet, such as Robert Frost of Emily Dickenson.

Credit Google Maps

Credit Google Maps

More Information:

Near-by Parks: Cheesman Park and Capitol Hill & Congress Park

3 Minutes to DownTown

6 Minutes to Shopping (Cherry Creek Mall)

8 Minutes to I-25

Walk Score: 89

Bike Score: 95

Closest Grocery Store are King Soopers and  Whole Foods


Denver May Market Stats 2015

Denver Real Estate Market May 2015 Stats

REColorado just published their May 2015 market stats for Denver. They are super interesting and not surprising why we are making national news! Take a look for yourself.

Average Denver single family home sale price is pushing close to $420K and condo/townhome pushing closer to $260K.

REcolorado May 2015 Statistics Talking Points

REcolorado May 2015 Statistics News Relesase

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