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Boulder's 17*Walnut draws top dollar - Colorado Real Estate Journal


Colorado Real Estate Journal

Boulder's 17*Walnut draws top dollar
Colorado Real Estate Journal
Rivendell Global Real Estate bought 17*Walnut, a 26-unit community in Boulder's East End, for $600,000 per unit. That's the highest price ever paid for a conventional apartment community in Colorado and the second-highest nationally, since 2015, for a ...


Boulder County residents face June 1 deadline for property-value appeals - Longmont Times-Call

Boulder County residents face June 1 deadline for property-value appeals
Longmont Times-Call
Mailed or faxed appeals: Can be sent by conventional mail to the Boulder County Assessor's Office, P.O. Box 471, Boulder CO 80306 or faxed to 303-441-4996. Mailed appeals must be postmarked by 11:59 p.m. June 1. In-person appeals ... While the assessor ...

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Downtown Boulder's Walnut Brewery Will Be Replaced by Boulder Beer Company - Westword

Westword

Downtown Boulder's Walnut Brewery Will Be Replaced by Boulder Beer Company
Westword
Like many medium-sized craft breweries across the country, including several in Colorado, Boulder Beer felt the pinch of increased competition and declining sales last year; the brewery's production numbers were down by 9 percent between 2015 and 2016 ...

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Is Tallahassee better after Boulder? - Tallahassee.com

Tallahassee.com

Is Tallahassee better after Boulder?
Tallahassee.com
Two years ago, a delegation of Tallahassee movers and shakers traveled to Boulder, Colorado. Monday through Wednesday, an even larger ... I've been in the commercial real estate business since 1983. I believe the business climate is better now than it ...

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Assessor: Big increase in reappraised Boulder County property values - Longmont Times-Call

Assessor: Big increase in reappraised Boulder County property values
Longmont Times-Call
The total values of commercial real estate in Boulder County grew by 23.3 percent, from about $8.9 billion in mid-2014 to more than $11 billion as of mid-2016, Braddock said. The real-estate value increases in the notices that most individual property ...

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'Software as a service' gains traction in Hyderabad - Times of India

Times of India

'Software as a service' gains traction in Hyderabad
Times of India
With more than 450 startups offering broad business functions like human resource management, finance and accounting and marketing for industry verticals such as retail (both offline and online), logistics, healthcare, education, aviation, telecom ...


Google tools generated $2.9B in economic activity in Colorado last year, tech giant says - Boulder Daily Camera

Google tools generated $2.9B in economic activity in Colorado last year, tech giant says
Boulder Daily Camera
According to its latest report, Google employs more than 650 people between its Boulder and Thornton operations. And though it declined to say how many would be housed in the new Walnut Street offices, local real estate experts estimate that roughly ...

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Real estate records, 05/21/17 - Lincoln Journal Star

Real estate records, 05/21/17
Lincoln Journal Star
Bae Land Dev Co LLC to Heritage, Jennifer, $104,900. Baker, Beverly J ... Boulder Ridge Properties LLC to Stanczyk, Dave, 8810 Gold Dust Rd., $80,990. Bouwens, Loren ... Brown, James L to Andrew Ross Real Estate LLC, 445 N 25 St., $88,000. Brown ...

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Boulder legislator's bill would offer mobile home owners more flexibility in paying off tax liens - Boulder Daily Camera

Boulder legislator's bill would offer mobile home owners more flexibility in paying off tax liens
Boulder Daily Camera
A bill that would give Colorado's county treasurers more flexibility in dealing with unpaid tax liens on mobile homes — an effort to stop predatory investors from gaining control of such properties — earned unanimous approval from the state House's ...

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What happens if the Denver area loses its last mobile home parks? - Denverite (blog)

Denverite (blog)

What happens if the Denver area loses its last mobile home parks?
Denverite (blog)
“This is a primary way that low-income people can break into the homeownership market,” said Esther Sullivan, a professor of sociology at the University of Colorado Denver who has lived in and studied mobile home parks. “It's not only for the middle ...



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