Denver Colorado Property News

Happy Hour

Finding the right happy hour can help you feel right at home and help you save a little cash. Happy hours are usually a very busy and social time at restaurants and pubs, as well. Here's a look at some of the best happy hours on Colfax Avenue in Denver.

Prohibition - 504 East Colfax Avenue, Denver

This bar has a great name and provides a very cool atmosphere. It's also a great place for happy hours. With a gastro-pub menu and reasonable happy hour specials, you will love this neighborhood bar. There are plenty of cocktails on the menu and the Moscow Mule is one of the favorites.

Lost Lake Lounge - 3602 East Colfax Avenue, Denver

This newly renovated spot is one of the top choices on Colfax Avenue. They provide plenty of live music, a

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Stapleton is seeing several new businesses coming to the area or recently completed lately. There are more than a dozen new projects affecting the area this year and next. Stapleton is actually one of the country’s 6th best-selling master-planned communities. The city is going to be adding a commuter rail stop for traffic in the future between the Denver International Airport and Denver Union Station which was the motivation to add new businesses here. Here is a look at the plans for the community.

What will be coming to Stapleton?

Most of the developments are coming to the areas of downtown and the airport. It’s clear that based on the number of businesses being added that the community is a strong and growing success. The new businesses are

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If you fly out of Denver Airport often you may have noticed they have some amazing food in the airport. They were actually ranked in the top 10 for airport food among 100 U.S. airports. Between sit-down options and casual eateries, their 72 restaurants ranked them #8 on the list. You can enjoy a mix of local flavors with national brands. Here is a look at the food options in the different areas of the airport.

Concourse A

If you find yourself in Concourse A, you have the options of Denver ChopHouse that serves thick steaks, New Belgium Spoke which serves excellent New Belgium beer like Sunshine Wheat and Fat Tire brewred in Fort Collins, Colorado or Lavazza, an upscale coffee shop with an Italian coffee company.

Concourse B

Concourse B

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Bike Lane Construction

Good news for those that bike in Denver. It’s been announced that Arapahoe Street will be getting a permanent protected bike lane. The Downtown Denver Partnership’s October Member Forum brought mention of the exciting new project on the street in Denver.

They’ll first finish up a few temporary projects on that street and then implement the new bike lane in order to support larger Denver Moves Plan. Here is a look at the new protected bike lane and the plans Denver has.

Where is the Bike Lane going to be placed?

The new protected bike lane on Arapahoe Street is going to extend from Broadway to Speer. It’s considered a vital need for downtown Denver since that area is biked through often for downtown use and for the use of the business

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Denver is gearing up for the holiday season with some great family-friendly events. The Mayor is even asking that people get out of the house and enjoy the magic of the season with the Mile High Holiday events. Here is a look at the top 12 events in Denver for Christmas.

Zoo Lights

The Denver Zoo is lighting up this holiday season and bringing animals to life. Their real animals are indoors keeping warm but you can see lighted up animals around the zoo. It starts at 5:30pm until 9pm every day from December 5th through January 4th. It costs $13 for adults and $9 for children to check it out. They’ll have 38 acres of lights and feature over 150 animated animal sculptures

The Nutcracker Ballet

Stop by the Ellie Caulkins Opera House to

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The folks in the Mile High City know how to enjoy the summer. Once they emerge from the cold and icy darkness of winter, they just pack activity after activity into this amazing city. Hardly a weekend goes by between May and September when you can’t find some sort of activity. From the arts to dining to sports to entertainment, Denver’s summer traditions offer something for everyone and they do it with a truly unique Denver flair.

Here are some of Denver’s favorite summertime traditions:

Capitol Hill People’s Fair

This is one of Denver’s most famous summer festivals. What started out decades ago as a gathering of hippies today features corporate sponsorship and an amazing depth of art and exhibits. The Capitol Hill People’s Fair takes place in June

A Taste of

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Beer GlassesCannonball Creek is a brewing company located in Golden, Colorado that has only been around since 2013.  This was the home of owners Jason Stengl and Brian Hutchinson and an easy choice for the location of their brewery. Their former co-worker and professional brewer Jonathan Lee now runs the tasting room and works in the brewery. Here is a look at what the Cannonball Creek is all about.


Owners Stengl and Hutchinson take pride in crafting beers. They’ve actually earned two silver medals in the 2013 Great American Beer Festival after only one year of being open. They now keep 6-12 seasonal taps on rotation at all times. Since they are always trying to come up with new creations, the tap wall is regularly changing.

Most Popular Beers


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Open SignIf you don't have the time or the skills to create your own Thanksgiving feast, some of the best restaurants in Denver can help. There are a few great spots open on November 27th for your thanksgiving feast. Here are some of the best choices throughout Denver.

The Corner Office - 1401 Market Street, Denver

This spot provides comfort food and will serve a three-course meal for Thanksgiving. The Corner Office is found in the LoDo area and features roasted turkey, cornbread chorizo stuffing and honey-glazed ham. The cost is $35 per person.

Randolph's - 1776 Grant Street, Denver

This restaurant is found within the Warwick Denver Hotel and will serve brunch from 10am to 3pm. They will also provide a Thanksgiving dinner from 5pm to 10pm.


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Denver is looking to repurpose old buildings through an adaptive reuse project called Avanti Food and Beverage. Repurposing old buildings is an important way to grow and revitalize a city. It’s important to keep historical buildings in tact as long as possible, so rather than demolishing them, it’s better to adaptively reuse them.

The Source building and the Colorado National Bank, currently the Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel, are great examples of this. Here is a look at the Avanti Food and Beverage Repurposing project going on with an old Denver building.

The Building Being Restored

Located at 32nd and Pecos in Lower Highland, the adaptive reuse project, known as Avanti Food and Beverage, will repurposing an old building.

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Thanksgiving Feast - Image Credit: is almost here and Denver is gearing up. While most people are grocery shopping for the ingredients, others are realizing that a take-out Thanksgiving feast is the way to go. Save yourself the time and money in shopping, cooking and stressing out and just grab a take-out dinner this year. You can spend the extra time with your friends and family rather than slaving in the kitchen. Here are the best take-out Thanksgiving feast options in Denver.

Cook’s Fresh Market - 1600 Glenarm Place, Suite 120, Denver

Cook’s Fresh Market is located at the 16th Street Mall. It’s a chic urban grocer with a full catering team. They are great at finding hard-to-find items and the best ingredients for your dinner. You’ll make Thanksgiving a fine-dining

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