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Will the realtors’ settlement lower costs for consumers?

We have been getting lots of questions from our readers about what the much-publicized settlement agreed to by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) to “end litigation of claims brought on behalf of home sellers related to broker commissions,” will mean to them as home buyers and/or sellers. Real estate commissions were historically six percent, …

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Revitalizing a 71-mile gem: High Line Canal Conservancy unveils Great Lengths Campaign following GOCO Award

The High Line Canal Conservancy announces Great Lengths for the High Line, a $33 million campaign poised to revitalize one of the region’s most cherished resources. This investment leverages public funding for a total investment of $100 million in the Canal over five years, breathing new life into the 71-mile High Line Canal and ensuring …

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Shea Properties plans to convert a DTC office building to affordable housing

Shea Properties is a nationwide builder of commercial, mixed-use, and residential property ranging from single-family homes to multifamily development. In Colorado, they began with the acquisition of 22,000 acres in Highlands Ranch in 1997 and have since developed approximately seven million square feet of commercial space and over 3,000 apartments. In Arizona, Nevada California, Florida, …

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Aspen Academy names new Associate Head of School

Aspen Academy, a leading Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade educational institution, announced the appointment of Dana Kohls as the new Associate Head of School, beginning in the 2024-2025 school year. This appointment comes as part of Aspen Academy’s strategic efforts to enhance its leadership structure, respond to the increasing need for durable skills in elementary and …

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CHV installs electric vehicle chargers at City Hall

On March 5, Cherry Hills Village held a ribbon cutting ceremony to inaugurate its four new electric vehicle charging stations, installed just outside the city council chambers at CHV City Hall at 2450 E. Quincy Avenue. The chargers are part of CHV’s efforts to address the sustainability and resiliency areas outlined in its recently updated …

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