The Lakes at Centerra: Certified Wild

The Lakes at Centerra: Certified Wild

It’s a busy world out there. Staggering leaps in technology, countless modern conveniences, and instant communication options via numerous channels keep life moving at a rapid pace. But sometimes everyone just yearns for a little peace, especially at home. Imagine waking up each day beckoned by shimmering lakes, miles of trails, genuine neighborly community, and stunning wildlife…all gently tucked away within the thriving heart of Northern Colorado. Sounds dreamy, right? Residents of The Lakes at Centerra consider it a dream come true.

Markel Homes Puts Contemporary Spin on Architectural Classics

Markel Homes Puts Contemporary Spin on Architectural Classics

Ask a friend or colleague about his childhood and he’ll tell you where he grew up and what it was like to live there. You’ll hear about his family’s home, the neighborhood, the kids he hung out with and the year his mom decided the family would climb fourteen 14ers over summer vacation. Decades later, the sense of place still resonates. Images and memories come alive with the telling, some so keen they could have happened yesterday.

Creativity Inspires  Commercial Engineering

Creativity Inspires Commercial Engineering

Most people won’t realize how often they come in contact with the byproducts of local businesses. Whether you’ve heard of them or not, you likely have an experiential relationship with the Ascent Group, a Boulder-based engineering firm that boasts an impressive client list.

Alphabet Street : The Origin of Boulder’s Street Names

Boulder’s original street-naming convention began in 1891 with the platting of the Newlands subdivision. Avenues ran east and west, starting with 1st Avenue and increasing numerically to the north to 6th Avenue. Streets ran north and south, beginning with 3rd Street, nearest to the Foothills. But overlapping avenue and street names became confusing as the Newlands subdivision grew and North Boulder developed. A change was gonna come (name that artist) and public meetings were held to solve the problem.

Low-Maintenance Living in Boulder Creek’s Longmont Patio Homes

Low-Maintenance Living in Boulder Creek’s Longmont Patio Homes

With only three homes remaining for sale at Tramonto in Longmont, the beloved low-maintenance community by award-winning lifestyle builder Boulder Creek Neighborhoods offers the epitome of easy living, from main floor, open-concept floorplans, a peaceful location in the shadow of Long’s Peak, a network of community parks to perhaps most crucially, the freedom of a brilliantly accessible, low-maintenance homes.

Housing for Everyone

Housing for Everyone

Every year, Colorado REALTORS® gather for two days in Denver at the Economic Summit and REALTOR® Day at the Capitol. This is an opportunity for Colorado REALTORS® to meet with Colorado legislators and hear a variety of presentations. This year’s meeting featured a “Housing for All – Demographics of Homeownership” panel discussion moderated by Matthew Leprino, a Denver REALTOR® and REColorado board member.

Live a Lake Lifestyle

Live a Lake Lifestyle

Barefoot Lakes’ new park, new homes bring nature to your front door By Rhema Zlaten for At Home Imagine the drive home. As you round the final corner after a long day, picture seeing natural Colorado green space. Shimmering lake water and trails help chase away the...
Boulder Creek at Denio West offers main-floor living in a low-maintenance package

Boulder Creek at Denio West offers main-floor living in a low-maintenance package

This weekend the award-winning lifestyle builder Boulder Creek Neighborhoods will unveil its latest model home, the ranch-style easyHouse® 31 at Denio West in Longmont, at the corner of 9th and Hover. The grand opening, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday Feb. 9, showcases Boulder Creek’s mission to help home buyers right size in to a low-maintenance way of living.

New Homes Under $400K in Lafayette

New Homes Under $400K in Lafayette

Attractive introductory pricing paired with Markel Homes’s reputation for quality and design is driving sales at Silver Creek and Blue Sage, new Markel Homes communities in central and west Lafayette.

Where are all the people coming from?

Where are all the people coming from?

There is no question that population in Colorado is increasing. You can experience crowding on the roads when you’re commuting, and in even daily life when you visit the grocery store or go to restaurants. In fact, the Colorado Department of Public Affairs estimates that the population in Colorado will grow to over eight million by 2050.

5 ways to improve energy efficiency in your home

5 ways to improve energy efficiency in your home

As the winter cold sets in, your heating expenses are probably rising. At this time of year, we all tend to think about energy efficiency and how to save money on home-related expenses. Here are a few ways that you can reduce your energy consumption costs. Suzanne...