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Denver’s real estate market is officially on fire. And with the confluence of our housing dearth and historically low interest rates, there’s no sign of a shift on the horizon.
This is all great news for sellers, but how do buyers best navigate the ultra-competitive environment? We spoke with...
July 6 2015, 2:00 PM
The Ascent Table, crafted by Fin Art Co. for Journeyman & Co.'s American Veteran Collection, features materials from WWII airplane wings.
—Photos courtesy of Journeyman & Co.
Offering up fine craftsmanship with a charitable bent is a tall order for a fledgling business. But it was always a twofold mission for the Denver-based duo behind the new online shopping website Journeyman & Co.
—Crystal Miller Creative
“We wanted to wrap up our passion for...
July 2 2015, 9:01 AM
—Photo by Sarah Boyum
Outdoor dining in the Mile High City is a guaranteed summertime pleasure. This year, add the new patio at Cuba Cuba Cafe & Bar in the Golden Triangle to your alfresco line-up. Here, good design adds something special to your happy hour vibe. Created by Jonas DiCaprio, owner of ...
June 22 2015, 12:30 PM
New-York based sculptor Kiki Smith's "Singer" greets visitors as they step off the elevator on the fourth floor.
It's about time downtown Denver diversified its lineup of accommodations. As of this week, the area's newest lodging option, the Art Hotel, is officially open for business. The 165-room space doubles as a gallery, with paintings and sculptures located in hallways, rooms, and the...
June 18 2015, 2:25 PM
At the Center for ReSource Conservation’s retail store, the showroom is built from the kinds of materials it sells, all perfect for upcycling. (All photos: Kiran Herbert)
Father’s Day, like so many other Hallmark holidays, can leave environmentalists in a bind: Our gifting culture emphasizes buying the newest, trendiest things, which are likely to be pushed aside in short order for the next hot item. It's a cycle that encourages unnecessary production and creates...
June 17 2015, 2:10 PM
—Courtesy of Ryan Dearth
When Colin Schroeder does the math, the sum troubles his conscience: A sales rep for a welding-supply business, he travels thousands of miles in a truck (hauling a trailer) that ekes out 13 miles a gallon. So the Wisconsin native is trying to mitigate his impact—by making furniture. Schroeder uses...
—Daniel O'Connor Photography
Liz Finkelstein admits that inside a two-bedroom Boulder townhouse, she may have gone overboard with green accents: throw pillows, fabrics, wall hangings. “But when it’s essentially a hotel…you get to do more unusual things,” says the stylist and owner of Mile High Style, a boutique style-...
Before we bought our condo last year after an extraordinarily lucky sequence of events, my girlfriend and I rented in the Golden Triangle’s Prado Building. The tiered, hulking edifice looming over Speer Boulevard was one of the luxurious early residential options in the area—Carmelo...
June 12 2015, 10:59 AM