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Cassidy Ritter

Articles By Cassidy Ritter

Things to Do in Popular Colorado Mountain Towns This Winter If You Don’t Ski

There are still plenty of reasons to head for the hills during the colder months if you aren’t trying to hit the slopes.

The Pad Is on Track to Become the First Colorado-Based B Corp Lodging Company

Made from 18 upcycled shipping containers, the Pad offers private suites, traditional hotel rooms, micro rooms, dorm rooms, and an array of amenities at a more affordable price than most mountain lodging.

When an Athlete Is Traded, This Denver Company Helps Them Move

The Dingman Group relocates thousands of professional athletes and coaches each year, with as many as 50 to 100 moving on any given day.

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The Ultimate Colorado Gift Guide for Food Lovers 2021

Supply chain shortages are inspiring us to get a jump on holiday shopping this year. We hope our guide makes it easier for you to do the same.

What It’s Like to Relax in a Hops-and-Barley Bath at the Beer Spa

A trip to Whittier’s dreamy, beer-centric spa is the perfect gift for any relaxation seeker (including yourself).

Colorado Springs Has One of America’s Hottest Real Estate Markets

For the second year in a row, a zip code in Colorado Springs was named one of the most sought after places to buy a home.

Why Realtors Think Denver-Area Homes Are Selling for Way Above Asking Price

The prolonged nature of the COVID-19 pandemic has created a housing market driven by more emotional decisions.

Why Does Danny Newman Keep Buying Old Denver Buildings?

The Colorado native recently purchased The Mercury Cafe, but this isn’t his first venture into the restaurant scene—and it likely won’t be his last.

A Sneak Peek at Tattered Cover’s New Kid-Centric Store

The new bookstore at Stanley Marketplace aims to ignite children’s imaginations and encourage diversity.

What to Expect From Denver’s Summer Real Estate Market

Experts say this summer could be one of the craziest times to buy a home in recent memory.


Census Results: Colorado is Getting a New Seat in Congress

Colorado’s population jumped nearly 15 percent over the past 10 years. The increase gives the state a new congressional district—meaning a new representative in Washington, D.C. Let the political posturing begin.

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Realtors Are Going to Extreme Lengths to Deal with Denver’s Crazy Housing Market

Some agents are waking up at 2:30 a.m. to schedule showings. Others are spending hours trying to catch potential listings before they go on the market.

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A (Mostly) Complete Guide to Everything at McGregor Square

The Rockies’ 659,000-square-foot development just southwest of Coors Field will open in phases starting in late March—and include everything from a food hall to a hotel to a giant outdoor plaza.

Denver Homes Are (Still) Selling Fast and for Top Dollar

For the second month in a row, attached properties sold for record-breaking prices. The average price of a single-family home also reached a new high at $632,581.

Denver Home Prices Continue to Climb. How High Will They Go?

The records don’t stop with single-family homes. The average price of attached properties also exceeded $395,000 for the first time.

This Denver Fitness Brand Has Attracted Pitbull and Jay-Z as Investors

CLMBR, an at-home climbing machine, raised $1.3 million through a crowd-funding campaign in January.

The National Western Stock Show Did Not Go On—And the Cost to the Local Economy Is Staggering

The more than 100-year-old Colorado tradition, which would have taken place from January 8–23, typically brings 700,000-plus attendees to the Mile High City each year. Without it, our local economy—from ranchers and retailers to hotels and restaurants—is losing $120 million.

Denver’s 2020 Real Estate Market Saw an Unprecedented Number of Records Broken

And just because we’re in a new calendar year doesn’t mean that the industry is slowing down.

This On-Demand Personal Assistant Service Takes Care of the Small Items on Your To-Do List

TULA, a members-only service that launched in Denver this month, aims to provide relief for families that feel stretched too thin.

Denver Police Mishandled Response to This Summer’s Protests, New Report Says

Plus: A rundown of pending high-profile lawsuits against the Denver Police Department related to misconduct at the protests.

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