Located in the small shopping center in the heart of the Rock Creek Ranch subdivision, it’s a nice variation from some of the big outfits around the area.
The Veal 508, for you meat eaters is a favorite of my daughter’s so I hope they keep it on the menu!
If you’ve been thinking of renovating your bathroom, or for that matter all of the bathrooms in your house, now is a great time!
Don’t wait until just before you’re ready to sell and move, do it now and enjoy the enhancement, and then eventually the increased marketability of your house when it is finally time to sell.
1. The master bath takes center stage.
60% of homeowners who are renovating their bathrooms are renovating their master baths. 61% of those people choose to start from scratch after gutting the existing master bathroom.
Riffs Urban Fare restaurant on the Pearl Street mall in downtown Boulder is another refreshing change from the pizza and burger choices you may find around Boulder. If you already live downtown in one of the great Boulder condo developments, you may be familiar with Riffs.
Now, don’t laugh, I know there are tons of great restaurants around town, I’m just amazed though how many people miss great places like Riffs.
I think Riffs is comfortable, tasty and reasonably priced. Definitely a place to try if you haven’t already.
When I head downtown for an outing I’ll often use the parking garage on the corner of 11th and Spruce.
Much of the hassle of working your way through downtown Boulder can be eased by knowing where the public parking lots and garages are throughout the central area circling Pearl Street.
Riffs is also just across the bricks from another one of my favorites, Hapa Sushi. I have another tip for you when you’re heading downtown…
For Buyers, this may be a good thing since we spent the last year or two where many sellers whose homes that showed well and were priced right were getting offers within a day or two, and in some cases multiple offers.
Sellers may have to re-evaluate their position and not reach for the sky when pricing their home for sale.
The number of homes for sale is pretty stable, and the number of homes sold hit a plateau last year.
I believe we will see some flattening of prices on sold homes through this fall, winter and into the spring.
Apparently one of the reasons is the Colorado economic situation is highly diversified.
Remember the old adage: “don’t put all your eggs in one basket”?
Well, that seems to be working well for Colorado.
As I see more people continue to relocate to our state, it seems that none of them have much concern about finding a new job or career. In fact, quite the opposite. Many folks are moving here and taking that step without knowing quite what they’ll do for work, and yet everyone I’ve met and helped relocate has done just fine and is thriving in our beautiful state!