Boulder, Colorado printing company D&K Printing Inc. has been a long-standing business in the community for many years, and while they’ve been at the location just east of 28th on Pearl for quite a long time (over 30 years), time is catching up, and redevelopment is moving in.
The new owners of the current D&K location have acquired adjacent property and intend to develop it into a large mixed-use project similar to many others in town which should include retail, office and even a 100+ room hotel.
D&K employs almost 30 people and the relocation will take them just a short distance across town so it’s likely that the staff won’t have issues with keeping their jobs. Read more
The Calmante development in Superior Colorado is finally going to be finished. Thanks to Boulder Creek Builders, who has a great reputation and track record in the area, including a project over in Louisville, CO at Steel Ranch things are back on track on the corner of McCaslin and Coalton in Superior.
There has been news about this on and off since last fall, and it’s finally happening. I’ve noticed that construction crews are working the land, and the old sales office has been removed as well as the broken down signs and stuff.
Finally it doesn’t look like a ghost town wasteland next to the firestation.
In fact, there are some good things brewing over there. Read more
Finally we are hearing that the Louisville, Colorado Sam’s Club building may not sit vacant much longer.
Recent news indicates that a local group of investors has purchased the building on McCaslin Blvd. and plans on getting some new retail business in there once again.
Sam’s Club closed about four years ago, and it’s sat empty every since.
In fact the last quarter of 2013 wrapped up with an exciting amount of volatility as sales numbers exceeded expectations during what is often considered a somewhat sluggish time for real estate due to the various holidays in October, November and December.
Homes have appreciated, hence prices are up, days on market are way down compared to earlier in the year and especially compared to 2012.
In fact, in this current market, if a home is priced right, it’s often off the market if a few short days if that long. I’ve seen many, many homes under contract within two or three days. Now I know that the data below shows market time of a couple of months or so, but that’s for everything on the market, and it takes only a few homes which are over-priced and sit on the market to skew the data, so don’t be mislead.
If you’re thinking of selling, it’s a fantastic time to act, and if you’re a buyer, be ready to act quickly!
Many people are aware of NCAR (National Center for Atmospheric Research) here in Boulder, Colorado due to the rather famous building designed by I.M. Pei in the early 1960′s, which can be seen from just about anywhere in town.
What most folks don’t know is that NCAR is managed by UCAR (The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research). I learned this a few years ago, and while I probably could have worked it out before then, it took having a client who moved here from Canada for a job at UCAR to bring it to my attention.
Technically, the renewed contract is with the National Science Foundation, which provides up to $800 million from the foundation to facilitate UCAR managing NCAR.
There’s some great stuff behind all of this for the Boulder community.