NoCo Newsletter | Chrisland 3/28/18

By March 28, 2018News
Loveland’s hotel occupancy tops region at 70 percent
  • Loveland 70%
  • Greeley 65.3%
  • U.S. Highway 36 corridor 59.2%
  • Longmont 58.3%
  • Boulder 56.9%
  • Fort Collins 55.4%
  • Estes Park 29.5%


$4.5M apartment project will replace offices in Old Town Fort Collins’ historic Linden Hotel

Neenan designing, constructing Elevations’ building in Old Town Fort Collins

Starter homes slip further out of reach in Denver, with a $267K median price and few for sale

Outside California’s Bay Area, metro Denver had biggest rent increases this decade

Six Trends That Are Radically Disrupting Multifamily Housing

JBS, Brazilian meatpacker, sells U.S. cattle feedlot operations

Walmart chasing ‘Amazon magic’ in expanding online delivery

Amazon tracks repeat shoppers for line-free Seattle store – and there are many

Resistance to Amazon’s HQ2 creates strange political bedfellows


Asking-Rent Growth Rises, Effective-Rent Growth Falls in Q4 2017

Fed hikes rates and raises GDP forecast again


Greeley, DDA work on incentives for downtown developers

Colorado state revenue expected to rise, give budget a boost


Colorado mountain snow-pack still lags, at 72 percent of the norm

Chrisland is a proud sponsor of Colorado State University’s Ram Good Time Auction on Saturday, April 21st at 6:30pm, at the Colorado State Stadium: click here to purchase tickets

Chrisland is a proud sponsor of The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado’s Annual Celebration of Philanthropy on Thursday, May 3rd, from 4:30pm to 8pm, at Embassy Suites in Loveland: click here to purchase tickets

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