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Colorado has long been a recreational mecca. Skiing, hiking, biking, rafting – the list of outdoor recreation opportunities is endless. But the state is coming to a point of no return now as it makes way for a recreation-dominant economy, pushing beyond its industrial and mining past to embrace a more diverse set of economic drivers.

The post Changing the Future of Small-town Colorado appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.

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Strengthened consumer confidence and unemployment at a 50-year low have materially benefited the continued success of the retail property market across the Colorado Front Range.

The post Driving forces behind private capital investment appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.

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W.E. O’Neil completed the S’Park Market office building, the contractor’s first building turnover on the 10-acre S’Park project with developers The John Buck Co. and Element Properties. It was designed by WorksBureau, based in Arizona.

The post W.E. O’Neil completes S’Park Market in Boulder, Splunk 3d moves right in appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.

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The post Dunton, Hampton to repurpose Toys R Us, office property appeared first on Colorado Real Estate Journal.

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It’s not often that the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra audience gives a soloist a standing ovation after the first movement. That’s what happened Friday night, when violinist Gil Shaham played the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with such thrilling virtuosity that listeners leaped to their feet for extended ovations before the piece had ended.

It was a natural response, not only because of the grand build-up the composer gives the opening movement but also due to Shaham’s dazzling fireworks and…

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A growing number of business and community leaders say the Albany region needs to do a better job marketing itself to attract more investment. But what improvements does the Albany region need for those of us already living and working here?

We asked our readers that simple question: What does the Albany region need? More than 100 readers responded to the survey, telling us about their frustrations and desires for this area.

The ever-popular requests for Wegmans, Costco and Ikea to locate here…

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Jeff Akridge has invested more than $2 million to create several hangars for refrigerated fresh fruit and other fresh produce.

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When A.J Dixon opened Lazy Susan, she wanted to create a different restaurant dynamic.

Dixon is the chef-owner of the dining spot in Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood. Lazy Susan, a 45-seat restaurant, opened in 2014 at 2378 S. Howell Ave.

Dixon attended culinary school at Milwaukee Area Technical College and worked at restaurants such as County Clare Irish Inn & Pub, Lulu Café & Bar, The National, Pastiche and Centro Cafe.

As she planned a restaurant of her own, Dixon said she wanted…

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If it seems like every time you turn around, there's a new Greater Washington restaurant to try, you're not alone. The year 2019 has brought more than one new food hall, more Michelin-starred restaurants — Aaron Silverman's really racking them up — and even more restaurants in the city's burgeoning neighborhoods: the Navy Yard area, Ivy City and The Wharf.

So what are we looking forward to? There are palaces to whiskey and cocktails, fast-casual from fine-dining chefs and new efforts from…

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