With warmer (and longer) days upon us, Boulder is springing back to life. Read on for the local events you don't want to miss out on, January market stats, and insider tips and lifestyle cues curated just for you.
Retail Construction in Boulder
According to CBRE research, the Boulder market has seen a massive increase in retail construction year over year from 18,500 SF in Q4'18 to 105,803 SF in Q4'19. Read more here
about how our retail space in Boulder is changing. Above: Boulder Commons.
Single Family Homes - January 2020
Compared to a year ago, we have fewer new listings, more properties sold, and generally more days on the market throughout Boulder County. It is still a Seller's market at all but the highest price points, but the longer days on market indicates buyers are being more selective, probably due to average sales prices being so strong throughout the County.
Attached Townhomes/Condos - January 2020
Compared to a year ago, there are more new listings, significantly higher average sales prices in Boulder, and still generally tight inventory. In Boulder, average days on the market are up for condos/townhomes as well.
Boulder Polar Plunge
March 7th, 11:30 AM - 4 PM
Take a jump into the cold waters of Colorado! Your support makes a difference for nearly 25,000 Special Olympics Colorado athletes. Register or donate here
Frozen Dead Guy Days
March 13th - 15th
Make a trip up to Nederland to celebrate this quirky festival. There will be three live music tents, 34 bands, Cofﬁn races, ice turkey bowling, frozen t-shirt contests, a Blue Ball & more. More information here.
Women Techmakers Lightning Talks
March 19th, 6:30 PM
To celebrate International Women's Day, GDG Boulder is organizing a lightning talk night featuring women techmakers from the community. Each talk will be 5 minutes long, covering a variety of topics.Reserve your free spot here.
12 Celebrities to Follow on Instagram for Design Inspiration
Just because a celebrity has amazing taste in decor or art doesn't necessarily mean they choose to show it off on Instagram. Some use their pages primarily for promoting their work, some are all about the selfies, and others entertain their followers with adorable pictures of their children. But here
, Architectural Digest has rounded up the celebrities who share their design passions on their Instagram pages enough to warrant a follow.
Patios for a Chic Outdoor Oasis
With spring just around the corner, it’s time to rethink your outdoor oasis. And even if you have limited space, believe it or not, you can still achieve your decorating goals. For inspiration, consider some of Elle Decor's favorite small patio designs -- from Hamptons escapes to cozy urban spaces.
Long-lasting Flowers to Brighten Any Space
You can never go wrong with a gorgeous arrangement of flowers in an interior, especially during the spring season. Florals can add a touch of elegance to a living room, dining area, or even a bedside table.
To help you on your quest to find the right arrangement for your space, browse Farmgirl Flowers Founder Christina Stembel's list of her go-to blooms that will last long enough for you to actually enjoy them.
Mixed Use Zoning - Walk to Old Town Longmont
1877 Spaulding Circle, Unit 17
3 Bed | 1 Bath
Walking distance to Ryan Elementary
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