In with the new—spring, that is—and out with the last 13. We’re in the final phase of medium-priced housing at Dakota Ridge
Last Call No, we’re not promoting a sale at Neiman Marcus. We’re in the final phase of new construction in the neighborhood that raised the bar on views, trail access and proximity to open space. Your window for first-owner opportunities is slowly closing.
Every neighborhood claims beauty in a state like Colorado, but this spot is truly exceptional-more than 150 secluded acres.
Since opening a little more than a year ago, more than 70 homebuyers have purchased homes in Northfield Commons and several more are in the works
Fly fishing or kayaking? Maybe hiking, biking or trail riding is your thing, or is it snowshoeing, ice skating or cross country skiing?
Local Boulder real estate agent Zach Epps knows his home builders and his column on Dakota Ridge is flattering as well as insightful. Read his thoughts…
Twenty years, more or less. When you consider that both The New York Times and Money Magazine gave the city unusually high ratings in 2007, we think it’s about time.
In the summer of 1969, Boulder, Colorado, was as far away from home as I could get in a ’67 Firebird with no muffler and expired New Jersey plates.