Inside Boulder and Beyond

Family-Friendly Things to Do in Boulder

Things to do In Boulder With Kids If you’re traveling to Boulder with little ones in tow, you’ll have no problem finding ways to entertain them. The Boulder Convention and Visitors Bureau includes many activities, including rainy day activities and traveling with extended family, on their website. These ideas and more resources can be found here.

Forbes: Five Reasons I Decided To Leave Silicon Valley and Move To Boulder

Promise Phelon,  CONTRIBUTOR I’m building a high-growth tech company. I write about what I live. Boulder? Yes, Boulder. After fifteen years in Silicon Valley, we moved last year. After successfully building three companies, making lifelong friends, marrying my husband, and enjoying all the wonders that the mountains and sea of Northern California have to offer, we packed up and moved…

Rethinking the East Arapahoe Corridor

Rethinking the East Arapahoe Corridor By Eric Budd, Boulder’s East Arapahoe corridor, defined between Folsom and 75th streets, shows great promise to create places where people can live and work. The city of Boulder is currently developing its East Arapahoe transportation plan, which presents options to extend dedicated bus lanes, provide “bus rapid transit” with improved boarding and reduced…

The 10 Best Housing Markets for Stability and Growth

These cities – one each in Colorado, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Washington State – have all had overall growth north of 200% and very few dips in home prices. Trey Garrison Source: Housing Wire To find the U.S. housing markets with the most stable growth, SmartAsset analyzed home price data from the Federal Housing Administration on the 358 largest urban markets. They…

Friends and Colleagues Party – did you win?

Thank you to all our friends and colleagues who joined us at Mary Williams Fine Art Gallery to celebrate you! The fun evening was yet another reminder of why we love our jobs and helping you with your real estate needs. The winning ticket for the framed original oil painting was #759019. Please call or email us to receive your artwork.

Mount Sanitas: Everyone’s Mountain

The Trails The network of trails at Mount Sanitas may be accessed from several points. The two official trailheads are the Sanitas Trailhead and Centennial Trailhead. There are also several neighborhood access points with street parking. With so many interconnected trails, the hiking options are nearly limitless. The descriptions below provide some, but not all, options for loops. Consult the OSMP map to plot the…

Walk and Bike Month

Community Cycles, a local nonprofit founded in 2006, was started to recycle bicycles, rebuild them to working order and give them to low income or high-needs members of our community.  Their values and mission (to educate and advocate for safe bicycle use), have been thriving in Boulder. Community Cycles is coordinating Walk and Bike Month in June with more than 75 free events including…