North America has two more total solar eclipses coming up in the first half of the 21st century. One will miss Denver and Colorado. But: One won't!
Highways in northern Colorado are expected to be busy with vehicles headed to Wyoming, one of 14 states where the full eclipse will be visible.
In Denver, the moon will start creeping over the sun at about 10:23 a.m. and the event will officially end here at 1:14 p.m.
The summer solar eclipse will look something like this in Denver (and also here’s where you can get a better view)
On August 21, North America will see its first total solar eclipse in nearly 40 years.
NAVA Real Estate Development broke ground on West Colfax's latest condominium project this week, the new 206-unit Lakehouse.
Crown Architecture and Consulting has been tapped to design what could one day be Denver's tallest building.
The construction defects reform legislation that has everyone cheering is just one piece in a complicated puzzle. Don't expect more condos right away.
Great news, everybody: The moon is going to blot out the sun and throw the United States into a super-freaky darkness on August 21.
If buying a condo in Denver county feels like a rollercoaster, then good news! It actually looks like a rollercoaster too.
In one condo-to-be, there are beautiful views, but no interior walls. Instead, you can see lines that used to mark quarters for at least a half a dozen nuns.
The good news is that condos spent an average 26 days on the market this June, which is eight whole days longer than last year.