There isn't much chance that deer or urban bunnies will make their way onto green roofs, as cool as that would be. But birds and bugs could.
Developers and property owners now have the opportunity to make the green roof rules work.
Environmental activists and green-minded builders appear to have succeeded in their unlikely quest to require rooftop vegetation.
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Denver wouldn't be a lone pioneer, but it would be out in front in terms of major U.S. cities requiring green roofs.
One group of people who gets a free pass from me to complain about the affordability of homes in Denver? Teachers.
Let's break down some of the critical assumptions that would lead Trulia to conclude that buying a house is cheaper than renting.
Anybody got $72,000.39, by the way? I'm good for the $847.
Denver's Hispanic community saw the largest dip in homeownership over the last seven years, at 9.5 percent.
Habitat getting more involved in Globeville, Denver’s super low property taxes and a new home price index
Three real estate reads for the day.
Across the country, only 43 percent of black households own their residence, the report says. In Denver, that number is even lower.