Denver

  • Denver's Historic Oxford Hotel, Original Lobby

    The hotel was once "a city unto itself" and guests often booked longterm stays and never left the property.    See the Image

  • Denver's Historic Oxford Hotel, Entrance

    Today the Oxford Hotel is one of Denver's finest lodging establishments and certainly the most historic.    See the Image

  • Denver's Historic Oxford Hotel, Fireplace

    Located in the completely renovated and restored lobby, the fireplace is a great spot to enjoy a martini from the adjacent Cruise Room or curl up with a good book from the hotel's lobby.    See the Image

  • Denver's Historic Oxford Hotel, Art Deco Days

    During the 1930s, Denver architect Charles Jaka remodeled the Oxford and transformed it to an Art Deco masterpiece. The original facade was restored in the seven-year renovation.    See the Image

  • Midcentury Modern Curb Appeal: Hornstein Residence

    This Colorado home was renovated inside and out with Design Platform of Denver at the helm. The front door was custom made by A Touch of New.    See the Image

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Beats Seattle in Yardage

    In honor of the Super Bowl, ZipRealty, Inc., a prominent residential brokerage firm and real estate site, has released a new study comparing the housing markets in Denver and Seattle, to…   Read the Blog

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Beats Seattle in Yardage

    ZipRealty compared five housing market metrics to determine who would win a real estate Super Bowl when it comes to yardage, speed, veteran players and more.   See the Gallery

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Loses to Seattle in Price

    Although there are plenty of pricy homes in the Mile High City like this one listed on ZipRealty for $1.99 million, the median home sale price is $259,000.       See the Image

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Beats Seattle in Yardage

    Denver-area properties are larger than Seattle-area properties, with the average lot size being 74,636 square feet, as opposed to Seattle's average of 60,754 square feet. Out west there's plenty of…   See the Image

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Loses to Seattle in Terms of Veteran Players

    Much of the Denver area was developed during the Gold Rush of the late 1880s, but it has seen an increasing amount of new construction because of a recent surge in population. Although there are…   See the Image

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