How many Cities have a roller coaster in their skyline?
An Orange Clock means it’s time for the Broncos to win. Yes?
I loved this place the minute I set foot into it. The Hotel Teatro is very classy and a warm, lovely place to spend some time.
This colorful corner is one of my favorites for shooting photos. You can see why.
Known as the largest Performing Arts Complex this side of Kennedy Center.
The 16th Street Mall from atop the Daniels and Fisher Tower.
Art from the alleys and back streets of the city.
Funny, I got an email the other day from a gentleman in the UK. He wanted to interview me on the state of real estate in ski towns.
I silently smiled and referred him to a friend of mine, Trish Giassa who actually lives and sells real estate in Crested Butte, a REAL ski town.
So many people have the impression that Denver is IN the mountains. It really isn’t.
But then I took this photo while standing on the Millennium Bridge in Riverfront Park. I’ll be darned, it does look like Denver is in the mountains!
This view as seen from a top the Millennium Bridge, is much the same view as from these luxury lofts. What an amazing place to view the ever changing scene below. Railroad cars filled with coal, RTD Light Rail silently slipping by filled with commuters and of course the once a day cross-country (probably tardy!) AmTrack pass by 24/7.
I guess living here means your world is always rocking!