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Whether you go for decadent chocolate, creamy vanilla, or a fresh fruity sorbet, we're willing to bet you can't make it through summer without a scoop of ice cream. It's like a handful of portable air conditioning that comes in every imaginable flavor! Our agents share their favorite ice cream spots (by Denver neighborhood) and crave-able flavors. So, take a break from the heat and enjoy a scoop at one of Denver's best ice cream shops. 

Traci said:

High Point Creamery in the Curtis Park neighborhood

I love that we can ride our bikes and their milk chocolate ice cream is delish! The impeachment is good too. LOL!

Kelley said:

Sweet Cow Ice Cream in the Platt Park neighborhood

They always have different flavors rotating (like

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Make your move eco friendly

With earth day coming up and the real estate market bounding into its busy season, you may be considering how to combine the two and make your move eco friendly! All the cardboard boxes, bubble wrap, and toxic fumes can add up… but there are some easy ways to minimize your moving footprint.

  1. Pack Your Bags

eco friendly packing

Instead of using disposable cardboard boxes, search your home for box-like receptacles and use those for your big move instead! Storage bins, duffle bags, rolling suitcases, large tupperware and keepsake boxes are just a few examples of the hidden gems just waiting to make their debut as moving boxes.

  1. Hunt for Boxes

Green packing

Are all of your containers and tubs already full and ready for moving day? Look outside your

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Holiday cheer has been spreading like glitter around the Live Urban Office... a dusting of snow greeted us this morning and shoppers have been bustling around Highland Square. The only thing that could make a day like today better is an evening of holiday lights viewing. 

But, have you ever driven Denver's streets only to head home without setting eyes on any truly impressively decorated homes? 

Well, it turns out the Denver Post has an interactive map where you can find all of the most fantastic decorated homes across the Denver Metro Area - and if your house isn't already on the map, you can add it!

So, fill those travel mugs with hot chocolate and hit the road for some good old-fashioned holiday light viewing!

Have fun checking out

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For eleven years, Live Urban Real Estate has collected coats and other warm gear for recipients in need. This year, we'll be bringing all gently used donations the The Denver Rescue Mission to help keep Denver's homeless toasty. The cold has already rolled in, and those without shelter desperately need coats, hats, gloves, scarves, etc. Stop on by our Highlands Square office to drop off donations. Put the season of giving to great use this year!

 Live Urban Coat Drive

Live Urban Real Estate


3627 W 32nd Avenue
Denver, CO 80211
Drive runs from November 20th until December 31st

 

Denver Mission Coat Drive

About The Denver Mission

The Denver Mission serves those experiencing homelessness through a multi-faceted approach. Through emergency services, rehabilitation, transitional

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 Live Urban Denver Five Star Professionals Award 2017

Live Urban Agents Receive the 2017 Five Star Professionals Award

Every year, 5280 Magazine awards Denver Real Estate Professionals who stand out as providing top-notch service in the area. By taking a customer-centered approach to their research, Five Star Professional identifies Colorado brokers who display impressive follow through and client care, leaving their clients happy and confident in their home sale/purchase. We're overwhelmingly proud of this year's Live Urban Five Star award winners! 

MELINDA YEARY

One of Live Urban's Denver Highlands and Sloan's Lake experts, Melinda focuses on clear client communication and meaningful community involvement, leaving all of her clients happy as can be.

KENDALL BOYD

Kendall is a home

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With sizzling temps, many homeowners are looking for cooling solution. There are many options in Colorado besides your traditional AC. Swamp coolers are an option because our air is so dry. Whole house fan also work well in our climate because the temperatures at night drop. Here is a breakdown of a few options to consider for your Colorado home:

Air Conditioner 

Cost: $5,000
Pros: Precise temperature control, set it and forget it
Con: Removes moisture from the air, Uses chemicals that emit CO2 emissions
 

Swamp
Cooler

Cost: $3000
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Live Urban Real Estate is obsessed with the Denver Highlands. The Highlands are our home and there’s simply no place like it. With Highland Square hosting one of the Best Farmers’ Markets in Denver, we’re feeling quite lucky to be in the thick of things and wanted to share the love. Stop by Live Urban on 32nd Ave, between Lowell and Meade - amongst the hustle and bustle of the Market for some fun and freebies.

Farmers’ Market at Highland Square
Sundays, from 9am - 1pm
June through September
3489 W 32nd Ave, Denver

Farmers Market Shopping Bag

Live Urban Shopping Bags

Need another bag for your peaches, corn, and baked goods? Our signature reusable totes will be just the thing… and free! We’re happy to help you take a load off.

Free Local Gift Cards & Coupons

All the local

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Much like the booming Colorado real estate market, Colorado farmers’ markets are enticing droves (even from within Denver) to venture to small-town bazaars. Almost every suburb boasts a farmers’ market of its own - each with a little something special.

Here's our guide to the top farmers' markets in Colorado's Front Range.

Four Seasons Farmers’ & Artisans Market:
7043 W. 32nd Ave., Wheat Ridge
Saturdays from 9:00a -1:00p
Year round!
Wheat Ridge’s interactive market engages families and adults alike! Baby farm animals and cooking classes add flair and fun to the typical farmers’ market fare. Plus, this one is open year round.

Boulder Farmers’ Market
13th St. between Canyon Blvd. Arapahoe Ave.
Wednesday from 4:00p - 8:00p
May 3rd until October 4th
Come

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A house can be any basic unit of dwelling, whether it’s a mid-mod home in Sloan’s, a 1930’s brick duplex in the Highlands or an ultra-modern townhome in Jefferson Park-- or anything else in between. A true “home:” however, is a much different story. The form of the house never matters as much as what goes inside (and outside) – because those are the people and special things that transform any space into a home. 

While there are endless catalogs and shops that make it really easy to fill a home, Denver is home to some extraordinary venues for finding those special items that really can make any house, apartment or condo a unique and special home. From thrift stores to antique shops to architectural salvage yards, Denver is a great place to shop for

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