NoCo Newsletter | July 10, 2018

NAI Affinity
July 9, 2018
Boulder-based Lazy Dog Tavern expands to 2534 in Johnstown, on a piece of land purchased from a related entity of NAI Affinity


NAI Affinity related entity and developer Henry Burgwyn, propose project for the last phase of Penny Flats project, in Old Town Fort Collins, which will include housing units for lower-income residents



For Denver apartment builders, luxury still king despite demand for workforce units

Looking for an Apartment? It Is a Great Time to Rent


Colorado’s record tourism growth hits new milestone: 86 million visitors, $1.28 billion in tax revenue

Case-Shiller Home Price Index Loses a Bit of Steam

The Wall Street Journal: Real Time Economics: The U.S. Economy Is Absolutely Roaring - At Least For Now

The Wall Street Journal: Real Time Economics: The U.S. Economic Expansion Enters Its 10th Year…How Much Longer Does It Have?


Fort Collins water use keeps dropping, even as population grows

We're finally getting express lanes on I-25 in Northern Colorado: Here's what you need to know

Jovial new leader to lead University of Northern Colorado through tough fiscal times


Andy Smith, Advisor at NAI Affinity has been appointed by the Fort Collins City Council to join them on the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) Board of Directors.  The Fort Collins URA Board oversees major redevelopment policies, partnerships, and programs in Fort Collins.

South Park called this Colorado city (Greeley, CO) 'the exact opposite of Hawaii.' Here's why it's pretty great

We are a proud sponsor of Neighbor to Neighbor's Annual Polo Championship event on Sunday, August 26th from 4pm to 7:30pm: click here to purchase tickets.

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