Colorado Real Estate News

After a Major Halt, Metro Denver Rebounds with a Home-buying Frenzy

By Jason Exley, PHR, GMS, GDS, Director of Relocation at Kentwood Real Estate

How quickly the world changed. Denver has received national attention for its red-hot real estate market for nearly a decade. At the start of March, the metro Denver real estate spring market was showing signs of being one of the best on record – but that changed by the end of the month when the market, like the rest of the nation and world, felt the effects stemming from Covid-19.

Resilient as ever, the market picked right back up and a home-buying frenzy ensued in metro Denver this past June.

A record number of Denver-area homes on the market went under contract in June, home prices are on the rise, mortgage rates are a record low and the market is experiencing near record-low housing inventory. These factors and more are making for a strong seller’s market. Other factors for Denver’s rebound is that many homebuyers from other major markets across the nation are relocating here, whether for the lifestyle, cost of living or the job market. Companies based in Denver continue to move talent in and out, and new company headquarters are showing up all the time.

According to numbers from the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS® (DMAR), in June, a record number of homes, 7,676, shifted into a pending sale status, up 16 percent month over month and 27 percent year over year. Additionally, weekly home closings were back above 2019 levels, ending 11-weeks of a COVID-19 induced housing slump. It seems consumers turned from stocking up on personal necessities to buying houses with the same level of frenzy. And prices are back on the rise as a result of this demand.

In March, pre-Covid-19, the average price for a residential property in metro Denver zoomed above $500,000 for the first time, to $513,535. That price then dipped back down below the half-million-dollar mark during the home-showing shutdown and uncertain economic times in April and May. In June, however, average prices bounced back up to $509,736, the second-highest average price for residential real estate in Denver.

During that month, 7,364 homes were put up for sale, but demand was even higher. More homes were put under contract than came on the market for sale in the Denver area. And since there was not a lot of housing inventory at the end of May, the market was left with even less inventory at the end of June, down 11% month over month and 33% year over year. In fact, June had 6,383 listings at month’s end, which was nearing the record-low number for that month at 6,197 in June 2015. Less inventory means home sellers had more power. The only segment of the market in which homebuyers had the edge were condos priced over $1 million.

With masks, gloves and limited home showing time slots, real estate agents managed to write a record number of accepted contracts and closed 57% more homes in June compared to the month prior without doing traditional open houses.

At the end of June, the eighth amendment to Colorado’s public health order loosened the rules for open houses – but it isn’t going to be easy. Under the new rules, gloves, masks, a social distancing calculator, log sheet and an Occupational Safety and Health Administration approved ventilation system are just some of the items required to host an open house. Once real estate agents review all of the new rules, they may decide to continue virtual showings.

Following the stay-at-home executive order by Colorado Governor Jared Polis on March 26, ‘real estate’ was classified as a critical business and thus real estate continued to conduct business for homebuyers and sellers in need. However, how real estate was transacted looked very different and it still does today. For some time, Colorado no longer allowed open houses in the traditional sense, driving with clients or even riding in the same elevator. Transactions were being completed at no-contact, curbside closings with closers wearing gloves and masks. There was a new contract, called the COVID-19 Addendum, that allows a transaction to be extended in the case a homebuyer or seller is exposed or quarantined, as well as new CDC regulations to follow when listing and showing homes.

Virtual tours, videos and FaceTime walk-throughs have become the preferred form of marketing so homebuyers don’t have to enter properties unless they truly think it might be the one they want to buy.

Realtors adapted and some now prefer virtual open houses, and they have been effective. In fact, a real estate agent that that has been in the business for four decades just closed on a double-ended deal solely stemming from a streaming Facebook Live open house he conducted. The new virtual and digital tools to conduct real estate are here to stay, even when the pandemic is in our rear-view mirror.

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Colorado’s Wine Country On The Western Slope

Colorado might not be the first location that comes to mind when you think about wine tasting, but Colorado’s wine region offers settings and wine-tasting experiences like no other wine region in the world. From peach or viognier to a raspberry-honey blend or cabernet franc, Colorado has countless interesting wines that are beginning to draw recognition throughout the nation as not only being legitimate, but in some cases, actually world renowned.

While there are tasting rooms throughout the state, the prime spot to raise a glass in Colorado is in the heart of wine country along the Western Slope just a few hours from the Front Range. Home to dozens of wineries, the toughest part of a visit to Grand Junction and Palisade might just be picking which one is your favorite. Luckily, there are several interesting tasting tours and unforgettable wine excursions to choose from on the Western Slope, and here we’ve rounded up our top five favorites:

Two Rivers Winery and Chateau

The wines from Two Rivers Winery have won 60 awards in international competitions since its founding in 1999. The winery produces six wines, including a Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, Syrah, Port, and a signature Merlot.

Maison La Belle Vie Winery

This winery is known for its elegant tasting room that makes you feel as if you’re spending an afternoon in French wine country. Known for its Vin de Peche made from Muscat grapes and peaches, all of the wine recipes here have been passed down through the family since the late 1800s. Make sure to check out the winery’s signature charcuterie board while you’re there, which includes a selection of meats, cheese, olives, hummus, fruit and chocolate.

St. Kathryn Cellars

Located in Palisade, this winery specializes in unusual blends and flavors. From the Strawberry Rhubarb Blend to the Sweet Scarlet Blend, made from Merlot and blackberry wine, these combinations are truly one of a kind. The most famous of their wines, however, is the Lavender Wine, a Colorado Riesling infused with organic lavender.

Whitewater Hill Vineyards and Winery

If you’re looking for a more traditional vineyard, Whitewater Hill is the place to be. Their Ethereal Blend is a mix of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Merlot. They take the best barrels from each vintage year, and many have said it rivals the best wines in Napa Valley. If you decide to raise your glass al fresco, you can enjoy a picturesque view of the vineyard, highlighted by an old-fashioned windmill.

Carlson Vineyards

Carlson Vineyards has been family-owned since 1981 and quickly became a prominent player in Colorado’s wine scene. Customers are treated as part of the family, too, as the winery’s philosophy is that wine is for everyone, and wine tasting should be a fun affair for all. The winery has a diverse selection of reds, whites and dessert wines to sample, as well as other wine-inspired recipes like the Tyrannosaurus Red Spaghetti Sauce.

Whether you’re a novice to the wine world or have a seasoned palate, a weekend trip to the Western Slope’s wine country will provide the perfect setting for a relaxing getaway, as well as a chance to support Colorado-grown wineries. Make sure you leave extra room in your suitcase to bring home a bottle or two!

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The Scoop on Noco Farmers Market Openings

Farmers market season is upon us in Northern Colorado, and while many are looking forward to the fresh food, socializing, and supporting local business owners, there’s no doubt things are going to look a little bit different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Despite coronavirus pumping the brakes on many of our favorite summer traditions this year, most of Northern Colorado’s farmers markets have scheduled their returns, but with strict regulations in place. Here’s the scoop on which Northern Colorado farmers markets will be open this summer, and what you should expect from the guidelines that are put in place.

Fort Collins Farmers’ Market

The Fort Collins Farmers’ Market is located outside of Ace Hardware at 1001 East Harmony Road, and is held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesdays and Sundays.

The market will include signage throughout encouraging shoppers to keep their visits brief and maintain proper social distancing and hand sanitizing. Shoppers over the age of two will be required to wear masks, and curbside pickup for the elderly and health-compromised individuals is being considered. No dogs will be allowed at the market this year, and aisles between booths will be expanded to 16 feet allowing for more space and better traffic flow. Food will also no longer be consumed on-site and all ready-made food must be taken to-go.  

Fort Collins Farmers’ Market on Drake (Formerly known as the Drake Road Farmers’ Market)

The Fort Collins Farmers’ Market at 802 West Drake Road takes place on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will honor the same rules and regulations as the Fort Collins Farmers’ Market.

Larimer County Farmers’ Market

Located at the Larimer County Courthouse parking lot (200 West Oak Street) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, the Larimer County Farmers’ Market is asking shoppers to come solo in order to cut down on foot traffic and shopping times. Signage will direct shoppers through the market, and masks, gloves, and physical distancing are encouraged. Market Bucks will not be sold this year in order to cut back on money handling, and instead, exact change or credit cards are encouraged whenever possible.

Farmers Market at Fairgrounds Park – Loveland

The Farmers Market at Fairgrounds Park is located at 700 South Railroad Avenue in Loveland and is held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Sunday from now through September.

This year’s market will feature fewer vendors, booths will be more spaced out and wider aisle spaces and the focus will primarily be on food and produce. The city is also working to create an online market component, which will allow shoppers to preorder items and pick them up curbside. For more information, please visit cityofloveland.org/farmersmarket.

Windsor Farmers Market

The Windsor Farmers Market is located at Boardwalk Park in Windsor from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday beginning June 20.

There will be new rules and regulations that are not yet determined according to the town’s Parks, Recreation and Culture department, however, they will be following social distancing guidelines and recommendations from the Weld County Department of Health and Environment as well as the Colorado Farmers Market Association.

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Top Front Range Campsites Openings

Summer in Colorado’s beautiful Front Range is camping season! However, like anything else today, it’s a bit more complicated than normal this year.

Much of Colorado’s most popular camping sites and hiking trails were until recently shut off from the general public. In many cases, smaller mountain towns and municipalities issued tickets to non-resident hikers and campers for violating their public health rules.

The good news is while most public health rules have relaxed in recent weeks, many of Colorado’s campsites are now open to the public. As of June 4, 2020, Colorado requires campers to have reservations on state-managed lands. So, if you’re going camping, be sure to check the Colorado Parks & Wildlife reservation website for state-managed lands or Recreation.gov for federally-managed lands to review site availability and booking reservations.

The site makes it easy to find any of your favorite campgrounds through a geographic map or list. Dig further to see exactly which campsite is available and what features it has like electricity, bathrooms, running water, whether pets are allowed, and other nifty features.

Just be warned, Colorado’s residents are living up to their reputation as being the outdoorsy type and reservations seem to be booked weeks in advance, so please plan accordingly!

Pinon Flats Campground – Federally-Managed Land

Located in the Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve in southern Colorado, Planon Flats Campground is one of the best sites to camp near the tallest sand dunes in North America. Pinon Flats has 86 campsites which are all available for reservations starting June 13, 2020. As this is federal land, please use the Recreation.gov website to book reservations, not the Colorado Parks & Wildlife website.

Ridgeway State Park – State-Managed Land

Ridgeway State Park encompasses the Ridgeway Reservoir about 19 miles south Montrose on Highway 550. The state park amenities include a boat ramp, jet skiing, laundry facilities, biking, fishing, hunting, hiking, a dump station, firewood, and so much more. Reservations were made available to the public starting June 12, 2020, and will be available until December 12, 2020.

Dolores River Campground – Private

Dolores River Campground is a privately operated campground located in Dolores, Colorado on the San Juan Skyway. The Dolores River runs through the campground, whose features include a large recreation room, clean bathrooms, dog walks, and a nature trail, Wednesday evening wood-fired pizza, and an on-site fishing pond. Located near Mesa Verde National Park, there are a variety of monuments to check out including Canyons of the Ancients, Crow Canyon, Hovenweep, and Cortez Cultural Center.

These three campgrounds and a small sample of many beautiful campsites in Colorado. Be sure to plan ahead by booking reservations, along with packing adequate food, water, and flashlights. You could never go wrong with extra flashlights!

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Kentwood Real Estate Rallies to Support HomeAid

Kentwood Real Estate Brokers and Staff Raise Over $4,800 to Support HomeAid Colorado’s ‘Safer with Homes’ Campaign via Live Virtual Open Houses

At Kentwood Real Estate we believe accomplishing more together fosters closer-knit communities where neighbors help neighbors. As a leading Denver-area, Fort Collins and Front Range real estate brokerage in Colorado, Kentwood Real Estatetakes seriously its responsibility as a stakeholder in local communities, and our role begins with service.

Because of our deep roots, Kentwood Real Estate will always maintain a deep commitment to community service. We are honored to have supported HomeAid Colorado’s Safer with Homes campaign and in such an innovative way.

HomeAid Colorado, a local chapter of the national network of HomeAid America, recently canceled its annual 2020 Building Homes – Rebuilding Lives breakfast fundraiser due to impacts stemming from COVID-19. Last year’s event raised $120,000 for the organization’s critical efforts in supporting programs for those highest at risk of homelessness.

As an official partner of HomeAid Colorado, Kentwood Real Estate is proud to do its part to help make up for the loss in contributions by supporting HomeAid’s Safer with Homes initiative. Kentwood broker associates participated with virtual home tours on social media, calling on their own individual networks to sponsor HomeAid’s campaign.

We are so inspired by our brokers as they collectively raised $4,853 for the cause.

Our Kentwood Real Estate family is passionate about supporting our local community. In addition to the Safer with Homes fundraiser, Kentwood brokers were also hard at work serving neighbors in response to impacts stemming from COVID-19. Kentwood donated pizzas to front-line workers in hospitals and firehouses in Denver and Fort Collins to show our appreciation for their selfless work, as well as contributed to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors® 21-Day Fundraising Challenge which raised nearly $10,000 for HomeAid Colorado to help community members directly affected by the pandemic. Before that, Kentwood Real Estate hosted holiday drives donating over 100 toys to the beneficiaries of Mercy Housing and Be the Gift and over 400 items to HomeAid Colorado’s Essentials Drive. Every year, Kentwood brokers and staff individually support over 500 local, national, and international organizations through volunteerism and fundraising.

It is so important to give back, and for neighbors to help neighbors. We are here to support and serve our community and we are ready to step up even more now during these unprecedented times. We are in this together. #KentwoodStrong

By Gretchen Rosenberg, President & CEO of Kentwood Real Estate

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Kentwood Real Estate to Support HomeAid Colorado’s ‘Safer with Homes’ Campaign via Live Virtual Open Houses

HomeAid Colorado aims to raise $100K in five days. Kentwood CEO Gretchen Rosenberg calls on Brokers to support the effort by spreading the word through Facebook Live and IGTV events.

By Gretchen Rosenberg, President & CEO of Kentwood Real Estate

At Kentwood Real Estate we believe accomplishing more together fosters closer-knit communities where neighbors help neighbors. As the leading Denver-area, Fort Collins, and Front Range luxury real estate brokerage in Colorado, Kentwood Real Estate takes seriously its responsibility as a stakeholder in local communities, and our role begins with service.

Because of our deep roots, Kentwood Real Estate will always maintain a deep commitment to community service. This past winter, Kentwood Real Estate hosted holiday drives donating over 100 toys to the beneficiaries of Mercy Housing and Be the Gift, and over 400 items to HomeAid Colorado’s Essentials Drive. More recently, in response to impacts stemming from COVID-19, Kentwood donated pizzas to front-line workers in hospitals in Denver and Fort Collins to show our appreciation for their selfless work, as well as contributed to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors(R) 21-Day Fundraising Challenge which raised nearly $10,000 for HomeAid Colorado to help community members affected by the pandemic. Today, we are honored to support HomeAid Colorado’s Safer with Homes campaign and we will be doing so in an innovative way.

HomeAid Colorado, a local chapter of the national network of HomeAid America, recently canceled its annual 2020 Building Homes – Rebuilding Lives breakfast fundraiser due to impacts stemming from COVID-19. Last year’s event raised $120,000 for the organization’s critical efforts in supporting programs for those highest at risk of homelessness.

HomeAid Colorado brings together construction-industry professionals and affiliates to complete construction projects and provide vital resources to nonprofit care providers, who assist those in our community who need a leg up. 

As an official partner of HomeAid Colorado, Kentwood Real Estate is proud to do its part to help make up for the loss in contributions by supporting HomeAid’s Safer with Homes initiative. Over five days, June 1 – 5, 2020, I’m calling on Kentwood Real Estate Broker Associates to host live, virtual open houses on their social media channels – via Facebook Live or IGTV – to support HomeAid Colorado’s Safer with Homes campaign.

HomeAid Colorado’s goal is to raise $100,000 over the course of five days. 

The Safer with Homes campaign helps families and individuals in crisis, across Colorado. If we’re able to support HomeAid Colorado in achieving its $100,000 goal, hundreds of our neighbors will have a safe place to call home.

Twenty years ago, the Discovery Home for Boys was constructed, and it has since provided the skills and safe setting for 100 young men who otherwise would have never gotten the chance to thrive. Now, in 2020, HomeAid Colorado’s Safer with Homes campaign will help HomeAid break ground on a matching home for girls! 

Let’s do this together. If you would like more information on the HomeAid Colorado Safer with Homes campaign, please visit https://homeaidcolorado.givingfuel.com/kentwood  #KentwoodStrong

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Mountain Biking Colorado In Mud Season

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As one of the world’s best places for mountain biking, Colorado holds a special place in the hearts of riders across the globe. In the springtime, after the thaw and in between late-season snowfalls, Colorado mountain bikers eagerly hang up their skis and break out the bikes for “Mud Season” riding. While “Mud Season” may sound dirty and dreary, it can still be a great time for bikers to enjoy their favorite activity without the crowds, as long as they’re okay with a little slush and slop.

 

Now that spring is in full swing, if you’re ready to get on your bike but your favorites trails are still snow-covered, we’ve compiled a list of local favorites for spring biking at lower elevations that offer amazing trails for riders of all abilities.

 

Just please be mindful of local municipality public health guidance on exercise outdoors!

 

Here are our top five destinations for mountain biking in Mud Season:

 

1. Marshall Mesa – Boulder, Colorado

The Marshall Mesa trailhead is just outside of Boulder, and is the starting point for several bike trails that ride alongside the Flatirons– Boulders iconic sandstone formations. Bikers that head to Marshall mesa will find rolling hills, rocky uphill trails, and thrilling downhill rides through grassy ridges.

 

2. Phil’s World Mountain Bike Trail– Cortez, Colorado

Whether you are a beginner or expert rider, Phil’s World will have you grinning from ear to ear. Located just outside of Durango in the San Juan mountains of southern Colorado, Phil’s World is one of the first places to dry up in the spring and last places to get snowy in the fall. All of the trails are rolling, so there aren’t any true climbs or descents, but riders of all ages and skill levels will have a great time. It’s worth noting, however, that you’ll want to check trail conditions if you’re heading to Phil’s World after a rainstorm, as the clay dirt can quickly turn sloppy.

 

3. Lunch Loops – Grand Junction, Colorado

If you’re a more technical rider, you’ll love Lunch Loops. Located right outside of downtown Grand Junction, the trail system is, quite literally, known as the “lunch ride” for many locals. Lunch Loops offers trails for all levels of riders, but the more advanced riders will particularly enjoy the expert-level trails here.

 

4. 18 Road Trail System – Fruita, Colorado

Fruita has increasingly become an alternative to Moab, particularly for those traveling from Colorado’s Front Range. Known as one of the mountain biking meccas of the west, the 18 Road Trail System offers both rolling and technical trails, and is a great place to ride short laps all day long and work on your skills. The trails here are for riders of all ages and abilities, ranging from full of locals out for an evening spin, to toddlers on their first bike ride ever, and visitors from all over the US discovering this incredible desert riding.

 

5. Hartman Rocks – Gunnison, Colorado

Just down the road from Crested Butte is the lesser-known town of Gunnison, Colorado, which is home to amazing trails that are ride-able before any alpine riding is snow-free. Hartman’s Rocks Trail System is the perfect place to break out the wheels for your first ride of the year.

 

Don’t let a little mud stop you from enjoying one of Colorado’s best springtime activities! Take on any one of these great riding options for your first ride of the year, and you’ll be sure to kick off bike season with a bang.

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How To Support Downtown Fort Collins Local Shops During Covid-19

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Do your part to keep Old Town Fort Collins’ stores open

 

As the northern Colorado community continues to abide by social isolation guidelines, Fort Collins’ downtown local businesses are getting creative to keep their doors open. Restaurants are offering special dinner menus for takeout, many of which are including cocktails and drinks to-go, bookstores are encouraging readers to purchase books online for delivery orders, and clothing and chocolatiers have transitioned online by creating Shopify accounts.

 

COVID-19’s pressures on local companies are enormous, particularly with the loss in spring tourism business dimming 2020 revenue forecasts. Despite the seemingly dark times, hope remains as Fort Collins’ Old Town businesses have recently banded together as the Downtown Business Association launched its “Support and Save” campaign.

 

Appealing to regular customers stuck at home and visitors who are unable to travel, the Support and Save campaign allows patrons to donate and receive a voucher for future purchases. To encourage more donations, the voucher’s value incrementally increases if patrons donate more: donate $20 and receive a $25 voucher, donate $40 and a receive $50 voucher, and donate $80 receive a $100 voucher.

 

If a great deal doesn’t excite someone to donate for a good cause, the full list on the Downtown Business Association’s website, linked here, just might. The list of participating stores ranges from footwear, antiques, art and handcraft stores, bars, restaurants, distilleries, breweries, an equestrian store, holistic life coaching, gyms, spices, salons, florists, furniture stores, olive oil companies, smoothie shops, fly fishing shops, soda fountains, and so much more.

 

“Old Town is the heart of Fort Collins and right now the local shops need our help,” says David Powell, managing broker at the Kentwood Real Estate – Northern Properties office. “If you’re a resident or a seasonal visitor, you know how special Old Town is to the city. The shops we enjoy visiting are counting on our support for when they’re able to open their doors to the public again.”

 

“You can’t beat the Old Town experience in Fort Collins. It’s heartbreaking to know many of these shops are struggling with COVID-19 keeping everyone away, but I know the Fort Collins and Colorado communities will pull together to support our local businesses,” says Catherine Rogers, broker associate at Kentwood’s Northern Properties office. Catherine listed a few of her favorite Old Town restaurants and shops: Slyce Pizza, Ginger Baker, Cooper Smiths, Blue Agave, Jay’s Bistro, Jax And Fish, and Emporium In The Elizabeth Hotel.

 

The National Restaurant Association estimates over 3 million industry employees have lost their jobs, and will miss out on $225 billions in estimated sales for 2020. Eventually, COVID-19 will pass but no one expects a large grand opening of American society when it happens. Society will still need to maintain distance as the virus will be marginally present, but locally owned retailers and restaurants will continue to need the community’s support until they’re able to operate a maximum capacity.

 

As Colorado’s top luxury real estate real estate brokerage, Kentwood Real Estate will support our community, clients, brokers, staff, and their families to endure. We’re in this together and we believe we’ll come out on the other side stronger than before.

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Support Your Community by Eating Local Around Northern Colorado

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“You don’t build a business, you build people, then people build the business.”-Zig Ziglar

At Kentwood Real Estate we believe in community. That we accomplish more together. That deep roots matter. We would like to use Kentwood’s platform to support and promote local restaurants and organizations that are offering take-out and delivery services or gift card options.

 

24 Carrot Bistro
303-828-1392 | www.24carrotbistro.com

 

Beau Jo’s
Multiple Locations | www.beaujos.com

 

Bindle Coffee 
970-999-4201 https://bindlecoffee.com

 

Bonefish Grill
Multiple Locations | www.bonefishgrill.com/

 

Ginger and Baker
970-223-7437 | www.gingerandbaker.com/

 

Hearth Restaurant and Pub
970-460-0193 |  www.hearthrestaurantandpub.com

 

Jay’s Bistro
970-482-1876 | jaysbistro.com

 

Krazy Karls Pizza
Multiple Locations | www.krazykarlspizza.com/

 

Origins Wood Fired Pizza & Wine Bar
970-685-4269 | www.originsloveland.com

 

Taste Local
970-690-9448 | www.eattastelocal.com

 

Locality Kitchen and Bar
970-568-8351 | localityfoco.com

 

*Services and availability are subject to change without notice. Please verify all information. Content is subject to change daily.

 

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Support Your Community by Eating Local Around Metro Denver

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“You don’t build a business, you build people, then people build the business.”-Zig Ziglar

At Kentwood Real Estate we believe in community. That we accomplish more together. That deep roots matter. We would like to use Kentwood’s platform to support and promote local restaurants and organizations that are offering take-out and delivery services or gift card options.

Ambli Global & Ambli Mexico
303-355-9463 | www.amblidenver.com

Bar Dough
720-668-8506 | www.bardoughdenver.com

Briar Common
720-512-3894 | www.briarcommon.com

Chada Thai Denver
303-320-8582 | chadathaidenver.net

Cherry Creek Grill
303-322-3524 | cherrycreekgrill.com

Crush Pizza and Tap
303-441-0249 | www.crushpizzatap.com

FNG
720-667-3727 | www.fngrestaurant.com

Fresh Craft
303-758-9608 | freshcraft.com

Gaetano’s
303-455-9852 | www.gaetanositalian.com

Hi Tide Poke Denver
720-639-6900 | www.hitidedenver.com

Just BE Kitchen
303-284-6652 | justbekitchen.com

Little India
720-636-8659 | 303-622-5840 | www.littleindiaofdenver.com

Lo Stella Ristorante
303-825-1995 | lostelladenver.com

Luca
303-832-6600 | www.lucadenver.com

Machete Tequila and Tacos
Multiple Locations | machetedenver.com

Mehak India’s Aroma
720-638-9350 | www.mehakdenver.com

Parisi Italian
303-561-0234 | www.parisidenver.com/parisi

Parkway Bar & Grill
303-693-6200 | www.parkwaybarandgrill.com

Safta
720-408-2444 | www.eatwithsafta.com

SAME Café
720-530-6853 | www.soallmayeat.org

Shanahan’s Steakhouse
303-770-7300 | www.shanahanssteakhouse.com

Sushi Sasa / Tai Tai Japanese
303-433-7272 | www.sushisasadenver.com

Tap & Burger
720-287-4493 | 720-456-6779 | tapandburger.com

The Bagel Deli & Restaurant
303-756-6667 | www.bageldeli.com

The Cherry Cricket
303-322-7666 | 303-297-3644 | cherrycricket.com

The Rock Restaurant and Bar
303-690-7934 | rockrestaurantandbar.com

Three Little Griddles
303-693-4100 | www.threelittlegriddles.com

Zaidy’s Deli Cherry Creek
303-333-5336 | www.zaidysdeli.com

Zeal Food for Enthusiasts
720-708-6309 | www.zealfood.com

 

*Services and availability are subject to change without notice. Please verify all information. Content is subject to change daily.