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Category: Sustainable Business :: Socially-Responsible Investing
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Once among the fastest-growing sectors, solar industry faces uncertainty because of tax credits declining, coronavirus concerns 24.3.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado's solar industry, one of the fastest-growing in the country, is joining forces with solar companies nationwide to push for extension of tax credits so they can finish projects being slowed or put on hold by the coronavirus outbreak.
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Frazier: Opportunity Zone investors, don’t screw this up for Colorado 12.12.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
Investors and professionals must not lose sight of the program’s northern star. Lifting distressed communities up with quality attainable housing, job training, commercial development, infrastructure improvements, agribusiness innovations, and business start-ups.
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Climate activists take aim at ‘Wall Street West’ 1.10.2019 High Country News Most Recent
Last week, protestors shut down business in San Francisco’s financial center.
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Boulder’s commercial real estate market is thriving 24.9.2019 Denver Post: Business
Low vacancy rates and relatively stable rents are helping keep Boulder's commercial real estate market humming, while still making room for the development of new office and retail space that's gradually coming online.
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“There’s speculators buying up houses:” Denver’s East Colfax braces for transit, density and displacement 22.7.2019 Denver Post: All Political News
Denver plans to spend at least $150 million to run bus rapid transit down Colfax, a project that could transform the stretch during the 2020s. Meanwhile, the city is buying local properties and shutting down “nuisance” businesses, and local authorities could soon declare an urban renewal area, creating a magnet for developer investment.
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Former Park Hill Golf Course property sells for $24 million; buyer plans development 12.7.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
A $24 million sale of the 155-acre former Park Hill Golf Course property was announced Thursday and the Denver-based investment firm buying the land said housing, recreation and open space are among development options for the controversial parcel.
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Top Workplaces of 2019: Midsize companies 4-50 5.5.2019 Denver Post: Business
The Denver Post's Top Workplaces of 2019 celebrates Colorado businesses that keep their employees happy.
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Guest Commentary: Neighborhoods can be gentrified without pushing out poor people 12.4.2019 Denver Post: Opinion
The notion that gentrification doesn't always result in displacement may seem antithetical to some, but in some places, it appears investment and economic revival are occurring without immediate displacement.
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Denver mayor candidate Q&A 12.4.2019 Denver Post: All Political News
The Denver mayoral race features Penfield Tate, Michael B. Hancock, Kalyn Rose Heffernan, Jamie Giellis, Stephan "Seku" Evans and Lisa Calderón.
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Denver City Council District 1 candidate Q&A 12.4.2019 Denver Post: Local
The Denver City Council District 1 race features Praj Kulkarni, Victoria R. Aguilar, Sabrina D'Agosta, David Sabados, Mike Somma, Amanda Sandoval and Scott Alan Durrah.
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Russian investors are keen on Nevada’s copper 5.4.2019 High Country News Most Recent
Demand for clean cars is causing an uptick in copper mining in the West, but at what cost?
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Cutbacks in local news leave some communities in the dark 10.3.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Five of the 10 largest newspaper companies are owned by hedge funds or other investors with several unrelated holdings, and GateHouse is among them, said Penelope Muse Abernathy, a University of North Carolina professor who studies news industry trends.
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On Philanthropy: Understanding the “why” of impact investing 10.2.2019 Denver Post: Business
Sustainable, responsible and impact-investing assets now account for $12 trillion of the $46.6 trillion in total assets under professional management in the United States.
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Fidelity Investments relocates to Union Station neighborhood in Denver 8.2.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
Fidelity Investments officially relocated its downtown Denver investment center from the east end of the 16th Street Mall to the hip Union Station neighborhood on Thursday.
On Philanthropy predictions for 2019: Economic and political volatility will impact giving world 13.1.2019 Headlines: All Headlines
The philanthropic landscape has been evolving –- and will continue to change in 2019. Based on my experience, you can expect developments in the following eight areas.
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State economic development director joins Four Points Funding 27.12.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
When the federal government rolled out a new tax break to encourage investments in struggling areas or "opportunity zones" late last year, Stephanie Copeland pushed hard to prepare Colorado to compete against other states.
New tax shelter expected to set off a wave of investment in Colorado 6.7.2018 Denver Post: Business
Colorado is jostling to get in front of investors under a new federal program that wants to unlock some of the $6.1 trillion in unrealized capital gains and funnel that money into distressed areas left behind during the economy recovery.
Colorado company picked to develop former Loretto Heights campus 15.6.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
A local company has been picked to develop the storied Colorado Heights University campus, a visible landmark in southwest Denver that has brought out the protective instincts in its neighbors.
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Denver sees skyrocketing home values in formerly redlined neighborhoods, bucking national norm 28.4.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
New research shows many American cities continue to grapple with depressed home values in neighborhoods that were subject to the discriminatory lending policy known as redlining some 50 years after it was outlawed. But that's not the case a mile above sea level.
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How a $1.5 million investment in public art along the light rail represents Aurora 16.4.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
The Art-n-Transit program has been sprucing up the areas Coloradans use to come and go for more than 20 years, but the investment along Aurora's R-line light trail track that opened in 2017 is considered "astounding" by RTD's standards. In addition to the $610,000 commitment RTD put toward the transit public art, the city ponied up $894,000 toward the project.
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