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Fodor’s includes Boulder on its 2024 ‘Go List’

BOULDER — Fodor’s Travel has placed Boulder on its list of world-wide sites worthy of a visit in 2024. It is one of only two U.S. sites listed among the 24 on the travel organization’s “Go List.” Each year, Fodor’s publishes a Go List and a No List. The Go List...

These 5 Colorado companies raised the most capital in October

Colorado’s funding outlook appears to be on an upward trajectory the close of the first month of Q4.

Venture capital raised by Colorado-based companies in Q3 fell below $1 billion for the first time since 2021, but local businesses pulled in significant capital in October.

The five Colorado companies that raised the largest rounds in October raised a total of $395.3 million, a slight uptick from August. Two of the five businesses that secured funding in October raised at least $100 million.

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No. 18: Leeds’ Highest Ranking Builds on Years of Momentum

Up from third place last quarter, Boulder—a hot spot for outdoor enthusiasts because of its miles of walking, hiking and biking trails, as well as its proximity to the mountains—has now risen to first place.

Boulder, only 25 miles north of Colorado’s capital Denver, is “a very unique town,” said Douglas Elliman’s Liza Hogan, who specializes in Aspen, Vail, Denver and Boulder’s luxury markets. “It has that small-town feel, but it’s got the sophistication you don’t find in small towns.”

“It checks all the boxes,” she said.

Average luxury prices—that is listings priced at $2.5 million and up—in Boulder rose annually in April, May and June, according to data from Compass. In June, the average sold price for a luxury home ticked up 9.4% from the same time last year to $3.9 million, the brokerage said.

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Five of the Most Active Luxury Housing Markets in the U.S.

Up from third place last quarter, Boulder—a hot spot for outdoor enthusiasts because of its miles of walking, hiking and biking trails, as well as its proximity to the mountains—has now risen to first place.

Boulder, only 25 miles north of Colorado’s capital Denver, is “a very unique town,” said Douglas Elliman’s Liza Hogan, who specializes in Aspen, Vail, Denver and Boulder’s luxury markets. “It has that small-town feel, but it’s got the sophistication you don’t find in small towns.”

“It checks all the boxes,” she said.

Average luxury prices—that is listings priced at $2.5 million and up—in Boulder rose annually in April, May and June, according to data from Compass. In June, the average sold price for a luxury home ticked up 9.4% from the same time last year to $3.9 million, the brokerage said.

Mansion Global is owned by Dow Jones. Both Dow Jones and Realtor.com are owned by News Corp.

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