Chris Kirsch blog

Spring is on the doorstep!

Posted by Chris Kirsch on April 08, 2019 in No Category
Spring has officially sprung, but sometimes it comes slow to Western Colorado. Pansies and other cool season color are a great way to bring spring to your doorstep. Bright, happy flowers are an easy addition to the entry way and are proven to increase buyer interest.Pansies, snapdragon, dianthus and cyclamen are just a few of the happy flowers that will thrive in cool Colorado spring temperatures can be found in local garden centers now. Low cost plastic hanging baskets provide a quick and easy solution -... read more
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Nearby Telluride offers world-class skiing and more

Posted by Chris Kirsch on February 14, 2019 in No Category
Telluride sits in a breathtaking box canyon, surrounded by steep forested mountains and red rock cliffs, capped by Bridal Veil and Ingram Falls. With its rich history, unique, casual culture, extensive summer festival calendar, world-class skiing, and endless outdoor adventures, Telluride is an ideal place to live, visit, or invest.  Long a summer home to the Ute Indians, the first formal mining claim in the area was made in the Marshall Basin in... read more
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Under Development: Colorado Outdoors

Life-Work space growing in Montrose
Posted by Chris Kirsch on February 14, 2019 in  Montrose  Montrose Colorado  Montrose Facts  Real Estate Investing
Colorado Outdoors is 164-acres of live-work space under development along the Uncompahgre River, in the heart of downtown Montrose, and bordering the city’s Redevelopment Overlay “REDO” District. The masterplan includes manufacturing and hospitality space, along with single- and multi-family residences. Abundant open space and riverfront trails will eventually connect with the City’s Riverbottom Park. Colorado Outdoors has been designated an “Opportunity Zone”, which al... read more
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Montrose Recreation District

Posted by Chris Kirsch on February 14, 2019 in No Category
Life in Montrose offers abundant outdoor recreational opportunities. But the city of Montrose Recreation District supplements with indoor and outdoor facilities for year-round fun. Riverbottom Park & Montrose Watersports ParkThe Montrose Water Sports Park consists of 1,000 feet of river with sustained irrigation flows, for a leisurely run with natural obstacles. The surrounding Riverbottom Park features picnic and pavilion areas, restrooms, playgrounds, ball fields, an extensive concrete and soft-surf... read more
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Redevelopment REDO

Investment opportunities about in downtown Montrose
Posted by Chris Kirsch on February 14, 2019 in No Category
In 2016 Montrose adopted a city ordinance, designating the Redevelopment Overlay, (REDO) District, to encourage residential development, and redevelopment of existing downtown properties. REDO amends zoning laws to allow for increased density, whether through subdivision, or the addition of “Accessory Dwelling Units” (ADUs). It also approves reduced dimensional standards and a larger variety of housing types in the downtown core. REDO aims to encourage rehabilitation of deteriorating housing stock, and ... read more
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