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The Sunnyside Music Festival

The Denver Music Festival that Gives Back: Sponsored by Live Urban Real Estate


Saturday, September 9th
Starting at Noon
Chaffee Park

Denver's best homegrown real estate agency and Denver's best homegrown music fest have teamed up this year! Beer flows, music rocks, and good times percolate The Sunnyside Music Fest every year, and this year will be no exception. Live Urban Real Estate has a 12 year history supporting the Sunnyside Music Festival and is so proud to be headlining sponsor for SMF 2017. This free Denver music festival has grown and thrived each year, bringing the community together for bluegrass music, beer, and neighbors. A community driven event, SMF supports local non-profit organizations and Colorado

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Denver’s First Pop Up Park! The Square on 21st

 New Things to do in Denver

Pop Up restaurants and shops have maintained their chic-mystique over the past several years. But, ahead-of-the-cool-curve-Denver has taken the concept several steps further with a pop up park! The Square on 21st spans 21st street from Larimer to Lawrence (The Ballpark Block) and will be entertaining Denverites until August 15th, 2017 from 7am to 11pm, daily. Mayor Hancock explained the new project - a partnership with Denver’s Department of Public Works, upon its July opening, “Our parks bring neighbors together, and this new public space will allow the community to spend time outdoors and experience our vibrant downtown in new ways.”

The Live Urban Real estate marketing team attended

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Live Urban Real Estate is obsessed with the Denver Highlands. The Highlands are our home and there’s simply no place like it. With Highland Square hosting one of the Best Farmers’ Markets in Denver, we’re feeling quite lucky to be in the thick of things and wanted to share the love. Stop by Live Urban on 32nd Ave, between Lowell and Meade - amongst the hustle and bustle of the Market for some fun and freebies.

Farmers’ Market at Highland Square
Sundays, from 9am - 1pm
June through September
3489 W 32nd Ave, Denver

Farmers Market Shopping Bag

Live Urban Shopping Bags

Need another bag for your peaches, corn, and baked goods? Our signature reusable totes will be just the thing… and free! We’re happy to help you take a load off.

Free Local Gift Cards & Coupons

All the local

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Fireworks, barbecue, ice cream, and American Flags - americana is at its best during a Denver 4th of July. And, with sun and summer warmth forecasted all the way until the big day, you’ll want to enjoy some of the best Independance Day events Metro Denver has to offer! From fireworks to food, The Mile High City is poised to deliver.
Denver 4th of July

 Cherry Creek Arts Festival
Cherry Creek North between 2nd and 3rd, Denver
July 1st-3rd, 10a-8p
The best of the best when it comes to festival food and artistic variety. Take advantage of Cherry Creek’s beautifully appointed streets to browse local art. Plus, they dedicate an entire block to fun activities for kids!

 Independence Eve Fireworks
Civic Center Park, Denver
July 3rd at 8p
The quintessential Denver 4th of July. Pack

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Much like the booming Colorado real estate market, Colorado farmers’ markets are enticing droves (even from within Denver) to venture to small-town bazaars. Almost every suburb boasts a farmers’ market of its own - each with a little something special.

Here's our guide to the top farmers' markets in Colorado's Front Range.

Four Seasons Farmers’ & Artisans Market:
7043 W. 32nd Ave., Wheat Ridge
Saturdays from 9:00a -1:00p
Year round!
Wheat Ridge’s interactive market engages families and adults alike! Baby farm animals and cooking classes add flair and fun to the typical farmers’ market fare. Plus, this one is open year round.

Boulder Farmers’ Market
13th St. between Canyon Blvd. Arapahoe Ave.
Wednesday from 4:00p - 8:00p
May 3rd until October 4th

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A house can be any basic unit of dwelling, whether it’s a mid-mod home in Sloan’s, a 1930’s brick duplex in the Highlands or an ultra-modern townhome in Jefferson Park-- or anything else in between. A true “home:” however, is a much different story. The form of the house never matters as much as what goes inside (and outside) – because those are the people and special things that transform any space into a home. 

While there are endless catalogs and shops that make it really easy to fill a home, Denver is home to some extraordinary venues for finding those special items that really can make any house, apartment or condo a unique and special home. From thrift stores to antique shops to architectural salvage yards, Denver is a great place to shop for

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Free Days at Some of Denver's Most Popular Attractions - Mark Your Calendars!

The Scientific & Cultural Facilities District — the seven-county metro area’s tax district that largely funds these free days — offers a handy interactive calendar at that lists the free days by month. But we figured we would save some extra clicking with this curated list of the most notable free days of 2017.

On a weekly basis, organizations such as Hudson Gardens (6115 S. Santa Fe Dr. in Littleton) and Arvada Center Galleries (6901 Wadsworth Blvd.) offer free admission Monday through Sunday, while each Friday from 5-8 p.m. is free at downtown’s prestigious Clyfford Still Museum (1250 Bannock St.). 

Others offer slightly more limited hours, such as the

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Thanks for coming to our 3rd Annual Harvest Party!

It was awesome seeing so many of our friends and clients enjoying a beautiful day in the Live Urban garden!

See all of the photos on our Facebook page (and give it a LIKE while you're there, so that we can let you know about our other fun events!)

Photo cred: Jan Pelton Photography

Music cred: The One Man Ruckus - Follow them on Facebook so you can catch more of their great live music around town!

And, of course a HUGE THANKS to all of the Live Urban agents and friends who helped to make our Harvest Party a huge success...we couldn't do it without each and everyone of you!

Hope to see you soon! Coming up next...Free Photos with Hipster Santa! You're not going to

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While we think Denver is pretty darn awesome already, we're always looking for ways that we can help make our town even better.

When we came across this crazy cool list on Curbed, we knew we had to share...because we think it will be right up your alley. (See what we did there?)

Let us know what you think...and if you have any neighborhood, community, or city-wide initiatives that you would like us to help promote, let Stacie know - she's great at spreading the word!

1. Redesign a crosswalk. Last year, a handful of Seattle streets were reborn when a rogue designer painted colorful new crosswalks. Instead of wiping them away, the city made them a permanent part of the landscape, and even appropriated the idea, setting up a community crosswalk

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Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere!

We are all about pumpkins this week...getting in the mood for our 3rd Annual Harvest Party which is this Saturday October 1st, and preparing for all things FALL!

We hope you'll be able to join us!


And, just in case our big Harvest Party isn't enough pumpkin love, here are some of the Denver area's best pumpkin patches according to our friends over at the Denver Metro Moms blog:

Anderson Farms

6728 County Road 3 1/4, Erie, CO 80516

This farm in Erie has a lot of your standard family fall fun: corn maze, hayrides, pumpkin launching, and farm lights, but also has some interesting attractions for the older kids like, zombie paintball and haunted hayrides.

Berry Patch Farms

13785 Potomac

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