Featured Listing: 2320 Panorama Ave, Boulder, 80304
$1,275,000 | 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 2,023 Sq Ft
Listed by Barb Passalacqua, RE/MAX Alliance
Beautiful single family home on coveted Panorama Avenue in central Boulder. Located just minutes from Pearl St Mall, restaurants, hiking, and shopping. This well cared for home is on a large corner lot and features a fenced-in yard and views of the Flatirons. It’s a private, quiet oasis.
As I sit writing this update we are fully into a Boulder County Spring, I mean Winter, I mean Spring, oh what the heck it is May 18th and Snowing Outside. As much as Colorado weather is unpredictable the Boulder County Real Estate market continues to be fairly predictable and moving along.
Inventory has set the tone for our market for the last few years. We continue to have a lack of inventory for both single family and attached dwellings with less than a two month supply for single family and only one month supply of attached dwellings. On the positive side, we are seeing upward movement in inventory with 10.4% increase in single family and strong 25.6% for attached dwellings. We are also starting to see some very nice new construction coming online to ease the inventory pressure. I recently visited the product KB Homes and CalAtlantic are building at Somerset Meadows in South Longmont and was very impressed.
Inventory is only once piece of the puzzle. The other piece is Buyers in the marketplace and fortunately, we still live in one of the most incredible places in the country. Where else can you have snow in the middle of May after you have put all your winter jackets away? Joking aside Boulder, Longmont, Lafayette, Superior, and Louisville still win numerous accolades related to being some of the best places to live in the United States, which attracts people and top level employers such as Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Twitter, and many others. As a result, we saw both Single Family and Attached dwellings sales increase last year.
We may have volatile weather but for now, we can all take solace in a stable, predictable real estate market. Where did I put that darn sweater, I mean bathing suit? What the heck I am going back to bed.
Doug’s Day Diner is a place for the regulars and newcomers alike. It’s not home, it’s not work; it’s your ‘third place,’ where you’re taken care of. Locally owned, they have a breakfast and lunch menu and all their food is made fresh daily in house. 2400 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80302 (303) 449-5733 – Monday through Sunday – 7 AM – 3 PM
Mention you are a friend of RE/MAX Alliance and receive a free drink when you purchase an entree now through June 30, 2017.
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Little Sam is a 3-year-old Labrador mix and is in need of a committed, good-natured family to help him gain confidence in usual circumstances, and not expect him to do much of the out-of-the-ordinary stuff. Sam enjoys other dogs and is recommended for a multi-dog household. Sam is benefitting from both behavioral and clinical support to help ease his anxious personality. Sam will only be rehomed to a family with children 10 years of age or older.
Hi, my name is Frosty! I am a beautiful lady looking for my very own forever home. I am a one-year-old mix and as sweet as can be. I love making new friends. I love to play, especially when toys are involved! I can’t wait to meet my new best friend, and I hope they love to play just as much as I do. I may be most comfortable in a home with older kids. Ask the adoption desk about a visit with me today!
Boulder Creek Festival – May 27 – 29, Boulder Creek
What has become known as the official kickoff to summer in Boulder, the “Creekfest” is one of the best events in Boulder. The event is free to the public and features over 500 vendors, from food to clothing, the Creekfest has it all. Come down sometime over the weekend or right after you finish the Bolder Boulder. Or, come enjoy all three days! The Creekfest epitomizes the happiness that is celebrated in Boulder and nobody can be there and be upset at the same time. With the rubber duck race down the creek, to the different concerts, to the Avery Beer tent, the Creekfest is an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.
Jethro Tull by Ian Anderson with the Colorado Symphony – May 26 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
This tour will find the group performing “a collection of best-known Jethro Tull classics with a few rarely played pieces.” Led by Anderson’s signature flute, Jethro Tull has amassed one of the most impressive catalogs in the prog rock canon, including the back-to-back masterpieces of Aqualung and Thick as a Brick.
BolderBoulder – May 29 – Boulder
Register now for the BolderBOULDER which has grown to become one of the largest and most highly acclaimed 10K’s in the world. Almost 1.2 million runners, joggers, walkers and spectators of all ages gather with Olympic medal winners and hopefuls, grandmothers and kids from all over the world.
Boulder Farmers Market – Saturday’s April 1 – Nov 18, 8 AM – 2 PM & Wednesday’s May 3 – Oct 4, 4 PM – 8 PM
Longmont Farmers Market, Saturday’s April 1 – Nov 18, 8 AM – 1 PM
With spring in full effect, the Boulder County Farmers Markets are in full swing! Bring your friends and family and head down to Central Park or Boulder County Fairgrounds and experience one of Boulder County’s finest traditions!
Summer Concert Series – June 3 – August 26 – 6 – 8 PM – The Orchard Town Center
Bring your lawn chairs down to The Orchard on Saturdays this summer and listen to Colorado’s favorite bands perform everything from pop and rock to R&B, jazz and country. Free for the whole family.
Boulder Home and Garden Fair – June 4 – 29th Street Mall, Boulder
Dozens of vendors including local builders, landscape and garden specialists, an array of home improvement and green living experts and displays to give you ideas and inspiration.
Bands on the Bricks – Wednesdays, June 7 – August 9 – Pearl Street Mall, Boulder
A fun, outdoor summer concert series taking place in the heart of Downtown Boulder on the brick-paved Pearl Street Mall. The beer garden opens at 5:30 pm.
IRONMAN Boulder – June 11
Watch the largest IRONMAN race in the world at the finish line and throughout the day as over 2,000 incredible athletes compete.
Strawberry Days Festival, June 16 – 18 – Glenwood Springs
The festival features live music and entertainment, a FamilyFest area with interactive experiences for the kids; a Fine Arts and Crafts Fair, food court, an old-fashioned carnival, a parade down main street and of course, we’ll serve FREE strawberries and ice cream on Saturday after the parade.
7th Annual G’Knight Ride – June 17, 3 – 10 PM – Roosevelt Park, Longmont
The G’Knight Ride is a celebration of cycling and is meant for cyclists of all ages, sizes, and abilities. The Ride is a great excuse to dust off that old 10-speed, mountain bike, or cruiser and hop on with 3,000 other riders on a great evening tour.
9th Annual 1940s WWII Era Ball – June 17 – Boulder Municipal Airport
Join us for an unforgettably magical 1940’s style event with Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, The Andrews Sisters and more! Step into Hollywood’s WWII planes and enjoy a night of dancing and games.
Boulder Ballet’s Ballet in the Park – June 17-18 – Boulder Bandshell
Boulder Ballet’s dancers put on a family-friendly show and little ones are invited on stage for a lesson in Central Park’s bandshell.