NoCo Newsletter | 1/10/19

By January 10, 2019News
Forbes rates Fort Collins as top place to visit in 2019

 

8 things that will impact your daily life in 2019 in Fort Collins, Northern Colorado

 


REAL ESTATE & BUSINESS NEWS

2018 a challenging year for Fort Collins restaurants, with closures doubling

Fort Collins defense contractor, Numerica, eyes expansion at Harmony Tech Park

“Tall, slender towers”: Denver approves River Mile redevelopment of Elitch Gardens

Denver bidding scandal (planned expansion of the Colorado Convention Center): Trammell Crow fires employee

Multifamily, Retail REITs Might Outperform Expectations This Year, Says Nareit’s Calvin Schnure

U.S. Holiday Retail Sales Are Strongest in Years, Early Data Show

Blake Nordstrom, a Scion of Retail Dynasty, Has Died

Grocery delivery, with no human drivers, underway for King Soopers parent company Kroger

Skyscraper farms are about to go global

Fracking’s Secret Problem—Oil Wells Aren’t Producing as Much as Forecasted


ECONOMIC & EMPLOYMENT NEWS

With 80,000 new residents, Colorado is the seventh-fastest growing state in the U.S.

Colorado job gains slow in November

No signs construction labor shortages are easing in Colorado

Apple to add hundreds of jobs in Boulder, other U.S. cities

AstraZeneca closing Boulder and Longmont locations, laying off 210 employees

US economy added 312,000 jobs in December, blowing past expectations

Investors Are Betting That the Fed Hits Pause on Rate Hikes

Overconfidence at the Fed

Recession Is Looming, or Not. Here’s How to Know


GOVERNMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE

Larimer County commissioners aren’t sold on Thornton’s new Poudre River pipeline proposal

“This is a wake-up call”: Drilling opponents putting full-court press on Jared Polis to halt new wells in Colorado


COMMUNITY & EVENTS

Join us at Urban Land Institute’s “What’s brewing in Downtown Greeley?” event on Wednesday, January 30th from 4pm to 8pm at the Doubletree by Hilton Greeley at Lincoln Park. Click here to register.

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