All Blog Entries by Lane Walsh

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Top 10 Fast Food Burger Joints in Denver

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013 at 8:30am. 1,430 Views, 1 Comments.

Denver, before it became the boutique foodie paradise we know and love, earned itself a reputation as a fast food town. Fitting, as Denver is the birthplace of Village Inn, Quiznos, Qdoba, Chipotle, Boston Market, Noodles & Co., and Einstein Bros. Bagels, among others.

Instead of turning our back on this belly-busting history, we’d like to embrace it by sharing with you our Top Ten Fast Food Burger Joints in the Denver area, complete with accompanying menu favorites. Diets be damned, these burgers are GOOD. 

(FYI – restaurants in bold are Colorado Natives. Also, not all restaurants sport a traditional drive-thru, but their menu had to be burger-based in order to be considered.)

Top 10 Fast Food Burger Joints in Denver

(In no particular order)

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Meet Your Agents: Jon Mann

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 at 8:09am. 465 Views, 0 Comments.

dwell_jon_0102e_120Jon Mann, Broker Associate 

Cell: 720.989.1566


Think chivalry is dead? Think again! Meet our man Jon - he can deftly guide you through the buying and selling process and, like a true Prince Charming, he'll recommend a good brew pub or two along the way.

How long have you lived in Colorado? I’ve been in Colorado since 2010. I spent the first two years at Beaver Creek before deciding to move down to the big city. 

Why did you choose to make Denver your home? I’d been looking to move closer to the Rocky Mountains since I was 10. I got very lucky and followed a pretty lady here! It helps that I’ve been an Avs fan since ’95.

Favorite weekend activity? If I’m not on the slopes or in the woods, you can find me on a

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Dwell Denver presents, Hey Neighbor: $6 Compost Bin

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013 at 9:25am. 911 Views, 0 Comments.

A Guest Blog by Danielle Bryan of Paring Down, Looking Up


HEY NEIGHBOR : "$6 Compost Bin"

Hey Neighbor,

What has two thumbs, 12 chickens, and more poop than she knows what to do with? This girl!


Urban farming has been an adenture so far. Harder than I anticipated when reading about it, but more gratifying than I could have imagined when I see our hand-raised chickens scratching for bugs, or the bees coming and going at the hives by the dozen. Lately we've turned our attention to waste, both the noun and the verb. 

The chickens are great garbage disposals and save a lot of food scraps from the trash. But once they process said scraps, there is a different kind of waste to deal with. Since I'd love to divorce myself from buying big box

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Meet Your Agents: Derek Schimmel

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 at 8:50am. 486 Views, 0 Comments.

dwell_derek_0300e_120Derek Schimmel, Broker Associate 

Cell: 720.443.2273


Derek is the perfect example of what you get when you take a man from NYC, expose him to the glories of Colorado, and then turn him loose on the city of Denver. He works hard, plays hard, and combines his loves of the Colorado landscape and its people in his latest successful adventure - Real Estate!

How long have you lived in Colorado? I've lived in Colorado for nearly 8 years now. 

Why did you choose to make Denver your home? After being born and raised in the shadow of New York City on Long Island, I attended college at the University of Colorado. Upon graduating I went back to New York -- it was only one month later that I packed up my car and moved back to

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Meet Your Agents: Adam Larkey

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 at 9:24am. 2,734 Views, 0 Comments.

dwell_adam_0410e_120Adam Larkey, Broker Associate 

Cell: 720.440.1019


Adam brings the best of California back to Colorado with his appetite for good food, beautiful art, and unique real estate with a special focus on The Highlands. His enthusiasm and eye for detail will help sell your house, and his insider info on Denver's food scene will guide you on where to have your celebratory dinner. His Q&A offers exceptional insights into the world of real estate and libations!

How long have you lived in Colorado? We bought our house here over 3 years ago.

Why did you choose to make Denver your home? After working in Hollywood for over 10 years, I was looking for a more grounded, affordable, and easier way of life without compromising some of

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Real Talk with Lane Walsh

Thursday, April 4th, 2013 at 8:08am. 452 Views, 0 Comments.

April 2013: The Changing Faces of Real Estate

As a Realtor and the owner of a young and innovative real estate company, I am often confronted with an overwhelming realization that, to quote a personal hero, the times they are a-changin'. What makes this most clear for me right now is Dwell's innovative stable of agents. We all work here because we want to do this in a different way. Our agents are young and new and hungry for a different perspective on how to practice real estate. They are responding to a changing market, and a changing world, at such a crazy and exciting speed that it blows my mind daily.


Why so much change? The movement toward revising the way we practice real estate, interact with our community, and effectively help people buy

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Denver Neighborhood Hot Spots: True Food

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 at 7:31am. 559 Views, 0 Comments.

True Food is a scene, and we mean that in the best possible way. This eatery could easily be transported to the trendiest corner on Melrose Avenue and no one would be the wiser!

true_food_drinks_400_01Restaurant: True Food is the marriage of delicious food, fresh juices, and Dr. Andrew Weil's crazy idea that healthy eating shouldn't deprive you of fun or flavor.

Location: 2800 E 2nd Ave., in Denver's Cherry Creek neighborhood. 

The Atmosphere is...loud and electric. Waits can be long at peak times, but the people watching should keep you occupied. Servers (aka "Consultants") are clad in their finest yoga duds and the clientele ranges from crunchy granola to Wall Street transplants. The Entourage set would be quite comfortable here, but so would your hippie sister-in-law.

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Dwell Denver presents, Hey Neighbor: Urban Farming

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 at 8:54am. 603 Views, 0 Comments.


A guest blog by Danielle Bryan of


"Urban Farming"

Hey Neighbor,

I did it. I drank the Kool-Aid and took the plunge. I am officially an urban farmer. 

We've always had a garden, but this year our living menagerie of dogs and kids will expand to include 8 chicks and 60,000 bees. I'm already lost in daydreams of farm fresh frittatas and tea sweetened with my own honey. Sure, a lot of mud, sweat and tears will go into the process, but what are a few potential bee stings in the face of all of this bounty?

Are you tempted? Let me get you a glass of punch and we can talk chicken.

First, I despise grocery store eggs. They have no flavor. Their shells fracture into a thousand tiny pieces that I am forever picking

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Real Talk with Lane Walsh

Monday, March 4th, 2013 at 10:05am. 414 Views, 0 Comments.

March 2013: Inventory Shortage

At least once a day I am asked the question that real estate agents field more than any other: "How's the market?" I'm usually prepped with a quick answer that aims to compress the nuances of our complex market into a nice little package. These days, my answer is shorter than it's ever been.

"There is NO inventory!"  


There are fewer homes on the market right now than there have been in the last 23 years! This situation has created a unique set of pros and cons for sellers and buyers alike.

february2013-20_400Prices are rising. In fact, home prices in Denver rose over 12% in the last year, well above the national average. Buyers are not deterred by rising costs because record-low interest rates allow them to purchase at a higher

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Neighborhood Snapshots: Curtis Park / Five Points

Thursday, February 21st, 2013 at 8:28am. 598 Views, 0 Comments.

The Dwell team had a great time previewing vibrant Curtis Park and the surrounding blocks, including Five Points, on Saturday. This historic neighborhood, like much of Central Denver, is in high demand and has a very low inventory of listings. There is currently a two-month supply of homes for sale, creating a competitive seller's market.

One of the many things Curtis Park has going for it is an amazing location. It is a stone's throw from downtown, and the neighborhood also sits between two great business districts - the RiNo Art District and the up-and-coming Welton St District. As for the architecture - we can't say enough! If you want tall ceilings look in Curtis Park. This 1870s neighborhood is home to most of Denver's Italianate style homes,

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