Nina's focus is on Denver, Boulder, and the Vail Valley.


Denver is a city for the young and young-at heart. Great restaurants. Wonderful shopping. Bustling inner city and charming neighborhoods. Fabulous performing arts center: Symphony. Plays. Broadway musicals. Opera. Leading-edge art museums. First-class zoo. Children’s Museum. Museum of Nature and Science. Four beautiful seasons. Over 300 days of sunshine. Close to fantastic Rocky Mountain resorts: Skiing. Hiking. Biking. Camping. Fishing. Home to professional sports teams: Ice hockey, baseball, football, basketball, arena football, soccer, and lacrosse. Energetic. Friendly. It’s a community!


Nestled below the Flatirons and foothills of the Rockies, Boulder is a magnet for the outdoor enthusiast, the academic mind, as well as the spiritual seeker. Rock climbing, bicycling, running, hiking provide training for the amateur and professional alike. The University of Colorado at Boulder is the flag ship for academics, and the various federal research agencies thrive in Boulder. Naropa University is one of several well-known spiritual centers in Boulder. The natural beauty of the Flatirons and mountains nearby draw the young and old to Boulder. It is truly eclectic.


Once again, Colorado’s natural beauty inspired early adopters to move to the Vail Valley. Most notably, soldiers for the 10th Mountain Division trained in the mountainous area for missions in the Alps during World War II. Upon returning to the states, these men decided to re-create a European village and developed Vail in 1966. Vail has become a world-class ski area and resort community. Even though more dense and tall mixed-use buildings line the periphery of Vail along I-70, the old Covered Red Bridge still takes visitors across Gore Creek to the center of the charming town and up to the ski lift.

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