When you're living in a state that recently changed its laws, you may find that certain areas become popular for investment. In Colorado, that area is pot farms and commercial real estate, according to a May 5 report. One real estate broker has said that his commercial real estate has been flying off the shelves, so to speak.
The destruction of a residential home known as the Button House, a staple of the Fort Collins, Colorado, area, has brought about a new ordinance that could change the way that commercial real estate can be developed in the future. It sets a lasting precedent for historic areas and what can be done with them, something that was not previously in place, and those behind it specifically have referred to the demolished home as their inspiration.