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Southwest Mobile Storage - Best Mobile Storage & Office Containers In Boulder, CO

Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers is unrivaled in the industry.

While the rental side of our business is regional with branches throughout the Southwest, our container sales and modification operations are nationwide and becoming global. Boulder, CO offers a wide selection of portable offices and mobile storage containers you can rent, buy or modify.

Our experts in container rental, sales and customization are committed to providing you the highest quality and best experience from service to delivery - our reputation depends on it.

Whether your need is for storage, office space, moving, multi-purpose or custom use, we've got your back. Here's how:

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NO MATTER YOUR NEED, WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK.

STORE AT YOUR LOCATION

We bring your storage container to you for convenient, easy access at your home, business or jobsite. Plus, you'll get more choice in storage space and better security, for a fraction of the cost of a pod or add on building, saving money and energy.

STORE AT OUR LOCATION

Not enough room to keep a storage container at your business, home or construction site? No problem - we can store it for you. Plus, you get 70% more space and better security, for a fraction of the cost of public storage units.

CUSTOM STORAGE

Need a permanent storage solution for your business, residence or construction? We sell new and used shipping containers in many sizes with a variety of add-ons. Or customize a container to your specific storage needs with our certified fabrication experts.

LOCAL MOVE

Take your time packing with our moving containers. We'll deliver to your business or home and pick it up whenever you're ready to move. So, you don't have to stress about moving or making multiple trips in one day, like if you rented a moving truck.

LONG-DISTANCE MOVE

Our moving container solutions ensure the long-distance move of your home or business is highly efficient and affordable throughout the southwest. In fact, we usually cost 20%-40% less than full-service movers.

MOVING & STORAGE

We understand move-in and move-out dates might be different. We can store your moving container at our highly secure facilities until you're ready to move to your new home or business location, and you can conveniently access it at any time.

OFFICE USE

Whether you need a workspace, conference room, or other office requirement, our ground-mounted mobile offices meet any and all of your business needs. Plus, it's faster and easier than building additions.

BUSINESS USE

If you need your shipping container to serve multiple uses, such as office-storage combos, breakrooms and even utilities, we've got you covered. We'll modify a custom container to fit your business needs and bring your business to the next level

CUSTOM USE

We'll create a custom container to fit your unique needs anywhere in the US. With our container modification expertise, we make any idea a reality. From pop-up stores to multi-story structures, our unrivaled facilities and fabrication experts do it all.

You'll get your own dedicated storage and container expert to serve as your one point of contact for easy, convenient service you can trust.
With our wide selection of intermodal containers for sale and rent, you'll find exactly what you need, from size, to type and condition.
We maintain our rental fleet to the highest standard - our integrity depends on it.
Our certified, experienced Conex container modification experts have more than 500 years combined experience modifying ISO containers.
All of our containers come with high security dual-locking system for no additional charge, so you can rest assured your stored items stay safe and that you don't have to pay extra for it.
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At our unrivaled 90,000 sq ft indoor fabrication facility, ensuring your custom shipping container is made exactly to your specifications.
With our level of service, quality and expertise, you won't find a better value anywhere else.
Our portable offices include lighting and electrical outlets, internet hookups, HVAC and were crafted by our in-house steel container fabrication experts for top-quality construction.

Premium Quality - High Security

With Southwest Mobile Storage, you get much more than a POD or typical Conex box. You also get high security, unparalleled service and unmatched container modification expertise and facilities. No other company offers that much.

Shipping containers and storage containers come in a range of sizes. The most common external lengths are 20ft and 40ft with a width of 8ft. ISO Containers are typically 8ft 6in tall, but high cube containers are 9ft 6in tall. We also have steel containers in a variety of sizes from 10ft long to 45ft long to rent or buy, and we can modify shipping containers into any size you want.

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SMS Mobile Storage Containers have these high quality features:

1/8" thick steel plate bottom side rails
High strength steel supporting cross members
1 1/8" thick hardwood floor with galvanized self-tapping screws
16-gauge corrugated steel walls
16-gauge roof
270-degree swing cargo door(s)
High security dual-locking system*
Spot-grinded, primed & repainted with a beige high-grade water reducible alkyd direct-to-metal enamel*
* Comes standard on all rental units

SMS portable workspace containers have these structural features:

High security window bars, lever & deadbolt set with lock box
Studs & R-19 Insulation covered with wood paneling
1 1/8" marine board floor is covered with a durable single part gray epoxy coating
Dual pane low-E horizontal sliding windows with screens and miniblinds
18 Gauge steel polystyrene core 3-hour fire rated personnel door
All of our workspaces are manufactured in-house and arrive new or restored to factory specifications
Exterior load center operating on 100 Amp single phase 230 Volt power
Light switch, receptacles and 4' light fixtures; all wiring is Romex 12/2
CAT-6 voice and data lines with electrical junction box
HVAC units ranging from 1 ton to 2 ton on rentals; ability to customize up to 10 tons of cooling

Having flexible storage containers options is important, but security is crucial to protect your peace of mind and your possessions.

At Southwest Mobile Storage, we don't believe in leaving things to chance. We want you to rest easy knowing your inventory, documents, tools, equipment and other items are safe 24/7. That is why we equip SMS high-security slide bolt locking systems and lockboxes on our entire fleet of rental freight containers.

EVERY ONE OF OUR MOBILE STORAGE CONTAINERS FOR RENT IN Boulder, CO, INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SAFETY MEASURES:

High-security slide-bolt locking system and extra-long lock box, giving you twice the security and peace of mind.
No holes to ensure your rental shipping container is wind and water-tight.
No rust for your safety.
14-gauge corrugated steel for strength and reinforcement.

Contact us to speak with a helpful, friendly representative to better understand our full range of capabilities. We are happy to answer any questions you have, go over pricing and set up a time and place to deliver your Conex box. Our quotes are 100% free and you are under no obligation to pay for your consultation.

COMMERCIAL STORAGE CONTAINERS TO RENT, BUY OR MODIFY IN Boulder, CO

When you own a business or manage one, it's crucial to have efficient, affordable ways to store inventory and supplies, whether it's to grow your business or adapt to changes in the market, like the many caused by the pandemic.

Renting storage containers to keep at your business eliminates the cost and hassles of sending your staff to offsite storage facilities. Steel containers with roll up doors make storing and retrieving items faster and easier. Auto repair shops and other businesses that need easy access throughout the workday to secure storage for tools, parts, equipment or supplies find renting shipping containers to be the best solution for their business storage needs. Southwest Mobile Storage has your back.

 Storage Containers For Rent Boulder, CO

Renting portable offices gives your business more workspace, breakrooms, pop up stores, security booths and more, without the cost and red tape associated with constructing building additions. Plus, a steel storage container fits neatly into one parking space and provides much stronger security than Pods and way more convenience than self-storage units.

If you have a specific need, we can modify shipping containers to build whatever you need to grow your business. Whether it's a portable workspace to run your business, like a pop-up container bar, or a durable facility for scientific research, like a container laboratory, or even a container gym, our unrivaled fabrication facility and modification experts got you covered. Our full-time, in-house staff of certified welders, engineers, electricians, carpenters and painters have over 500 years combined experience modifying thousands of container projects for just about any business use you can imagine.

WHETHER YOUR BUSINESS IS COMMERCIAL, HEALTHCARE, GOVERNMENT OR EDUCATION, OR YOUR INTEREST IS TO RENT, BUY OR MODIFY SHIPPING CONTAINERS, SMS HAS YOU COVERED:

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Offsite storage alternatives cause a mess of hassles and headaches. Expanding office space and storage capacity at your location saves time, money and hassle of making multiple trips offsite.
We offer more choice in security, size and features in steel Conex boxes or ISO shipping containers than a public storage unit or Pod for less cost and far greater service.
We offer flexible, month-to-month rental agreements and prorate by the day after your first 28-day billing cycle.
With us, you get a dedicated account manager you can rely on, so you can focus on running your business than waste time with a different person every time you call that doesn't know or care as much.
While other companies may have some staff for modifying containers, most outsource the work, so you don't know who is actually doing the modifications or how much they're marking up the price.
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When you modify a shipping container for your business, you won't have to worry about expensive, lengthy and complicated construction.
We have modified thousands of containers nationwide and internationally for more than 25 years for NASA, US Navy, GCP Applied Technologies, Helix and Sundt to name a few. And rent containers to Amazon, Walmart and many of other nationally recognized brands.
Our extensive staff makes it possible to custom build multiple projects simultaneously and our 90,000 sq ft indoor fabrication facility prevents contaminants from interfering with fabrication, which delivers better quality and precision.

CUSTOM CONTAINERS FOR YOUR HOME IN Boulder, CO

Building additions to your home can be very expensive and requires going through the hassle of securing permits and waiting for construction. You can save money, time and stress by modifying a shipping container instead. Whether you need additional space for a home gym, recreation or storage, we can convert steel containers into anything you can imagine. Our custom container gyms, man-caves or she-sheds, garages and more give you the extra space you need without the hassle, cost and wait that comes with home renovation.

Renting shipping containers for temporary storage, either when moving or dealing with restoration from a fire or flood, provides a secure, convenient way to keep your belongings close for accessing them whenever you need to. Plus, renting mobile storage containers for moving costs less than traditional movers and allows you to take your time packing, reducing the stress that comes from moving. You can also rent portable offices for your home to make working remotely distraction-free.

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HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE US TO RENT, BUY OR MODIFY A SHIPPING CONTAINER FOR YOUR HOME:

With an extensive in-house staff and 90,000 sq ft container modification facility, we're able to deliver consistently high quality and work on multiple projects simultaneously for a fast turnaround.

Other companies don't have the facility, staff or resources to modify shipping containers and will outsource the work to various shops who may not have the special experience or tools needed to modify the right way.

You can rest assured knowing your custom container is safe in our hands. Our certified weld and quality control inspectors ensure everything is structurally sound and built to your specifications through every step of the process.

Renting a moving container from us makes your move much less stressful because you won't have to rush to pack your whole house into a moving truck in one day. Instead, you can take your time packing over the course of a month.

Our ISO shipping containers are weatherproof and come with vault-like security, so you don't have to worry about theft or damage to your belongings.

You won't get that level of security from U-Haul or other moving truck companies.

Renting a storage container at your home keeps your belongings close and gives you convenient 24/7 access, so you're always able to retrieve the contents of your container when you need to.

We know move in and move out dates don't always line up. We can store your packed rental container at our secure facility until your new home is ready.

With our mobile storage containers for rent in Boulder, CO, you can save up to 40% when compared to full-service long-distance movers, while gaining more flexibility in your schedule.

MOBILE STORAGE CONTAINERS & PORTABLE OFFICES TO RENT, BUY OR MODIFY IN Boulder, CO

We know your needs may change suddenly. With our extensive inventory and variety of sizes of portable offices and shipping containers to rent, buy or modify in Boulder, CO, we provide fast service and the best value possible so it's easy for you to get whatever you need when you need it.

Renting storage containers and portable offices from us gives you more flexibility when it comes to your schedule and options. If you don't have enough space at your current location or simply would prefer offsite storage, you can keep your rental storage and office containers at your location or ours - whichever is most convenient for you. You also get more options to choose from when it comes to size and features, like portable offices with divided rooms for private meetings or office/storage combos for storage and office space in one container. All while costing a fraction of the price of a pod or self-storage facility.

You can also buy new or used freight containers from us and choose from a variety of add-ons, including lights, electricity, doors and windows. Or fully customize a shipping container to save time, money and energy by skipping the expensive, lengthy process of constructing building additions. We can modify a Conex box into whatever you can imagine for any use you need, from construction tool cribs to office buildings, monitoring stations, mobile communication towers and much more. The possibilities are endless.

HERE'S HOW WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK:

You'll never face hidden fees or surprises with us. We give you transparent billing up front at the best prices.

With us, you get a reliable, dedicated point of contact, who keeps you updated every step of the way. You can rest assured knowing you'll always get what you need, when you need it.

No other company has the breadth and depth of staff and experience that we do when it comes to modifying shipping containers. Our certified welders, engineers, electricians, plumbers, carpenters and painters have more than 500 years of combined experience in fabricating custom steel containers.

We prorate your rent by the day after the first 28-day billing cycle, so you don't have to pay for a full month when you only have your mobile containers and offices for a few days.

While other companies may be able to do small container modifications, most don't have an in-house fabrication staff or 90,000 sq ft fabrication facility like we do. As a result, they outsource the work on your custom container, so you don't know who's actually building it.

Rest assured knowing your modified shipping container will be built to the highest quality standards. Our certified weld and quality control inspectors check every step of the fabrication process to ensure everything is structurally sound and built to your specifications.

HOW RENTING A STORAGE CONTAINER AND MOBILE OFFICE WORKS

Whether you're in need of a storage container for your commercial business, a portable office for your construction site, or a moving container for your home, our process is simple and straightforward.

Choose Your Container

Choose the mobile storage solution that works best for your needs. In this step, you will let us know the number of containers you need, their sizes and what types of doors to equip.

Choose Your Options

Let us know if you would like to add any of our rental options, like a folding table or shelving.

Choose Your Security

Choose from padlocks, puck locks and other enhanced security options. All of our storage containers come standard with dual-locking, vault-like security.

Choose Your Delivery Timeframe

You can expect standard delivery within 3-5 days of your order. If you need expedited delivery, we will do everything in our power to accommodate your needs.

Pick-Up Planning

Do you need to keep your shipping container at our location? Prefer to have our team deliver your packed container to a location of your choice? Let us know, and we'll be by your side to work out the logistics.

HOW RENTING A STORAGE CONTAINER AND MOBILE OFFICE WORKS

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DETERMINE DESTINATION

Let our team know where we should deliver your mobile storage container for rent in Boulder, CO. Be sure to let us know if there are any special conditions that might prevent our drivers from entering your chosen destination. Before you schedule your delivery, let us know which direction you would like the doors of your container to face.

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SCHEDULE DATE & TIME

Our drivers can deliver your storage container Monday-Friday, between the hours of 6AM and 2PM local time. Our two-hour delivery window is the most precise in the industry. If you desire another delivery time outside of our standard delivery options, we will do our best to accommodate your needs. As a courtesy, our driver will call you at least 30 minutes before they arrive at your drop-off destination.

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PREPARE FOR YOUR MOBILE STORAGE CONTAINER DELIVERY

Before we deliver your Conex box, prepare your delivery area by ensuring that there are no low overhangs, arches, wires, trees or any other obstacles that could interfere with your delivery. It's a good idea to mark the space where you would like your steel container placed.

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DELIVERY & SETUP

When our driver arrives, they will back our truck into the space where you would like your shipping container placed. Once we arrive, we will ensure that your container is delivered safely and securely. If placed on asphalt or pavement, we will use wood dunnage pads to make sure your ground surface is protected and the container is level.

HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT MOBILE CONTAINERS TO Rent, Buy OR Modify IN Boulder, CO?

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“Sensing Ice — Explorations of Knowing Nature” Exhibit: This immersive, multimedia exhibit about the lifecycle of the world’s ice and snow features photography and video by CU graduate Chris Dunn. Viewers are invited to contemplate the evolving human relationship with the ice on the planet; 9 a.m. Monday, University of Colorado Boulder, Earth Sciences & Map Library, 2200 Colorado Ave., Boulder; colorado.edu.

Toddler Time: Bring children to this fun, creative, movement-based class for guided play, creative games, motor skill-building activities and movement exploration; 9:30 a.m. Monday, Kinesis Dance, 635 S. Broadway, Unit D, Boulder; $65; kinesisdance.com.

Youth Jazz and Contemporary Dance: The jazz portion of the class will focus on building strength and flexibility, conditioning and jazz technique. The contemporary part of the class will include floor work, focuses on spatial and body awareness, use of body weight, musicality and safe body alignments; 4:30 p.m. Monday, Kinesis Dance, 635 S. Broadway, Unit D, Boulder; $75; kinesisdance.com.

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Donations for Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022

These Boulder County-based nonprofits, charities and other aid organizations are continuing their mission during the coronavirus pandemic and are accepting donations:• Rise Against Suicide, which helps local youth at risk of suicide by removing the financial and social barriers to treatment, can be reached at 720-212-7527. The organization is accepting monetary donations online at www.riseagainstsuicide.org/donate/ or via checks mailed to PO Box 846, Lafayette, CO 80026. Donations directly fund therapy for children at risk for su...

These Boulder County-based nonprofits, charities and other aid organizations are continuing their mission during the coronavirus pandemic and are accepting donations:

• Rise Against Suicide, which helps local youth at risk of suicide by removing the financial and social barriers to treatment, can be reached at 720-212-7527. The organization is accepting monetary donations online at www.riseagainstsuicide.org/donate/ or via checks mailed to PO Box 846, Lafayette, CO 80026. Donations directly fund therapy for children at risk for suicide. This help is especially critical in these times of added stress and isolation.

• Boulder Shelter for the Homeless is able to take donations online at bit.ly/33RAkMA and also through the mail. Interested donors can mail checks to 4869 N. Broadway Boulder, 80304. The shelter can also be reached at 303-442-4646.

• Bridge House, a nonprofit that provides a number of different programs and services for the homeless, will take donations through the mail at 5345 Arapahoe Ave. #5, Boulder, 80303 or at boulderbridgehouse.org/donate/.

• Meals on Wheels Boulder takes donations online at bit.ly/3bxfFjt or through the mail to Meals on Wheels of Boulder at 3701 Canfield St., Boulder, 80301.

• Mindful Works is a social enterprise nonprofit that provides job readiness skills and employment to those recovering from serious mental health challenges. Financial donations can be made online at mindful-works.org and by check to Mindful Works, 1501 Yarmouth Ave., Boulder, CO 80304.

• The Grief Support Network is a community-based nonprofit that offers a new and positive perspective of healing from grief and loss. Our mission is to transform the way individuals and our culture experience loss. We accomplish this by offering a mindful approach to grieving through meditation, yoga / movement, personal growth work and the art of listening as a pathway to healing in connection with self and community. Donations are accepted online at www.griefsupportnet.org or via check made payable to The Grief Support Network, PO Box 20961, Boulder, CO 80301.

• Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence, a human rights organization committed to ending violence against elders, adults, youth and children through advocacy, support, education and community organizing, is seeking donations to support its mission. Its programs also include emergency shelter for those escaping violence, counseling, education and transitional housing. Visit their website, www.safehousealliance.org, to donate. Those experiencing violence and seeking help should call the organization’s crisis hotline at 303-444-2424.

• Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) is a nonprofit in Boulder helping families and individuals financially impacted by COVID-19. Those interested in supporting EFAA’s emergency food and financial assistance efforts can visit efaa.org/give.

• Harvest of Hope Pantry, a Boulder resource for food-insecure residents, can receive financial donations at hopepantry.org/donate. It also accepts donations from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday at 4830 Pearl St. Ring the bell at the back when dropping off items. Its most-needed items include canned black and red beans, canned chicken, shelf-stable alternative milks, dry pastas and travel-sized toiletries including shampoo, conditioner, bar soap, toothpaste, sunscreen and razors. For information on how to help, visit hopepantry.org.

• JFS Boulder supports individuals and families throughout Boulder County, responding to the Marshall Fire and the pandemic with counseling and emergency financial assistance while expanding core programs, including care management for older adults, Friendly Visitor Volunteers, food deliveries, and case management. To learn more these programs and how to donate, visit jewishfamilyservice.org/boulder.

• NAMI Boulder County (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) provides support, education and advocacy for individuals and families impacted by mental illness. All programs are offered free of charge to all participants. Donations can be made online at www.namibouldercounty.org/donate or via checks mailed to 3470 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304. This organization is fully funded by individual donations, and that support is critical to helping those in our community impacted by mental health conditions.

• The Center for People with Disabilities, with locations in Boulder and Longmont that are currently closed during the coronavirus outbreak, has been offering support to people with disabilities they serve through phone calls and video conferencing. To donate, visit bit.ly/3a1aU0k. The nonprofit can also be reached at 303-442-8662.

• The Colorado Pet Pantry, a food bank for pets that has 60 monthly pet food banks along the Front Range. The food bank expects demand to increase during the coronavirus outbreak, and is accepting donations at bit.ly/2RtmuuT. The nonpfrofit also accepts donations by check through the mail made out to Colorado Pet Pantry and sent to P.O. Box 323 Boulder, CO 80306. People looking for more information on how to donate can call 720-441-3111.

• The Community Foundation of Boulder County has set up the COVID-19 Response Fund Boulder County, which will support local nonprofits. To donate to the fund online, visit bit.ly/39r9gFh. For more information, email info@commfound.org or call 303-442-0436.

• Community Food Share, a food bank located in Louisville serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties, has set up the COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund, which can be contributed to online at bit.ly/3dBAFay. Small food donations that can fit in a few bags or boxes are accepted from 8 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the nonprofit’s office lobby at 650 S. Taylor Ave. Louisville, 80027. Larger donations are accepted at the back of the nonprofit’s building from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday, pull into dock door 3 and ring the bell there. Only non-perishable foods are being accepted due to the coronavirus outbreak.

• Louisville Community Food Bank, 741 Jefferson Ave., Louisville, can take donations over the phone at 303-808-3660. The food bank is open from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays offering curbside service.

• Sister Carmen Community Center, a nonprofit that runs, among other programs, a food bank in Lafayette, can take donations by mail or drop-off at 655 Aspen Ridge Dr. Lafayette, 80026. The nonprofit can also take donations online at bit.ly/2WRrAEU.

• Coal Creek Meals on Wheels, which serves east Boulder County, takes donations online at bit.ly/2JiYV3w or by check through the mail to Coal Creek Meals on Wheels at 455 N. Burlington Ave. Lafayette, 80026.

• Agape Safe Haven, a year-round homeless shelter in Longmont, can accept donations online at bit.ly/3bCKXFP. The nonprofit also accepts checks mailed to the shelter’s address, 10656 Parkridge Ave. Longmont, 80504.

• The Neighbor to Neighbor COVID-19 Relief Fund has been set up by the Longmont Community Foundation to help nonprofits in Longmont and the St. Vrain Valley. To donate online visit bit.ly/2UqHZyd. To donate through the mail, send a check made out to Longmont Community Foundation, Attn: Neighbor to Neighbor to 636 Coffman St. Suite 203 Longmont, 80501.

• Longmont Meals on Wheels, which provides food to the elderly and disabled in the city, is taking donations online at bit.ly/2xzpChS, over the phone at 303-772-0540 and by check through the mail to Longmont Meals on Wheels at 910 Longs Peak Ave. Longmont, 80501.

• The OUR Center in Longmont can be reached at 303-772-5529. The center’s Community Market accepts food and toiletries donations from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on weekends and major holidays. The center’s Community Closet accepts clothing and housewares from 9 a.m. to noon Mondays and Wednesdays only. Donors are asked to bring a maximum of two bags or boxes per donation for the Community Closet, but there is no limit on food donations. All donations are accepted at the south side entrance “Donation Zone” door, 220 Collyer St., Longmont. Donations can be made online at https://www.ourcenter.org/donate-items/.

• HOPE for Longmont, which operates a nightly homeless shelter in the city, can be reached at 720-494-4673 for information on donating. Donations can also be made online at bit.ly/2UI6GW3, and check donations can be made out to HOPE and sent to 804 S. Lincoln St. Longmont, 80501.

• Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley, a Longmont organization aiding domestic abuse survivors, is in need of hand sanitizer, liquid hand soap, dish detergent, face masks, cleaning supplies, canned fruit, frozen meat and individually wrapped or sized food items. Monetary donations, however, are the most helpful to the nonprofit. Prior to donating items to the organization, call 303-772-0432. To donate by mail, send a check made out to Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley to P.O. Box 231 Longmont, CO 80502-0231. For other ways to help or to donate online, visit bit.ly/3aA8M0D.

• The Inn Between of Longmont, a nonprofit providing affordable housing in the city, is seeking contributions for its Starfish Emergency Fund, which helps residents who are now unable to pay their rent, or who have increased expenses. To donate by phone, call 303-684-0810. To contribute by mail, send a check made out to The Inn Between to 515 Kimbark St. Suite 107 Longmont, CO 80501. For more information on ways to donate, visit bit.ly/341YAvK.

• El Comité de Longmont, an organization serving the Latino community in the city which has been reaching out to immigrants in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, can receive donations online at bit.ly/39BqY94. The nonprofit can also take check and cash donations sent through the mail to 455 Kimbark St. Longmont, CO 80501.

• The Reentry Initiative supports men and women coming out of Colorado prisons through Longmont Parole. The Reentry Initiative’s Welcome Back Center in Longmont is linking with parolees, working remotely to provide case management and direct support for housing, transportation, employment, education, medical, mental health and other basic needs. With the accelerated release of people from Colorado prisons, the Reentry Initiative’s referrals are up by more than 500%, increasing weekly. To donate, people can send a check made payable to The Reentry Initiative at 402 Kimbark, Longmont, CO. 80501. People can also donate online at thereentryinitiative.org. For more information call 720-640-9513.

• Recovery Café Longmont is a community of refuge and healing for people in recovery from addiction, mental health, homelessness, and additional life challenges. It was formed in late 2018 to address the unmet need for adequate, accessible, long-term recovery services in Boulder County. To donate by phone, call 720-815-2885. To contribute by check, please address to Recovery Café Longmont, 402 Kimbark St., Longmont, CO 80501. To donate online, visit our website www.recoverycafelongmont.org.

• Carbon Valley Help Center, a food pantry in Firestone, serves residents in the Weld County portion of the St. Vrain Valley School District. This area includes the towns of Dacono, Firestone, Frederick, Mead and portions of Longmont and Erie. Assistance is offered with non-perishable food and toiletries as well as financial grants to assist with rent/mortgage payments, utility payments and some auto repair. Donations of non-perishable food may be delivered to 150 Buchanan, Firestone, CO 80520 on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9 and 3. Cash/check donations are always welcome and may be delivered or mailed to CVHC, P.O. Box 508. Firestone, CO 80520. Volunteers are welcome to apply via the application on the website, carbonvalleyhelpcenter.org, but new volunteers will not be added until the COVID-19 threat has dissipated. Please contact Office Manager Robin Monthei at 303.833.6626 or robinmonthei@carbonvalleyhelpcenter.org.

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Learning from pangolins and peacocks: Researchers explore next-gen structural materials

Peer-Reviewed PublicationUniversity of Colorado at BoulderFrom pangolin scales that can stand up to hard hits to colorful but sturdy peacock feathers, nature can do a lot with a few simple molecules.In a new review paper, a team of international researchers have laid out how engineers are taking inspiration from the biological world—and designing new kinds of materials that are potentially tougher, more versatile and more...

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From pangolin scales that can stand up to hard hits to colorful but sturdy peacock feathers, nature can do a lot with a few simple molecules.

In a new review paper, a team of international researchers have laid out how engineers are taking inspiration from the biological world—and designing new kinds of materials that are potentially tougher, more versatile and more sustainable than what humans can make on their own.

“Even today, nature makes things way simpler and way smarter than what we can do synthetically in the lab,” said Dhriti Nepal, first author and a research materials engineer at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Ohio.

Nepal along with Vladimir Tsukruk from Georgia Institute of Technology and Hendrik Heinz of the University of Colorado Boulder served as co-corresponding authors for the new analysis. The team published its findings Nov. 28 in the journal Nature Materials.

The researchers, who come from three countries, delve into the promise and challenges behind “bioinspired nanocomposites.” These materials mix together different kinds of proteins and other molecules at incredibly small scales to achieve properties that may not be possible with traditional metals or plastics. Researchers often design them using advanced computer simulations or models. Examples include thin films that resist wear and tear by incorporating proteins from silkworm cocoons; new kinds of laminates made from polymers and clay materials; carbon fibers produced using bioinspired principles; and panes of glass that don’t easily crack because they include nacre—the iridescent lining inside many mollusk shells.

Such nature-inspired materials could, one day, lead to new and better solar panels, soft robots and even coatings for hypersonic jets, said Heinz, professor of chemical and biological engineering at CU Boulder. But first, researchers will need to learn how to build them from the bottom up, ensuring that every molecule is in the right place.

“One of the main challenges in this field is how do we structure these materials down to the atomic level,” Heinz said. “We need to know how nature does it so we can try it in the lab and use guidance from computational models.”

The amazing keratin

In the new study, Nepal, Tsukruk, Heinz and their colleagues take a close look at keratin, one of nature’s most adaptable building blocks.

These simple proteins, which often form into twisting helical shapes like DNA, can join together in different ways to make a huge variety of structures—from human fingernails and hair to porcupine quills, rhinoceros horns and the overlapping scales of pangolins.

“Keratin is everywhere, and we’ve hardly even begun to appreciate its utility,” Nepal said.

That’s one of nature’s secrets, she added: Biological materials can exhibit a wide array of complex architectures at many levels—what engineers call “hierarchical” engineering. Some of those structures are large enough to see with the naked eye, while others are so small researchers need powerful microscopes to study them.

The keratin in pangolin scales, for example, takes on a wavy pattern that makes the scales hard to crack. Peafowl feathers, meanwhile, are made up of melanin rods embedded in a matrix of keratin, which allows these adornments to be both colorful and stiff at the same time—perfect for peacocks that want to spread their tail feathers.

“One of the biggest things we can learn from nature is how these materials exhibit multiple functions that work together in perfect synergy,” Nepal said.

From atoms up

Making advanced synthetic materials with multiple functions in the lab, however, can get tricky.

“Most of current human-made materials are simple, single-component materials with simplistic uniform morphology and composition,” Tsukruk said. “And what we learnt from nature is that much more complex and sustainable organization is required to make new bio-inspired materials for advanced applications in the near future.”

One of the biggest challenges, Heinz said, comes down to models. His research group uses these tools to simulate new kinds of materials at the scale of a few hundred to millions of atoms. But taking those kinds of tiny designs and scaling them up to the size of something you can actually see becomes an increasingly difficult task.

“From the scale of atoms to the millimeter or even centimeter scale, there are so many levels of organization in natural materials,” Heinz said.

Heinz noted that NASA has recently invested in exploring hierarchically-engineered materials for aerospace applications—such as stronger and more lightweight panels of nanostructured carbon for use in spacecraft to carry life supplies to Mars. Heinz, for example, is part of a $15 million effort funded by NASA to study these kinds of “ultrastrong composites.”

Engineers, he added, are also discovering new ways to make nanocomposites in large quantities in a manufacturing setting. Today, researchers often use tools like 3D printers to make these materials, laying them down drop by drop.

Heinz, Tsukruk, Nepal, and their colleagues are optimistic. Nature, they report, has had millions of years to learn how to construct materials like pangolin scales or oyster nacre as efficiently as possible. Engineers may be able to take clues from pangolins and oysters to build materials without creating a lot of harmful waste in the process.

“If we learn from nature, we can find alternatives to many current energy-intensive manufacturing processes or hazardous chemicals,” Heinz said.

Krishan Kanhaiya, a recent PhD graduate in chemical and biological engineering at CU Boulder, also served as a co-author on the new study. Other co-authors include researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology; Carnegie Mellon University; Duke University; MIT; University College London; Johns Hopkins University; Deakin University; Tufts University; University of Michigan; University of Cambridge; University of Oxford; University of California San Diego; and Rice University.

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Longmont nonprofit donates 75 bikes to Columbine Elementary students

About 75 students in Columbine Elementary School’s first and second grade classes sat on the floor of the school gym Monday afternoon to watch a demonstration of bike tricks.The Longmont students clapped and cheered as retired professional BMX rider Mike Murfitt performed bunny hops, 360s and other “crazy tricks” on his bike while urging them to wear helmets and listen to their parents when riding their own bikes.The short demonstration, though, wasn’t the main event.As Murfitt finished, others pu...

About 75 students in Columbine Elementary School’s first and second grade classes sat on the floor of the school gym Monday afternoon to watch a demonstration of bike tricks.

The Longmont students clapped and cheered as retired professional BMX rider Mike Murfitt performed bunny hops, 360s and other “crazy tricks” on his bike while urging them to wear helmets and listen to their parents when riding their own bikes.

The short demonstration, though, wasn’t the main event.

As Murfitt finished, others pulled away gym mats serving as barriers to reveal a mass of shiny new red bikes, one for each student.

“It’s cool,” said 7-year-old Zayden Lucero as he tried out his new bike. “I like bikes. I just like to move my feet. I would like to ride my bike to school.”

Monday’s bike giveaway was the first of three organized this week by Longmont-based nonprofit Can’d Aid in conjunction with High Country Beverage and Oskar Blues Brewery. The bikes are purchased mostly assembled, with volunteers attaching pedals and wheels before they’re donated.

Murfitt, an ambassador for the nonprofit who has helped with around 30 bike donation events around the country, joined other volunteers in fitting helmets and, if needed, adjusting the seat, for each student. He added words of encouragement for those still learning to ride.

“My first sense of freedom as a kid was jumping on a bike and riding away,” said Murfitt, co-owner of Longmont’s Traction Coffee Roasters. “The thought of someone never getting to experience that was heartbreaking.”

Can’d Aid was started in 2013 in response to the destruction in Lyons caused by floods and has since expanded outside Colorado to multiple other states. Along with building and donating bikes and skateboards, the nonprofit organization organizes trash and trail clean up efforts, provides drinking water after natural and human caused disasters, donates art kits and musical instruments, and coordinates mural painting.

“Our projects are really diverse,” said Can’d Aid’s Corby Yarbrough. “We want to get people out in the community to do good.”

At Columbine, Karla Noriega said her son, 6-year-old Josiah Chavez, loves to ride but quickly grew out of his first bike.

“This is really nice,” she said. “It’s an extra Christmas present.”

Jose Garcia, 6, said he knows how to ride after trying his sister’s bike, but didn’t have a bike of his own and is still a beginner.

“I like to go slow because I might fall,” he said.

Angeleenah Rodriguez, 6, said she rides the bike she has at home sometimes.

“I will ride this bike more because it’s new,” she said. “I will ride it when I go to the park.”

Boulder County-area real estate, commercial deals, Nov. 21, 2022

Trust deedsThis list includes trust deeds (to secure repayment of a loan) of $750,000 or more. Information includes the borrower, lender, address or legal description of the property, date the trust deed was filed and amount. 2905 Baseline Road LLC: Indicate Capital Reit LLC, 2905 Baseline Road, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $2,660,000.00 Amy and David Silverman: Firstbank, 825 Trail Ridge Drive, Louisville, 11/07/2022, $750,000.00 Anthony Rivera: Rocket Mortgage LLC, 741 Promenade Drive, Superior, 11/03/2022, $760,581.00 Boulder Dental Prop...

Trust deeds

This list includes trust deeds (to secure repayment of a loan) of $750,000 or more. Information includes the borrower, lender, address or legal description of the property, date the trust deed was filed and amount. 2905 Baseline Road LLC: Indicate Capital Reit LLC, 2905 Baseline Road, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $2,660,000.00 Amy and David Silverman: Firstbank, 825 Trail Ridge Drive, Louisville, 11/07/2022, $750,000.00 Anthony Rivera: Rocket Mortgage LLC, 741 Promenade Drive, Superior, 11/03/2022, $760,581.00 Boulder Dental Properties LLC: Umb Bk, 11/03/2022, $5,400,000.00 Campus Varsity Townhouse Co. Llp: Mark S. Corson, 1555 Broadway, Apt. 113, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $850,000.00 Charles and Ishika Cotter: Bk Colo, 1465 Periwinkle Drive, Boulder, 11/07/2022, $4,041,500.00 Copper Homes Ltd: Independent Bk, 11/10/2022, $960,645.00 David A. and Mary E. Cartwright: Am Advisors Group, 2496 Evans Ave., Louisville, 11/07/2022, $1,170,000.00 David A. and Mary E. Cartwright: Fed Housing Commissioner, 2496 Evans Ave., Louisville, 11/07/2022, $1,170,000.00 D G. LLC: Alpine Bk, 1495 Overlook Drive, Lafayette, 11/03/2022, $1,891,912.00 Fleet Russell Jr. and Priscilla Brown White: Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC, 2871 Tierra Ridge Court, Superior, 11/09/2022, $1,725,000.00 Gary Berg: Crg Real Estate LLC, 175 Bellevue Drive, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $1,250,000.00 George L. Zummer: Zions Bancorporation, 3084 Palo Pkwy, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $900,000.00 Kary Michael and Teri Lynn Ohan: Rocket Mortgage LLC, 2335 Balsam Drive, Boulder, 11/07/2022, $1,375,000.00 Katherine and Nathan Ratledge: Alpine Bk, 955 10th St., Boulder, 11/03/2022, $1,332,000.00 Krw Invest LLC: Fred L. Spallone Inc., 205 Commerce St., Broomfield, 11/07/2022, $850,000.00 Laura L. Lichter: Anb Bk, Mult Prop, 11/07/2022, $1,450,799.53 Mark Morrison: Firstbank, 228 Lion Point, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $1,000,000.00 Mark Morrison: Firstbank, 228 Lion Point, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $1,500,000.00 Mary E. Freeman: Fed Housing Commissioner, 1685 Daily Drive, Erie, 11/09/2022, $1,005,000.00 Mary E. Freeman: Academy Mortgage Corp., 1685 Daily Drive, Erie, 11/09/2022, $1,005,000.00 Matthew Forrest Johnson: United Wholesale Mortgage LLC, 1385 Melvina Hill Road, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $760,581.00 Megan H. McConnell: Colonial Natl. Mortgage, 2465 Walnut St., Apt. 5, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $1,012,000.00 Michael Alexander McKay: Firstbank, 735 Discovery Pkwy, Superior, 11/09/2022, $864,792.00 Milestone Sundar Gp: Merchants Bk Indiana, 11/09/2022, $6,905,000.00 Phillip J. and Monica A. Bendele: Morgan Stanley Private Bk, 7695 Watonga Way, Boulder, 11/03/2022, $2,100,000.00 Scuttlebugs Boulder Property LLC: Live Oak Bk Co., 3735 Iris Ave., Boulder, 11/03/2022, $2,425,000.00 Signal Sfr LLC: Sunflower Bk, 1214 S. Weldona Lane, Superior, 11/07/2022, $812,000.00 Todd S. Crawford: Old Natl. Bk, 15465 King Court, Broomfield, 11/09/2022, $1,430,083.00 Tr Trade Centre LLC: Webster Bk, Mult Prop, 11/09/2022, $15,000,000.00 W Matthew and Rebecca Lee Steinfort: Goldman Sachs Bk Usa, 707 Eighth St., Boulder, 11/09/2022, $3,000,000.00

Deeds

This list includes deeds (conveying title to a property) of $350,000 or more. Information includes the seller, buyer, address or legal description of the property, date the deed was filed and amount. 778 Fir LLC: Yoav and Sivan Naveh, 778 W. Fir Court, Louisville, 11/09/2022, $900,000.00 Afsoon Ansari: Glenn Houtchens, 3454 Huron Peak Ave., Superior, 11/07/2022, $612,000.00 Aod Properties LLC: Matthew Forrest Johnson, 1385 Melvina Hill Road, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $825,000.00 Arlene and Victor Brugal: Azlyn Torres, 3030 Oneal Pkwy, Apt. M33, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $385,000.00 Barry B. Lewis: Katherine and Nathan Ratledge, 955 10th St., Boulder, 11/03/2022, $1,665,000.00 Blue Hessner: Thunder Road Properties Ltd, 74 Navajo Trail, Nederland, 11/07/2022, $950,000.00 Boulder Community Health: Boulder Dental Properties LLC, 4141 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, 11/03/2022, $3,950,000.00 Brenda Wistor Linfield: Jake Lindstrom, 7798 Devonshire Way, Boulder, 11/07/2022, $889,000.00 Brent E. Davis: Nicholas Farrell, 619 Fairfield Lane, Louisville, 11/09/2022, $935,000.00 Calatlantic Group LLC: Caitlin Elizabeth and Richard Adams Radcliffe, 1565 Cabot Aly, Erie, 11/07/2022, $537,000.00 Calatlantic Group LLC: Kimberly Marie Kubsch, 655 Greenville Aly, Erie, 11/09/2022, $515,000.00 Carolyn Dale Harrington: James Douglas and Alisa Kay Thompson, 412 Lone Eagle Point, Lafayette, 11/07/2022, $1,375,000.00 Christine and Chelsea Neske: Matteo Antonio Dimercurio, 5417 La Plata Circle, Boulder, 11/07/2022, $670,000.00 Cyrus A. Mirshab: Lisa Hatzenbiler, 1084 Artemis Circle, Lafayette, 11/09/2022, $429,000.00 Dabs Realty LLC: Scuttlebugs Boulder Property LLC, 3735 Iris Ave., Boulder, 11/03/2022, $2,200,000.00 David S. Myers: Greg Temple, 5841 Sunshine Canyon Drive, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $360,500.00 Dean P. Darby: W. Matthew and Rebecca Lee Steinfort, 707 Eighth St., Boulder, 11/09/2022, $4,000,000.00 Deborah Ann Englehart: Deborah Stangel, 12360 W. Big Horn Court, Broomfield, 11/08/2022, $925,000.00 Deeanna Mondragon: Christine Adara and Daniel Robert Walker, 13587 Clay Place, Broomfield, 11/07/2022, $460,000.00 Douglas B. Weller: Joely Rose Denkinger, 4986 Clubhouse Circle, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $650,000.00 Elton Michael and Christine Emily Randall: Darrell Greg and Jennifer M. Seal, 405 Hapgood St., Boulder, 11/03/2022, $3,000,000.00 Epic Homes Anthem Highlands LLC: Todd S. Crawford, 15465 King Court, Broomfield, 11/09/2022, $1,682,500.00 Fred L. III and Elizabeth I. Smith: Elisa Rose and Robert Elwood Davis, 4422 Pali Way, Boulder, 11/07/2022, $977,000.00 Geraldine C. McGuire: Janelle Nagar, 30 Fairplay Ave., Broomfield, 11/08/2022, $790,000.00 Grant and Sara B. Robbins: Pamela Bergeson, 256 S. Madison Ave., Louisville, 11/07/2022, $770,000.00 Highlands Lb LLC: Highlands Foxhill Homes LLC, Mult Prop, 11/03/2022, $388,700.00 Janelle Nagar: Bon Tempe Invest LLC, 550 Cedar Ave., Boulder, 11/09/2022, $1,175,000.00 Jennifer M. Spitz: Guadalupe Avel Cabrera Cruz, 1875 Gordon Drive, Erie, 11/09/2022, $537,500.00 Joanne M. Pyle Trust: John Jenkins, 827 Sundance Lane, Erie, 11/09/2022, $750,000.00 John J. Gaumond: Buy Out Co. LLlp, 1600 Emerald St., Broomfield, 11/10/2022, $490,000.00 John M. Strang: David B. Farmer, 1223 Picardy Place, Lafayette, 11/03/2022, $512,500.00 Kb Home Colo. Inc: Rajbir Athwal, 2461 Flats St., Erie, 11/03/2022, $578,100.00 Kb Home Colo. Inc: Sarah E. Hix, 2045 Alcott Way, Broomfield, 11/07/2022, $555,700.00 Kb Home Colo. Inc: Sebastien F. Lachancebarrett, 1341 Granite Drive, Erie, 11/09/2022, $702,700.00 Kb Home Colo. Inc: Ajit P. Hakke Patil, 2400 Flats St., Erie, 11/07/2022, $730,000.00 Kb Home Colo. Inc: Annicka Stevens, 2061 Alcott Way, Broomfield, 11/10/2022, $529,600.00 Keri L. and Casey Anderson: Scott P. Silverman, 2709 Gray Wolf Loop, Broomfield, 11/08/2022, $940,000.00 Lennar Colo. LLC: Joan E. Harring, 17612 Datura St., Broomfield, 11/08/2022, $890,000.00 Linda J. and Linda S. Jourgensen: Brian Schwartz, 780 Flagstaff Road, Boulder, 11/07/2022, $2,620,900.00 Lyndsay Kubicekregev: Matthew and Jennifer Crowe, 793 Carbonate Lane, Erie, 11/03/2022, $795,000.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc: Santosh N. and Tejashri S. Manjrekar, 11272 Bella Vista Drive, Broomfield, 11/08/2022, $500,000.00 Michael and Kathleen Moroze: Vedavyas Cuntheepuram, 16018 Antora Peak Drive, Broomfield, 11/08/2022, $824,900.00 Mitchell S. Friedman: Zachary James Trevor, 1385 Linden Ave., Boulder, 11/09/2022, $950,000.00 Monika Chace: Charles A. Rohde, 4547 Tally Ho Trail, Boulder, 11/07/2022, $1,016,000.00 Nancy Middlemiss: Mike Bonner, 23 Wildewood Drive, Nederland, 11/07/2022, $571,000.00 Opendoor Property Trust I: Cynthia Rodriguez, 1116 Fern St., Broomfield, 11/07/2022, $502,000.00 Pamela J. Perkins Living Trust: Raquel Nichole Yanez, 922 Cimarron Drive, Unit B, Lafayette, 11/07/2022, $595,000.00 Paula Gene Trapp: Suzanne De Lucia, 806 Brooklawn Drive, Boulder, 11/03/2022, $1,650,000.00 Paul Gilmartin: 2700 15th St. LLC, 2700 15th St., Boulder, 11/09/2022, $800,000.00 Pommer 11970 Quay LLC: Lindeman Holdings LLC, 11970 Quay St., Broomfield, 11/10/2022, $519,000.00 Richard and Kimberly Green: Erik Debloois, 13614 Plaster Circle, Broomfield, 11/07/2022, $590,000.00 Ryan N. Hughes: John L. Darcy, 302 Eisenhower Drive, Louisville, 11/03/2022, $639,000.00 Sharon Bosman: Paula Michelle and Christopher Taylor Levering, 4553 Red Deer Trail, Broomfield, 11/09/2022, $725,000.00 Steven Redzikowski: Margaret Ahern Steele, 1505 Pearl St., Apt. 202, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $950,000.00 Thompson Family 1995 Trust Agreement: Hill House Ltd I LLC, 1480 Bellevue Drive, Boulder, 11/03/2022, $5,250,000.00 Tobin and Chrysanthe Munn: Sophie Ramus, 1112 Union Ave., Boulder, 11/03/2022, $1,200,000.00 Toll Southwest LLC: Michael Alexander McKay, 735 Discovery Pkwy, Superior, 11/09/2022, $1,081,000.00 Toll Southwest LLC: Anthony Rivera, 741 Promenade Drive, Superior, 11/03/2022, $856,800.00 Turnpike Constr. Co: Krw Invest LLC, 205 Commerce St., Broomfield, 11/07/2022, $850,000.00 United Colo. LLC: Kp Property LLC, 71 Wildewood Drive, Nederland, 11/09/2022, $790,000.00 Weekley Homes LLC: Abigail Ruth Guezmir, 16756 Tejon St., Broomfield, 11/07/2022, $662,000.00 William D. Novell: Tiny Tim Center Inc., 11/07/2022, $1,100,000.00 William J. Donovan: United Colo. LLC, 71 Wildewood Drive, Nederland, 11/09/2022, $810,000.00 Yiayia Invest LLC: Longhorn Re LLC, 3386 Longhorn Road, Boulder, 11/09/2022, $935,000.00 Yonit Clara Bousany: Safiul Huda, 2304 Spruce St., Unit 4, Boulder, 11/07/2022, $925,000.00

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