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About Spaces Real Estate

Spaces Real Estate’s philosophy is to help clients make the best financial decisions by educating our clients, aiding with the analysis, and being highly trained advocates for your financial interest.

The Team

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Adam Kroll – Lead Agent ¬†Stefania Damiani –¬† Client Concierge
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To find out more about Adam, see the “Who is Adam Kroll” video below or visit the Adam Kroll page.

Adam was born near New York City in Rockland County, NY.

He completed his degree in Mechanical/Biomedical engineering at the University of Colorado, Boulder and worked in the medical device engineering industry for many years before turning to Real Estate.

During his tenure as an engineer, Adam built up a portfolio of investment properties and has continued to add to this portfolio.

Adam has the distinction of the MCNE (MASTER Certified Negotiation Expert) designation to aid as your financial advocate.  It is so fundamental in our business model of advocating for our clients, that he got the MASTER certification (many have the CNE).

Adam is the father of 2 young children and understand how having a family can impact a buyer or seller during a transaction.

Stefania was born in Tuscay, Italy and have moved many times internationally and domestically!

At an early age, she fulfilled her passion for travel by becoming a tourist guide throughout Italy.

She completed a degree in accounting and began her professional career as a production manager for a high-quality apparel firm. Moving up the ranks by becoming the Marketing Director and then Project Manager. In each of these roles, she mastered , management and negotiation skills allowing her to organize and successfully launch the company in local and international world markets.

After coming to the U.S., she has worked as an interpreter and translator.
My Motto:
Building trust with every client, providing excellence in every step.

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About Boulder, Colorado

The Boulder Valley was first the home of Native Americans, primarily the Southern Arapaho tribe, who maintained a village near Haystack Mountain.

The first non-native settlement in Boulder County was on October 17, 1858 near the entrance to Boulder Canyon and less than a year later, on February 10, 1859, the Boulder City Town Company was organized by A.A. Brookfield, the first president, and 56 shareholders. There were 4,044 lots laid out at a purchase price of $1,000 each; a price that was later lowered in order to attract more residents.

Boulder City was part of the Nebraska Territory until February 28, 1861, when the Territory of Colorado was created by the U.S. Congress. It developed as a supply base for miners going into the mountains in search of gold and silver. Boulder City residents provided these miners with equipment, agricultural products, housing and transport services, and gambling and drinking establishments.

Boulder’s first schoolhouse was built in 1860 at the southwest corner of Walnut and 15th Street, the first in the territory. In 1874 the construction of Old Main signaled the opening of the University, with classrooms, auditorium, office and the president’s living quarters all located there.

City government was formalized on Saturday, November 4, 1871 when the town of Boulder was incorporated. The first mayor, Jacob Ellison, was elected for a two-month term in 1878.

By 1880, Boulder’s population had passed the 3,000 mark, which was the minimum required by state statutes for the incorporation of a city of the second class. This step was taken on April 3, 1882, and that month a new town hall was completed in time for the first meeting of the council of the newly formed city government. Designation of Boulder as the county seat occurred in 1867 and led to the construction of the first courthouse at its present site in 1883. It burned to the ground in 1932 and was replaced by the current courthouse in 1934.

Here is useful link about Boulder www.bouldercolorado.gov.

Today Boulder County has 19 Zip Codes:

80510 (Allenspark),80305 (Boulder), 80310 (Boulder), 80302 (Boulder), 80304(Boulder) 80301 (Boulder), 80303 (Boulder), 80025 (Eldorado Springs), 80516 (Erie), 80455(Jamestown), 80026 (Lafayette), 80501 (Longmont), 80503 (Longmont), 80027 (Louisville), 80540 (Lyons), 80466 (Nederland), 80544 (Niwot), 80471 (Pinecliffe), 80481 (Ward)

 

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