Denver Post: Not a lot of lots in city
Finished sites, once in oversupply in metro Denver, are lacking.

Denver developers can't get lots to market fast enough.  

Homebuilder David Sinkey looked into his crystal ball about 30 months ago and a disturbing vision appeared.

"One of the trends we saw: There won't be any new-build homes that are affordable in the future," recalled Sinkey, a principal at Louisville-based Boulder Creek Neighborhoods.

The housing downturn had culled the skilled workforce needed to build homes, creating severe labor shortages and pushing up costs.

Just as worrisome, finished lots that once were in oversupply were quickly being absorbed with no easy prospects to replenish them.
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