Certified Residential – FHA
Nicole Bopp is no stranger to real estate and land use. Nicole has worked as a historic preservation and land use consultant for the past ten years. Most recently Nicole has worked with groups like Urban Neighborhood’s Inc., Colorado Preservation, Inc. and several local municipalities on small community-based planning projects.
Nicole turned to appraising after serving five years as the Executive Director of the Governor’s Residence Preservation Fund (GRPF), a 501(c)3 with a mission to preserve the historic Governor’s Residence at the Boettcher Mansion and bring it into full use and enjoyment for Colorado residents As the director, Nicole had overall strategic and operational responsibility for the Fund’s staff, programs and activities, expansion, and execution of its mission.
Prior to her role at the Governor’s Residence Nicole served as the Director of the Federal Boulevard Business Improvement District, representing the interests of the BID in the successful execution of its operational plan. The primary components of the operational plan included providing small business services, fostering community support of local business, developing a branding and marketing plan, pursuing fundraising opportunities and developing a hardscape improvement plan. Nicole worked with Denver OED, adjacent BIDs, neighborhood associations, transportation stakeholders, representatives from Mile High Stadium, residents, and business owners.
In 2011, Nicole and her husband and opened a boutique wine shop on Old South Gaylord Street. Nicole has since sold the store after it achieved over $300,000 in annual sales each year and was named “Best Wine Shop, Editors Choice” in 5280’s Top of the Town.
Nicole holds a Masters Degree in Historic Preservation from Cornell University’s City and Regional Planning Department.