James Travis Busby
A Denver native and Park Hill resident, Mr. Busby has had a
long time passion for neighborhood redevelopment. He was
involved in the redevelopment of Downtown and Lower Downtown
Denver as well as many underdeveloped neighborhoods. He was a
Mayoral appointee to the 1986 Downtown Steering Committee,
which planned the redevelopment of downtown Denver.
Mr. Busby was featured in the Denver Rocky Mountain News Article
"The Miracle on 34th Street" in 1983 for his
inner-city redevelopment efforts. He was written up in the
Denver Rocky Mountain News "People to Watch" in 1984
and was identified in the 1994 National Black Leadership
Profiles as one of "Who's Who Among America's Outstanding
Leaders" and National Register's Who's Who in Executives
He has a Masters Degree in Planning and Community
Development and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of
Colorado. Mr. Busby is a real estate broker who has been
involved with many aspects of real estate for over 30 years.
He is also a Certified Information Technology Professional.
Mr. Busby is a private pilot, loves to
sail, travel, dance tango and eat. He is the proud father of two boys.
Ms. Foley, has a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning
and over 20 years experience working in neighborhoods on a
wide variety of revitalization projects. She has worked
extensively with a diversity of individuals, communities, and
businesses on complex and interesting planning projects.
Ms. Foley enjoys the real estate business and working with
individuals and families. She has also managed numerous real
estate projects over the past decade for investors, including
property management. Ms.
Foley is skilled in real estate research, having knowledge
about cities, neighborhoods, how they function and how to find
out about proposed plans for change or improvements in a
neighborhood. Ms. Foley can easily assist clients in
making just the right move. The combination of Ms.
Foley's education, expertise and enthusiasm make her an
ideal candidate to assist any real estate needs!