Nic has been a broker at Slifer Smith & Frampton for nearly three years, mixing his passion for real estate with his architecture, design, and development expertise. He’s a graduate of the USC School of Architecture, and owns his own design firm alongside his real estate practice.
Nic’s a Boulder native and has lived in Los Angeles and Shanghai, China over the years — but now he’s very happy to call Denver home. He lives in Curtis Park in a 110-year-old duplex with his fiancé, Mark and their French bulldogs, Clementine and William. You can often find him at the MCA or the Clyfford Still Museum, at the newest brunch spots, or on-site at a new project.
When he’s not exploring the new restaurants in Denver, he’s traveling the world — Mexico City, Marrakech, Montréal, London, and Paris have all been recent trips of his, and there are many more on the books. He loves exploring the spatial qualities of each city, where architecture, culture, and environment meet. Nic also window-shops real estate nearly everywhere he goes — need a condo in Copenhagen? He can tell you where to look. He runs a travel blog where he documents his journeys called Chouf Chouf — follow along as he wanders!
Nic’s experience in many different facets of the built environment offers his clients a unique, whole-picture perspective of every real estate transaction. He’s got most of the Denver zoning code memorized, and is an expert at navigating through historic district restrictions and requirements.