The East West Partners and Slifer, Smith and Frampton – Denver office has always had the best model in Denver and now it’s even better! On Tuesday, Archetype 3-D came and added 13 buildings to the model. Some are buildings that have been up for a few years like Waterside Lofts and others are brand new buildings that are about to come out of the ground. Four new apartment complexes have been added and look fantastic. These include the AMLI project on 20th and Little Raven, City House at 18th and Chestnut, Cadence at 17th and Wewatta, and Delgany Lofts at 15th and Delgany. Our model is a great way to get a feel for Denver from a birds eye of view. It is amazing how much growth has happened over the past decade and what is still to come with the Union Station Neighborhood. If you haven’t been in our office to see it, I would highly recommend putting it on your to do list.
Archives for September 2012
This large one bedroom floor plan is situated on the South side of the building. Incredible views of the mountains and Commons Park are forever protected. The kitchen is spacious with a rotating island, cherry cabinetry, granite counters and stainless steel appliances. A separate dining room sits off the kitchen perfect for entertaining. Glass House is a full amenity building featuring a swimming pool, gas grills and fire pit on the 8th floor. Inside includes the club room with a movie theatre, catering kitchen and a few lounging areas. At the base of the building is Riverfront Athletic Club. This is a full fitness center with six personal trainers, a variety of group classes, cardio equipment, weigh room and locker rooms. All of this plus a 24 hour front desk staff and the incredible location in Riverfront Park.
I work with Buyers everyday and when I came across this article on Yahoo Finance I thougth it was worth sharing. Buyers can get so caught up in the process they can forget what they set up to accomplish, buying a home. I would take the time to read this article, it can help put things back in perspective. Here is the quick summary of the 5 emotional mistakes Buyers make:
Mistake No. 1: Always looking for a better deal
Mistake No. 2: Falling in love at first sight
Mistake No. 3: Overpaying for perfection
Mistake No. 4: Equating “short sale” with “deal”
Mistake No. 5: Lowballing instead of negotiating realistically