This great studio in Glass House closed on 7/22/14 for $340,000 after 10 days on the market. The buyer is thrilled to have a purchased condo in Glass House making Denver his new home.
Stunning top floor penthouse overlooking the Denver skyline. This home boasts 13 foot ceiling with floor to ceiling glass featuring views from every window. Two master suites both have five piece bathrooms and walk in closets. American cherry hardwood floors throughout the entire condo, KitchenAid gas range, stainless appliances, gas fireplace, granite counters and maple cabinetry. Rare opportunity to purchase this incredible penthouse as they do not come on the market very often. All of this plus the location and amenities of Glass House. This home is a must see! Offered at $1,275,000. Call me to schedule your tour today.
Great one bedroom condo in Creekside Flats will be on the market June 1st for $339,000. This home has wonderful natural light and a spacious floor plan with over 900 feet of living space. Enjoy relaxing dinners outside on the incredible patio overlooking the Cherry Creek. This is the perfect home for the young professional or empty nester looking to have a comfortable one bedroom in the heart of the city.
Creekside Lofts and Flats are perfectly located along the serene Cherry Creek. With Commons Park a block away, bike paths outside your door, and LoDo across the bridge, it’s hard to find a better home. These one and two bedroom homes feature hardwood floors, granite counters, GE Profile appliances and a balcony. Creekside is your perfect urban retreat.
To schedule your tour, call me today at 303.618.3622
Forbes just released it’s annual ranking of the fastest growing cities in the country. This year Denver was up to #6 from #16 in 2013. Forbes takes into consideration population growth, job growth rates, unemployment rates, median salaries for college-educated workers and some other factors. Austin was number one followed by Raleigh, Phoenix, Dallas and Salt Lake City. Denver’s economy continues to strengthen in all areas. To read the whole story, click here.
The Union Station Neighborhood is starting to take shape. Cadence, the first apartment building, is now open with tenants happily enjoying the building. The North and South Wing buildings are getting very close and the retail on the first floor will be open in a few short months. Additionally, all of the retail was just announced in the Historic Union Station. As you probably know, the majority of the building is being converted into 112 unit hotel named the Crawford Hotel. Here is the list of tenants that will be open as of July 12th.
- Milkbox Ice Creamery –Serving Little Man Ice Cream
- Pigtrain Coffee – Serving Novo Coffee
- Cooper Lounge
- Terminal Bar – Serving 30 Colorado craft beers
- Bloom – Great florist out of Cherry Creek
- Eatmore Burgers and Brats
- Fresh Exchange
- Tattered Cover Book Store
- Snooze – My personal favorite breakfast restaurant
- The Kitchen Next Door
- Alex Seidel’s Mercantile Dining and Provision – Chef and owner of Fruition
- Stoic and Genuine Fish
If you considering selling, I want you to know that the market is HOT!!! After several years of low inventory there is an incredible amount of pent up demand for homes. I have buyers waiting for something to come on the market. Now is a GREAT time to sell. If you are thinking about it, give me a call. I’m happy to put together an estimate of what your home is worth and a net sheet for you to review. Call me at 303.618.3622 or email me at email@example.com.
In a Denver Post article this week, Trulia did a study stating that it’s cheaper to buy in the 100 largest metro U.S. markets. In Denver it’s 43% cheaper to buy than rent. This is primarily based on the growing population in Denver making a very tight rental market. There are apartment buildings going up all around downtown, but if experts are correct, these units will be absorbed without much drop in the rental rates. Ryan McMaken, an economist with the Division of Housing said “People continue to move here and people continue to form households here. New households include people marrying and moving into their own homes, people moving from other states, and people divorcing and creating two households from one. So as long as that continues, you have new people coming into the market who need somewhere to live. We are not building enough units to cover the number of new household formations.” I know I’ve been saying this for years but with interest rates still low, now is a great time to buy! To read the whole story, click here.