It’s been 22 years since the first residents moved into the Lowry area in Denver. As one of the “newer neighborhoods” in Denver, this former Air Force base has witnessed a complete transformation over the last two decades.
This massive redevelopment project is now in the waning stages as most of the property has been converted into a truly energetic mixed use community. You’ll find everything here:single family homes to apartments, schools to recreation centers, and parks and open space to public art.
However, you still have an opportunity to buy brand new townhomes as a result of the exciting new Interlude at Boulevard One development. Located on the southwest side of Lowry, Interlude offers stylish urban living that is walking distance to shopping, amenities and recreation.
With townhomes currently for sale and more coming on board this summer, Interlude at Boulevard One provides the opportunity to own a new home in which you can integrate work, city living and recreation. These homes offer an incredible slate of high-end finishes and you won’t believe the rooftop decks! The project will be fully completed by the fall of 2020.
There will be five spacious townhomes in each of the two buildings. Each of the townhomes are three stories high plus offer an incredible rooftop deck that can accommodate a hot tub, lounge furniture and gas grill. These homes offer an impeccable slate of high-end finishes and accents, two-car garage and separate sleeping areas.
Usaj Realty brokers April Andrews and Kelsey Lawless offer some insights into this stunning new development and why you should consider purchasing one of these fabulous homes.
Q: What makes this property unique and appealing?
This is one of the last chances for buyers to buy a new home in Lowry. This location is extremely walkable without feeling too urban. It is two blocks from the new Boulevard One Lowry development shopping and dining area and four blocks from the established shopping area on Roslyn Street.
These townhomes have incredible rooftop decks, some of the largest rooftop decks in the Lowry neighborhood. The decks are also front to back with glass railing and can accommodate a hot tub and gas line. Each home has a two car garage and features expansive windows that allow maximum natural light.
You can choose from three dynamic floor plans: The Haven, The Retreat and The Sanctuary. You're sure to find one that perfectly fits your lifestyle.
Q: Explain the vision of this development and what they were trying to achieve? Is it part of a larger development/offering?
Community is very important to us here at Interlude at Boulevard One. We specialize in creating boutique communities in urban infill neighborhoods that focus on, not only creating a sense of belonging for the new individual residences, but how our homes fit into the broader neighborhood.
Q: Explain how the development fits into the overall plan of the Lowry neighborhood.
We are fascinated by fresh new approaches to urban design, and listen deeply to the wants and desires of buyers. How do you want to live? What’s important to you? Those answers drive our sophisticated designs, as well as our commitment to sustainability and community. Throughout every step of the building process, we are focused on providing you with the home of your dreams in a neighborhood that’s both vibrant and engaging.
Q: What type of buyer will be interested in this property?
Interlude at Boulevard One is perfect for the buyer who is looking for the best of both worlds. You will have the conveniences and walkability of an urban environment while enjoying the quiet retreat of your private home. This buyer has an affinity for quality construction and superior design elements.
Q: What are some of the amenities that are directly associated with the development and those that are close to the development (not part of the HOA)?
The Lowry neighborhood is like its own little city. With more than 9,000 people living in single-family homes as well as multifamily complexes, the community is diverse and inclusive. There are all the essential businesses in the downtown area including grocery, restaurants, retail and many service providers. With over 800 acres of parks and open space throughout the neighborhood, you’ll never feel cooped up. Since the Lowry neighborhood used to be a military base, there are many open areas that make cycling, running, walking and pursuing other outdoor pursuits a snap. It is also home to many parks including Crescent, Great Lawn, Lowry Dog Park and Ulaanbaatar Park, which in 2001 was named after Denver’s 10th sister city located in Mongolia.
The popular Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum and Schlessman Library are popular retreats for Lowry residents.
Q: Talk about the rooftop feature and the thought process that went into the design. Is this something that sets it apart from other multifamily housing in the area?
Views! You get spectacular city and mountain views all while enjoying the Colorado outdoors. These are very large decks that are engineered for optimal enjoyment. As we all know, Colorado has some of the best weather for outdoor living. The expansive decks provide an outdoor extension of the living space for residents to enjoy the incredible weather we have year-round.
Q: What is your favorite feature of these homes?
The full front to back rooftop decks are truly second to none. All of the homes also have a lovely balcony off of the main level which, again, provides an aesthetically pleasing extension of the living area.
Each floor plan has unique features. The staircase in The Retreat is like a piece of artwork styled through the middle of the home, creating open air from the main floor to the rooftop deck.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to own a home in Lowry. Call 720-507-7950 or fill out this form today!
Posted by Pat O'Connor
Pat O’Connor has dual citizenship in both Wisconsin and Colorado, having been born and raised in Wisconsin Dells, but later adopted by the Centennial State. A graduate of the University of Colorado (B.S. Journalism, 1980), O’Connor began her career as a sportswriter at the Boulder Daily Camera under the tutelage of the venerable Dan Creedon. Her experience also includes stints in public relations at Aspen Highlands Ski Area, the Colorado Trial Lawyers and the Colorado Division of Wildlife. When she isn’t piecing together sentences, the self-proclaimed “Cheesehead” enjoys traveling, running, playing golf, hiking 14ers, horseback riding and skiing. During football season, she can be found cheering for the Buffs and "whooping it up" when the Packers win. She loves talking sports and giving recommendations on cheese curds.Facebook LinkedIn Twitter