The penultimate section of the Lowry neighborhood redevelopment project is finally coming together.
Boulevard One, located in the southwest sector of Lowry, is being developed as a mixed-use area that will provide an array of housing options. It represents the last significant piece of real estate of the former U.S. Air Force Base that has been slowly reinvented over the last 25 years.
Lowry has earned the reputation as one of Denver’s most vibrant areas, with active community involvement and a diverse population. The Boulevard One development will add to this reputation and make available a variety of single family and multifamily homes as well as retail and office space.
Located within the confines of 1st Ave., Monaco Pkwy., Archer Place and Quebec Street, this 70 acre parcel is being built out to accommodate approximately 130 single-family homes, 250 rowhomes, 110 condos and 420 apartments. New homes are now for sale and many more are coming on board soon.
Boulevard One Offers Mix of Residential, Retail Opportunities
In addition to the residential projects, recent developments at Boulevard One include the announcement of a proposed small format Target as the anchor tenant at the corner of Lowry Blvd. and Quebec Street (northwest corner). If approved, Target will occupy approximately 30,000 square feet of custom-designed space called the Exchange at Boulevard One. Some of the other tenants that will be found in the 200,000 square foot mixed-use space include Mod Pizza, Chase Bank, Sushi Ronin and Logan Coffee House.
One of the most exciting residential offerings in the Boulevard One development is Interlude at Boulevard One. You can now purchase beautifully appointed townhomes, featuring three exciting floor plans. This is one of the last opportunities to purchase a new home in the award-winning Lowry community. In all, Interlude at Boulevard One will consist of 10 townhome units with three different floor plans. Pricing starts at $739,900.
Interlude at Boulevard One Offers Modern Amenities, Easy Living
Located on Lowry Boulevard just east of Cherry Creek and minutes from downtown Denver, Interlude at Boulevard One symbolized the lifestyle you want. Enjoy summers on your private rooftop deck, create dinner masterpieces in a modern gourmet kitchen and enjoy the convenience of nearby coffee shops and restaurants to meet your friends.
You’ll be the first occupants of these brand new, move-in ready homes. Enjoy standout high-end appliances, handsome hardwood flooring and all the amenities and accents that you expect with a new construction.
Check out the Dessert Truck at Interlude, 6850 E. Lowry Blvd., this Saturday, Aug. 15 from 3-5 p.m. for a complimentary. dessert. Stay for a hard hat tour of one the outstanding townhomes still available.
Enjoy Easy Access to Recreation and Entertainment
Did you know Interlude at Boulevard One is close to a variety of parks with walking paths, playgrounds, tennis courts, golf courses, trees and natural space? Some examples include:
- Crestmoor Park (0.2 miles away)
- 5.5-acre Community Park (0.1 miles away)
- Lowry Sports Complex (0.9 miles away)
- Highline Canal Trail (1.4 miles away)
- Bayaud Park (0.7 miles away)
Get outside and soak in some sun without having to go far from home! If the outdoor adventures aren’t enough, there are also some pretty incredible leisure activities in which to engage. Some of the establishments include:
- Wings over the Rockies Air & Space Museum (1 mile away)
- Denver Library (0.4 miles away)
- Lowry Beer Garden (1 mile away)
- Park Burger Hilltop (0.9 miles away)
- Lowry Town Center with grocery store (0.6 miles away)
Lowry is Now an Established Denver Neighborhood
From its humble beginnings following the closure of Lowry Air Force Base in 1995, the Lowry neighborhood is now a well-established community with its own lively town center, 800 acres of open space, historic buildings and delicious restaurants. It is conveniently nestled southwest of Denver’s airport and east of downtown, making it a breeze for its residents to access Denver’s finest attractions and amenities.
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 master plan for Lowry neighborhood mapped out a plan providing a variety of housing options. You’ll find a plethora of modern single family homes, townhouses, apartments and condominiums. These beautiful homes are all relatively new and extremely desirable as they feature updated floor plans and fresh interior design motifs.
Whether your dream home is in Lowry or in another one of the over 100 Denver neighborhoods, let a Usaj Realty broker help you navigate the home buying process. Usaj Realty is a full-service real estate firm located in Downtown Denver. As a boutique, locally owned brokerage, our clients’ interests always come first and we always aim to exceed expectations.Stop struggling with trying to navigate the Denver housing market alone and work with a dedicated real estate advisor who has the process and experience to lead you home. Design the future you've always wanted for yourself and your loved ones.
To learn more about Interlude or to set up a tour, contact Kelsey Lawless and April Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-454-4301.
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