21st Floor, Please!
Love it! As high as you can go in the Glass House for a 1 bedroom cool loft. Spacious and open with full floor to ceiling glass overlooking Commons Park and the Rocky Mountains. I never tire of the views. Hardwood floors throughout and 11 foot ceilings. Immaculately maintained. Parking and storage too. All the amenities of Glass House situated in Riverfront Park. Restaurants, game time, cultural arts await. Call today. Let's take a look!
Park Place 515
This contemporary, urban, light-filled loft in Denver's most sought after Riverfront Park is situated steps away from the Millenium Bridge, 20-acre Commons Park, sports venues, nightlife, transit and everything downtown has to offer.
Bright and open with one bedroom, one and a half baths, great closet space, a large kitchen with stainless steel appliances, maple cabinets and wrap-around balcony that captures the pulse of the city. One garage parking space and personal storage unit are included.
A spectacular opportunity that affords you the exciting downtown lifestyle amidst a park-like setting. Welcome home!
Denver Real Estate Market: 4th in Nation
The Denver-area housing market posted its second consecutive year-over-year improvement in February, according to the closely watched Case-Shiller Index released yesterday. The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, showed that Denver gained 0.5 percent in the year ending in February, more than double the year-over-year gain of 0.2 percent in January.
Denver also out-performed the nation by a wide margin in February. The overall drop for the 20 metropolitan statistical areas in the index fell by 3.5 percent, with a number of cities hitting new lows. Denver was the fourth-best performing market in February, only being bested by Phoenix, Detroit and Miami. Last Vegas suffered an 8.5 percent decline in February from February 2011. Only Atlanta, with a 17.3 percent drop, showed a bigger drop.
What does this mean? Denver's certainly doing well - and we're one of the only metropolitan areas with a lack of inventory due to robust sales. Denver's overall growth from January 2000 (a pre-recession market) is +21.81%. When compared to Atlanta's -16.71%, it can be seen that this city of ours is definitely on the right track.
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