With all the apartments in Denver, why choose Boulevard One?

Let’s start with Lowry – an award-winning urban community that’s chock full of entertainment, restaurants and shopping just a short walk from your front door. Far from an isolated complex, Boulevard One apartments are front and center in a vibrant mixed-use neighborhood, where you can stroll to a specialty grocer, café and coffee shop in your slippers. Explore walking trails and bike paths that lead to community parks, interesting art and the greater Lowry neighborhood. Downtown Denver and shopping in Cherry Creek are easy commutes by transit, car share or vehicle.

Brand new studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom Boulevard One apartments bring you smart, flexible floor plans that play off Lowry’s good looks and sustainability. At Boulevard One, you’ll live large, in a comfortable, welcoming neighborhood.

Find out about floor plans and leasing by contacting developers directly.

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A fully integrated development, construction and property management company, Embrey specializes in multifamily and commercial projects. This award-wining firm will build and manage a gateway project on Quebec Street south of Lowry Boulevard. The luxury community will feature 347 apartments, two large outdoor courtyards, swimming pools and a rooftop “sky deck” for gatherings. Care was taken to vary the architectural materials, break up building massing and soften edges with enhanced landscaping. Buildings on Quebec Street will be three stories tall, stepping back to four stories.

Contact Amy Lassers at alassers@embreydc.com or at 210.804.5206
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Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver and Volunteers of America

The Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver and Volunteers of America will build, own and manage a 72-unit, mixed-income apartment community at Niagara Street and Archer Place. The four-story building will contain a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, with a community room, computer center and on-site play area. The sustainable building will be designed by Parikh Stevens Architects, which has designed apartment and mixed-use properties in LoDo, RiNo and Cherry Creek.

Boulevard One apartments will meet Enterprise Green Communities standards, with a green roof and solar arrays. Monthly rents will be based on 30 to 60 percent of area median Income, or approximately $20,700 to $41,460 for a household of three.

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Contact John Tamborski, Volunteers of America, at 303.297.0408, ext. 3332, or at jtamborski@voacolorado.org

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