Carefree, urban-inspired rowhome and attached home living.
Situated along either side of Lowry Boulevard and on First Avenue, residents will find a careful balance between lively streetside activity and the quiet privacy of treetop decks. Although the architecture will be decidedly contemporary, historical touchstones will peek through in the Lowry buff brick and artful landscaping.
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Koelbel Urban Homes
Count on Koelbel for a touch of imagination and a solid reputation for quality. One of Denver’s oldest family-owned development firms, Koelbel and Company created its new division specifically for the urban-focused. Their progressive housing can be found in Denver at Lower Highlands and River North, as well as at Lee Hill in North Boulder. To help promote community and synergy built around city life, work and play, Koelbel is partnering with Denver architect Neo Studio to craft 35 two- and three-story rowhomes, some with main floor masters, along Lowry Boulevard.
Homes in the Matador series range from 2,296 to 2,824 square feet and start in the mid-$800s. Depending on the model, homes have two to four bedrooms, lofts and rooftop decks. Energy efficiency is a central feature, and solar is standard in every KUH CityHome.
Koelbel’s Orion series features maintenance-free homes with two to four bedrooms, open floor plans, lofts and treetop decks. Approximately 2,000 square feet of modern luxury starting in the $600s. Check out Orion renderings and floor plans at KUHatboulevardone.com.
For more information, stop by the model at 84 North Oneida Court Sunday & Monday, 12 to 5 pm, Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm. Read more about CityHomes at Boulevard One in Denver Real Estate Watch.
Construction of 14 rowhomes on E. Archer Drive is underway. These two- and three-bedroom homes are anticipated to be affordably priced from $158,000 to $179,000. Occupancy is scheduled for the first quarter of 2020 and will be determined via lottery.
Interested buyers can visit coloradoclt.org/do-i-qualify/ to view affordable housing requirements, and then submit the questionnaire at coloradoclt.org/interested-homebuyer-questionairre/. Qualified candidates will be invited to group informational meetings starting in late February where they’ll learn more about site plans, the affordable housing program and instructions on entering the lottery.
The development is spearheaded by the Colorado Community Land Trust, a nonprofit organization founded in 2002 by the Lowry Redevelopment Authority with the mission of creating, and preserving in perpetuity, affordable home ownership opportunities for moderate income individuals and families living in metro Denver. This new development raises the number of affordable homes in Lowry to 200.