Many luxury consumers have purchased their dream home in the past 24 months and have also purchased second and third homes. They may be content to enjoy those homes for now, and step aside from trading real estate while they see how the economic transition shakes out. Luxury sellers will need to carefully present their homes as beautiful spaces and price them more aggressively than they would have in 2021. Time on market will increase. The luxury market waxes and wanes like any market, but not always in tangent with mid- and entry-level home markets. Luxury will always have a place, and luxury consumers love beautiful statement homes.
At Kentwood over the past two years we’ve seen an average of 20-25% of our sales be cash, month in and month out. These are buyers who have big jobs and saved, inherited wealth or traded equities for a real estate investment. We don’t anticipate this to dramatically change for two reasons: if price increases flatten or decline, buyers will want to “buy the dip” knowing that long term, real estate will remain a good investment; and as the equities markets correct, more people are cashing out and will want a place to invest that cash.
Luxury consumers’ demands have increased since the pandemic. They expect the highest service and immediate attention. Service providers in the luxury space who anticipate customers’ needs and address them proactively will create long-term relationships and loyalty.
Luxury is a large amount of sales volume, but it’s a smaller percentage of annual sales. While we anticipate the real estate markets to cease being such an insane buyer’s market, we don’t anticipate a pendulum swing over the next few months to be an extreme buyers’ market. We anticipate a shift to more balance, more time on market (one weekend was uncomfortably fast for buyers to make a decision) and more negotiating from both sides.
From Dierk Herbermann:
While there may be a shift in the luxury market in most other major metros, we are not seeing that impact in the Denver Metro region yet. Through May we have closed 33% more luxury listings (over $1 million) with an increase of price per square foot of 8.7% and sales prices at an average of 5.2% over the list price.
While it is too early to tell what true impact the increased mortgage rates will have on the luxury market looking at the first half of June where 104 new listings over $1.8 million have hit the market, over half of those listings are already under contract (66). We are starting to see some price reductions, but of the 75 luxury listings (over $1.8 million) that have closed since June 1, only 10 of those were at a price below the list price.
Colorado, and the Denver Metro market in particular, continue to experience an influx of companies from California, New York, and Europe looking for our educated and talented workforce, relatively affordability and lifestyle. As was the case during the 2007-8 recession, this will help to insulate the Denver Metro Area from the downward housing pressures that were experienced in most of the U.S. While there will be some decrease in demand and potential price corrections in certain areas, we feel that Colorado will continue to be a strong luxury market.
Luxury Real Estate in the Denver Metro Area Increased Over 2020 – Levels in 2021
The housing market in Colorado reached historic numbers regarding the sale price of homes and inventory has dwindled since the real estate boom in 2020 ignited by the pandemic.
New year-end market reports and year-end luxury reports comparing 2021 real estate performance to 2020’s has been released. The following entails Kentwood’s synopsis of year-end market trends in the Denver Metro Area.
In 2021, the average sale price for a single-family home in the Denver Metro Area increased by 19 percent to an average of $682,489. Single-attached homes also saw a similar price increase of 14.3%, increasing the average sale price to $428,825. Although it looked like the Denver Metro real estate market was going to slow down in comparison to the boom of 2020, the overall listings closed in the calendar year increased by 0.3 percent.
The Luxury Market of the Denver Metro area continues to show strength through an increase in home buying. The number of luxury properties sold in the Denver Metro area saw a drastic increase of 59.9 percent in 2021 compared to 2020 reaching a total of 4,200 homes. The average sale price of high-end listings in the area increased by 3.7 percent, totaling the average sale price of luxury homes to $1,613,563. The increase in properties sold and a marginal increase in average sale price contributed to a grand 65.7 percent increase in total dollar volume. Indicating that luxury real estate properties in the Denver Metro area accumulated $6,776,964,868 in 2021.
Multiple Denver Metro neighborhoods saw significant improvements in buying activity in 2021. The Huntington Trails/Lexington neighborhood had the largest percent incense in luxury properties sold over 2021 at 66.7 percent. The city of Denver sold 2,051 luxury homes in 2021, a 65.9 percent increase over 2020 and the most in Denver Metro. Washington Park East/Central neighborhood had the second-highest number of luxury real estate sales, totaling 146 homes sold in 2021.
The demand for homes in the Denver Metro area combined with low inventory levels contributed to the appreciation of average sale prices in many neighborhoods. The average sale price for luxury properties in the Polo Reserve neighborhood increased by 40.7 percent in 2021, averaging $2,899,375. The Cherry Hills Village homes sitting on more than one acre of land had the highest average sale price, at $4,264,858. Similarly, homes in Greenwood Village West sitting on more than one acre of land appreciated by 36.8 percent, closing at $3,413,539 on average. Conversely, luxury homes in the Mayfair/Montclair neighborhood had the lowest average sale price of 2021. Homes in this neighborhood closed at an average of $1,352,158.
One big takeaway beyond the increase in the number of luxury properties sold and the average sale price of those homes is the average amount of days on the market. Of the 20 neighborhoods that were included in the year-end luxury report, only two neighborhoods had properties that stayed on the market longer in 2021 compared to 2020. In the Denver Metro area luxury homes remained on the market for an average of 27 days in 2021. A 49.1 percent decrease compared to 2020. The luxury properties in the city of Denver stayed on the market for an average of 29 days, a 31 percent decrease from 2020.
The strength of the real estate market in 2021 is a good indicator that this year may also yield some great opportunities for buyers and sellers looking for their dream home in Colorado.
The past week, Kentwood Real Estate was honored to participate in the prestigious Reimagine Conference hosted by LeadingRe at the Luxe Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas. And wow, what an incredible experience it was! Kentwood’s Managing Broker at our Cherry Creek office, Brandon Brennick, and top-producing broker Lori Pace, participated in two amazing panels for diversity and competition, respectively. FYI, Lori is a member of Kentwood’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion counsel. Also, Jason Exley, Director of Relocation and Business Development, helped lead a panel on ‘Recalibrating Relocation in the COVID Era.’ So proud of our fantastic team and their participation in this great conference!
Featured Conference Topic: Recalibrating Relocation In the Covid Era
Panel held by Jason Exley of Kentwood Real Estate:
Relocation departments shifted to focus on lead business during COVID to top aggregators such as OpCity, Rocket Homes, HomeStory, etc., with traditional corporate relocations down. Coming out of COVID with inventory slim, one brokerage introduced a partnership with Ribbon, which converts a conventional buyer to an all-cash offer, buyers can compete and win. The virtual environment we were all thrown into during COVID has led to higher engagement among agents at Relocation trainings and weekly sales meetings. Also, By creating a more enhanced experience and upfront conversation via video/conversation with relocating clients, we are experiencing higher conversion rates.
Featured Conference Topic: Fair Housing, Diversity and Inclusion
Panel held by Lori Pace of Kentwood Real Estate:
The vitality of a brokerage’s future success will be contingent on how well agents and brokerages can respond to the changing circumstances of the world that impact global relationships. COVID -19 and social unrest due to the death of George Floyd turned the world upside down; meanwhile, real estate was declared an essential business.
Today, we face a lack of tools, resources, and leaders to ensure past real estate policies, laws, and business practices are inclusive and multicultural in creating positive solutions. While at the conference, it was the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd. Buyers, sellers, brokers, owners, and agents representing neighborhoods, businesses, and organizations can no longer feel comfortable with the dehumanization and perceived threat of a black man in a community that has been neglected due to redlining.
Redlining was used in our industry systematically to uphold racist philosophies and principles. LeadingRE recognized the need to do more than talk about inclusion but instead invest in inclusion by launching a Diversity Difference Experience program held in August.
Featured Conference Topic: Competing Against the New Competition
Panel held by Brandon Brennick of Kentwood Real Estate:
Now, more than ever, relationships matter! Clients are ready for eyeball time with their agents, and therefore, getting back in person with our clients is key. Competing against new competition requires being purpose-driven. Most agents are operating with a transactional model now; however, having a business plan that focuses on intention has proven to be a more successful and profitable route.
Most agents (70-80%) are buyer-centric, which contributes to the scarcity of inventory – the market is telling them they can’t get listings, but there are people out there ready to sell. They just don’t know how to do it. A more listing-centric strategy is key to more inventory. Approximately 14-23 million American will move in the next 1-5 years – 52% more than 2 hours away and 42% more than 4 hours away.
Why Should You Get to Know LeadingRE?
Over two decades ago, 50 of the top brokerage firms in the United States launched a network now known as Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® (LeadingRE). Today, LeadingRe has over 550 firms and 150,000 sales associates, operating in 70 countries. LeadingRE’s mantra is “Making the Best Brokerages Better.” LeadingRE accomplishes this by providing these top local brands with world-class business resources and national and global connections.
They must know, then, that the above-named gentleman whenever he was at leisure (which was mostly all the year round) gave himself up to reading books of chivalry with such ardour and avidity that he almost entirely neglected the pursuit of his field-sports, and even the management of his property; and to such a pitch did his eagerness and infatuation go that he sold many an acre of tillageland to buy books of chivalry to read, and brought home as many of them as he could get.
Over two decades ago, 50 of the top brokerage firms in the United States launched a network now known as Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® (LeadingRE).Over two decades ago, 50 of the top brokerage firms in the United States launched a network now known as Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® (LeadingRE). Kentwood Real Estate is not only honored to be a part of LeadingRE but grateful to be featured at their Reimagine Conference this past week.
Kentwood’s Involvement with Charities and Local Businesses
Thought leadership is our passion at Kentwood; however, we go beyond the real estate industry by supporting local charities and businesses to build a stronger local community. In today’s challenging times, we must lift each other up, now, more than ever. Kentwood agents and staff support over 170 local, national, and international non-profit organizations. Rooted in the Colorado economy, we are delighted to support local businesses through numerous civic and community endeavors, participating in regional events, and sitting on dozens of committees and boards.
Congratulations to our Kentwood Denver Metro Association of Realtors Honorees
At Kentwood Real Estate we thrive on excelling at our profession, at serving our clients and community and being at the top of our game. One of our local Realtor Associations, the Denver Metro Association, honors top producers each year at their annual Excellence Awards.
This year we had 108, over half of our Denver brokers, qualify in one of the award categories.
We celebrate everyone on this list for their outstanding 2020 production and encourage you to reach out to any Kentwood broker for unparalleled service. Find all Kentwood brokers here.
Diamond | $40 Million+, 100+ Sides:
Kevin Garrett & Matthew McNeill
Denver’s Top Team: Wendy Glazer, Sana Wood, Jacci Geiger, Mary Jones
Neir Team: Stacy Neir, Alex Neir, Laura Bohan Fuller
Titanium | $30-$3.9 Million, 85-99 Sides:
Sarah Clark & Kayla Schmitz
Pam Coakley & Elizabeth Sacerdoti
Doug Hutchins & Leslie Monaco
Hotz Group: Loren (Larry) Hotz, Elizabeth Hotz, Meredith Hotz, Andrea Holeso
Kruse/Nussbaum Team: Steven Kruse, Sandra Kruse, Staci Burns, Jim Nussbaum
theMOVEgroup: Allison Smookler, Gregory Yoshida, Zach Gilbert, Ron Smookler
Platinum | $20-$29.9 Million, 70-84 Sides:
Patty Anton & Greg Card
Tom Gross & Britt Armstrong
Brian Harris & Jamie Harris
Bob Kelly & Sean Kelly
Alan Larson & Todd Landgrave
Ann Lenane & Angela Beldy
Roy Lopez & Jonathan Lopez
Greg Margheim & Kelly Sophinos
Dwell Colorado: Martha Potter-Goldstein, Amy Hulsey, Brian Rosen
Written by Gretchen Rosenberg, President and CEO of Kentwood Real Estate
In Colorado’s overheated real estate markets, one notable sector that has benefitted from our current frenzied climate is the luxury sector. Two years ago, homes over $1 million were plentiful and sellers often had to reduce their price to get an offer. Our supply shortage was primarily in the mid-to-low-tier price ranges. At the time, we generally saw 4-6 months of inventory on the high end, providing buyers time to make their decision.
As people today are focusing on a revised set of housing needs, many are turning to the upscale housing sector for the space and features that will fit a new lifestyle. In a recent Luxury Market Report, the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing (ILHM) said:
“In a snapshot of 2020, despite the devasting effects of the coronavirus pandemic, the luxury real estate market has seen one of its strongest years since 2008. In comparison to experts’ predictions in early 2020, it is remarkable how significant demands for property type, location, and amenity preferences have changed amid the pandemic.”
Our Colorado lifestyle has provided those seeking Denver real estate and Fort Collins real estate with a new opportunity to work from home and a growing interest in having extra space for things like virtual school, working out, and a designer kitchen to cook more meals at home. The desire to own a home that can meet these needs continues to increase. Additionally, record-low mortgage rates are creating opportunities for homebuyers to stretch their legs into higher price points or even expand their real estate portfolios. The ILHM report continues to say:
“Experts believe that the demand for exclusive residential properties outside the metropolitan areas will continue well into 2021; even with the introduction of vaccines, the pandemic is far from over.
For those who have moved to the suburbs and beyond, moving back to the city full time is unlikely while the work from home trend remains. Many of these affluent homeowners are now making their secondary properties their primary residences for the foreseeable future.”
If you’re interested in buying a home this year, it’s helpful to understand that our Colorado luxury home market is finding buyer interest nearly as intently as our mid-tier market is. Be prepared to put your best foot forward when making an offer. Sellers should look to maximize their pricing by placing effort on the prepping and staging of the residence prior to putting it on the open market.
Javier Vivas, Director of Economic Research at realtor.com, notes:
“Interestingly, markets, where new supply is improving the fastest, tend to be higher priced than those that have yet to see improvement, suggesting sellers are more active in the more expensive markets.”
Good to Know
With rates still bouncing along the bottom, it’s good to know that you can buy more by leveraging your purchase. If you’re hoping to buy the luxury home of your dreams, this could be the year you achieve that goal.
At Kentwood Real Estate we’re especially equipped to handle the purchase and sale of any luxury residence along the Front Range. We stand ready to help guide you through the complexities of our current real estate markets. Search for your next home at Kentwood.com and let us know how we can help!
It takes a well-honed skill set to manage the purchase or sale of a luxury property. Whether that’s a significant residence or a Class A Building. Marketing, negotiations, and the unique needs of luxury clientele require an aesthetic sensibility that comes from experience and strong negotiating skills.
2. Company Backing / Resources
Does the brand your broker has chosen to affiliate with resonate with a luxury clientele? At Kentwood Real Estate we like to reinforce that we’re a luxury brand for all. Everyone, in every price range and area, receives luxury treatment. Our brand is recognized as consequential because we take good care of our clients and we’re affiliated with some of the top national and international luxury networks, like Luxury Portfolio International, Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate, and Berkshire Hathaway’s HomeServices of America.
If you’re a luxury client, unless you’re a celebrity wanting to leverage that for a sale, you likely want discretion. Brokers at companies like Kentwood understand that. We’ve worked with sports agents, attorneys representing high profile clientele, we’ve worked under NDA. We know how to get the job done and how to make it about YOU, the client, and not about our notoriety. Not every broker out there wants to be on Million Dollar Listing or touting their chops publicly. Many remain focused on doing the best job they can for their clients. Our brokers are rewarded for their discretion by the referrals of their clients, not by 15 minutes of fame.
4. Photography & Staging
High-end photography, professional staging, geo-marketing, video, drone photography. These are all tools in the tool kit of an experienced luxury broker. They have the “rolodex” of names of the best practitioners in their chosen affiliated fields to get visually stunning results. It’s not acceptable to take photos on a camera phone at any price point, but especially not in the luxury markets.
Coco Chanel famously said, “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.” Luxury is in the eye of the beholder and Kentwood brokers excel at treating all clientele as if they are high-end.
A year ago, additional space and extra amenities had a very different feel for homebuyers. Today, the health crisis has brought to light how valuable more square footage and carefully designed floorplans can be. Home offices, multi-purpose rooms, gyms, and theaters are becoming more popular, and some buyers are finding the space they need for these upgrades in the Colorado luxury market.
The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing (ILHM) explains:
“With quarantine concerns still top of mind for many luxury buyers, we see large, sprawling estates making their comeback.
For instance, the last six months have seen a resurgence in the buying of mega mansions and estate-size homes – specifically properties that offer space (both inside and outside), separate home offices, gyms, and private amenities such as swimming pools, yoga studios, and recreation rooms.”
This was not the case at this time last year, as the most recent Luxury Market Report from ILHM emphasizes:
“Exactly one year ago, we reported that demand for large properties, mega mansions, private estates, and luxury ranches had reduced significantly over the previous few years; especially from the younger generation of luxury property buyers.”
For today’s buyers looking for larger homes, steady increases in equity might be what makes a move possible. Leveraging home equity makes it easier to afford the down payment on a luxury home, and current low-interest rates are making mortgage payments more affordable than they have been in years. The report from ILHM also notes:
“Luxury real estate prices may continue to strengthen further into the third quarter, as the affluent continue to see large investment returns from the currently strong stock market.
Coupled with the low-interest rates, the policies granting (and insisting) on working from home implemented by many employers, and the concerns of the pandemic, all translate to the affluent increasingly trading in their city lifestyle for a home that has it all.”
Clearly, today’s strong gains in home equity paired with record-low interest rates make fall a great time to move up into the luxury market to meet those changing needs.
If you’re ready to gain some breathing room in a larger home, let’s connect so you have the guidance you need to find more space in the luxury home market. Our Kentwood brokers are experts in the luxury market and are here to help you find the perfect home.
Kentwood Real Estate is pleased to announce the residences that were sold by Kentwood Brokers in August priced over $2,000,000. The listings and sales had a total sales volume of over $44,000,000.
“Our Brokers are passionate about real estate and inspiring people to take the next steps in their life journey,” said Gretchen Rosenberg, President and CEO of Kentwood Real Estate. “We’re rooted Colorado; in the belief that we accomplish more together. The exceptional real estate expertise of our Brokers has continued to position our brand as the preeminent source for luxury real estate in Colorado for four decades.”
The significant sales in the month of August for Kentwood Real Estate are as follows:
Kentwood Broker Associates Gina Lorenzen and Linda Hantman represented the seller of a five-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 7,818-square-foot home in Cherry Hills Village that sold for $4,695,000. Residing on two private acres near Cherry Hills Country Club, this magnificent residence is surrounded by lush grounds with a pond. The whitewashed brick exterior is accentuated by a slate roof and iron balconies. At the heart of the home is an open-plan great room with double-height beamed ceilings and professional-grade chef’s kitchen. The upper loft is flanked by four en suite bedrooms, including a private master suite with a sitting room, balcony, walk-in closet, and spa-like bath. The fifth en suite is found in the lower level along with the recreation room and wine cellar. This home highlights exceptional Colorado living.
Kentwood Broker Associate Karen Brinckerhoff represented the seller of a five-bedroom, six-bathroom, 7,040-square-foot home in Littleton that sold for $3,800,000. The property has sweeping views through every window of the mountains, red rocks, meadows, wildlife, and city. The completely renovated interior, designed by the award-winning architect from RKD, Jack Snow, features a gourmet kitchen, luxurious master suite, and five-piece master bath with a steam shower. Positioned on 13.51 acres of pristine landscape that is enhanced by the mountain backdrop, this equestrian estate is equipped with a three-stall two-story barn with a tack room, equestrian riding arena, and fenced pasture. Truly a Colorado dream home in the perfect location close to everything.
Kentwood Broker Associate Gina Lorenzen represented the seller of a three-bedroom, four-bathroom, 6,521-square-foot home at Hilltop’s highest point on Cranmer Park that sold for $3,500,000. The iconic contemporary-designed, custom-built home on a rare, expansive 26,500 square-foot lot is one of the most significant residences in Denver. The original design was by award-winning New York architect, Michael Gabellini. The sleek and modern interiors feature an extensive open living area and study/library surrounded by expanses of glass, creating a bright, airy space with stunning views of the Front Range. Designed for sophisticated entertaining and comfortable living, the interior has soaring ceilings, four impressive fireplaces, and magnificent wall spaces to accommodate substantial artwork. An enviable location with unrivaled views – the home is a true modern masterpiece.
Kentwood Broker Associates Tim Colleran and Whitney Harris represented the seller and Broker Associates Brandon Brennick and Anna Brady represented the buyer of a five-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 5,661-square-foot home in the heart of Belcaro in Denver that sold for $2,580,000. The stunning contemporary home features sleek and sophisticated finishes throughout the open concept floorplan, including a floor-to-ceiling marble double-sided fireplace between the dining and front sitting rooms. The luxurious master suite offers a fireplace, relaxing sitting area, a private balcony, and a spa-like bath. This is a true Belcaro gem.
Kentwood Broker Associates Kelly Sophinos and Greg Margheim represented the seller of a six-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 8,682-square-foot home in Greenwood Village that sold for $2,575,000. The open beam architecture and European-designed custom two-story home is situated on almost one acre with gorgeous mountain views.
Kentwood Broker Associates Patty Ryan Anton and Greg Card represented the seller of a four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,472-square-foot home in Washington Park that sold for $2,444,000. The Monterey style-home is surrounded by nature and is crisp and bright throughout. The main focus in this wide-open floor-plan is gazing out through wall-to-wall sliding glass doors to the massive patio overlooking Washington Park.
Kentwood Broker Associate Christy Owen represented the seller and Kentwood Broker Associate Jim Rhye represented the buyer of a four-bedroom, five-bathroom 4,406-square-foot home in the Country Club neighborhood of Denver that sold for $2,375,000. The classic two-story, red-brick Georgian home, is sunny and open with a charming sunroom opening to an awning-covered terrace outside. The outdoor space features a large patio with wonderful indoor-outdoor living and entertaining elements.
Kentwood Broker Associate Berenice Bejarano represented the seller of a five-bedroom, six-bath, 6,123-square-foot home in the historic Denver Country Club community of Denver that sold for $2,300,000. The skylights throughout the home create a light-filled interior. The open floor plan offers the perfect flow, and includes three fireplaces, charming finishes, an expansive master bedroom, and a walk-out basement with its own kitchenette and washroom, creating a private guest suite. The large backyard has a pool, built-in barbeque, and jacuzzi – offering exceptional outdoor living.
Kentwood Broker Associates Roy Lopez and Jonathan Lopez represented the seller of a six-bedroom, six-bath, 6,740-square-foot home in Greenwood Village that sold for $2,100,000. The stunning remodeled home in The Preserve is a rare property with great outdoor living amenities. Situated at the end of a cul-de-sac and with gorgeous curb appeal, the new front-entry door opens up to a grand foyer with its soaring ceilings. The family room has an impressive stone wall fireplace, the stylish dining room is connected to the butler’s pantry and wine chiller, and there is an outdoor gourmet kitchen with a refrigerated beer tap, Kalamazoo grill, pizza oven and split smoker – perfect for fabulous dining experiences.
Kentwood Broker Associates Bryan Uhl and Kris Uhl represented the seller of a four-bedroom, five-bathroom, 4,673-square-foot two-story brick home in the heart of Old Crestmoor in Denver that sold for $2,045,000. The beautiful home features formal living and dining rooms coupled with a wonderful flow for entertaining – amazing windows and natural light throughout. The chef’s kitchen boasts Quartzite and Silestone countertops and opens to a large family room with beautiful antique reclaimed pine flooring and an oversized granite hearth with wood burning fireplace. There is also a private master suite with French doors opening to a large deck overlooking the professionally landscaped park-like backyard.
Kentwood Real Estate also represented the buyers of four luxury homes that sold in August as follows:
Kentwood Broker Associate Allison Craig represented the buyer of a home in Denver’s Cranmer Park neighborhood that closed for $2,025,000.
Notably, in 2019, Kentwood Real Estate represented four of the top 10 highest-priced home sales in metro Denver, more than any other brokerage in the top 10, according to REColorado data. To learn more about Kentwood Real Estate and our available listings, visit www.Kentwood.com.
Kentwood Real Estate broker, Gina Lorenzen, listed and sold this custom-built home located at Hilltop’s highest point on Cranmer Park. This home was designed by award-winning New York architect, Michael Gabellini.
Check out the article on Denver Business Journal to learn more about the history of this home, and Ginny Williams — the late art collector and philanthropist who previously owned it.
Listed by Sandy Weigand and Chuck Gargotto 1 Polo Club Lane has been listed at $8.95M. The owners spared no expense in entirely rebuilding and renovating this 5-bedroom, 7-bath residence to create a stunning transitional Beverly Hills style designer jewel. With inspiring indoor and outdoor spaces everywhere, clean modern lines blend harmoniously with tradition throughout the property.
Read more about this incredible property on the Denver Business Journal site by clicking here!