Koelbel prepares to sell final 5 luxury townhomes in Central Denver

Buyers who want to make Central Denver their home can take advantage of the final opportunity to buy a CityHomes at Boulevard One luxury townhome from Koelbel Urban Town Homes.

Koelbel has two townhomes from its Atlas Series available and plans to release three more soon.

“Due to a high demand for housing, Koelbel is releasing a limited number of homes at a time so we can better manage our construction timeline,” says Dana Keller, Koelbel’s vice president of sales and marketing. Join Koelbel’s interest list to stay up to date on available properties.

The available townhomes offer homebuyers out-the-door walkability to the Exchange and Boulevard One and the vibrant Lowry Town Center, plus easy access to major employment centers in downtown Denver, Cherry Creek North, and the Anschutz Medical Campus, or the Denver Tech Center.

New home details

CityHomes at Boulevard One provide homes that beautify and simplify life via comfortable spaces and smart design.

The available homes:

6920 E. Lowry Blvd.: This main level primary suite, a 3,764-square-foot end unit for $1.7 million, features a main level primary suite and provides four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, a two-car garage, and a third-floor loft with a rooftop deck.

6918 E. Lowry Blvd.:  This 2,340-square-foot interior unit for $1.2 million offers an elevator and a fourth-floor rooftop deck. It also provides two bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a two-car garage.

“Both homes are designed to appeal to an empty nester,” Keller says, “however the end unit provides enough space for a family with kids, and the interior unit with an elevator creates an ideal option to age in place.”

Walkable Boulevard One

The Exchange at Boulevard One is a 200,000-square-foot commercial mixed-use redevelopment project. The 1.5-block infill project at Lowry Boulevard and Quebec Street sits on the former Lowry Air Force Base site.

The project, which received national recognition for sustainable development, includes anchor tenants, a small-format Target, and Colorado-based specialty grocer Clark’s Market, which will open in early 2023.

Exchange tenants include restaurants Sushi Ronin, Crisp & Green, MOD Pizza, I Scream Gelato, and Logan House Coffee. Other tenants include YogaSix, Central Nails, Blue Sky Nails & Spa, Scissors & Scotch, Kiddie Academy Educational Child Care, and Chase Bank.

The Exchange also provides health services from Mountain View Pain Center, Denver Arthritis Clinic, SCL Health, and Pacific Dental Services.

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