During the Democratic National Convention, nationwide attention focused on the growing city of Denver. I recently covered a converted loft in the city
as an estate of the day. The city also has its first luxury condo tower built in the central business district in more than 25 years. The 32-story One Lincoln Park
will open to residents on September 22. All residences have terraces, kitchens with slab stone countertops, hardwood floors, 10-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. Amenities in the building include valet services, a guest suite and the Owner's Club which includes a gourmet kitchen, boardroom, terrace, infinity pool, fitness center and Pilates studio on the seventh floor.
In this time of condo dismay that has gripped the entire country and especially cities of moderate size, this one has sold pretty briskly. The Rocky Mountain News says
that 144 of the 180 units in the $140 million project have sold. The remaining units range in size from 882 square feet to 4,330 square feet and are priced from $375,000 to $2.574 million.