There’s something to said about living in an area of Denver with so much history. The area called ‘The Golden Triangle’ located in the Civic Center neighborhood is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Denver with many bungalows and single family homes being built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Starting in the 1990s, due to the ever-growing Civic Center area in both residential homes and governmental buildings, not to mention the Central Library, the neighborhood began transforming into a fully functional neighborhood with the addition of new condominium and loft developments. There were many old supply buildings, vacant lots and garages in the area that were taken and transformed into beautiful living and working environments.
I have the pleasure of listing one such unit in the Golden Triangle area at the Grand Cherokee Lofts. Built back in 1998 by the renowned Zeppelin Group located in Denver, these beautiful one-of-a-kind lofts were developed from a vacant lot up. Made up of a bottom level with three stories of 36 lofts above, these beautiful lofts residences are home to an art gallery, a graphic design business and of course, all the wonderful residents who live there.
These units do not come on the market often because people love the building and love the area. So when I got the call about to help list one of the Grand Cherokee units, I jumped at the chance to help someone find this beautiful gem to call their own.
Unit #401 is 1529 Sqft with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms overlooking mountain and city line views. It's two levels and offers ample light, ultra tall ceilings with huge windows, 2 parking spaces plus a storage locker and updated bathrooms (always a bonus!). The unit has an industrial feel to it mixed with the softness of the wood floors and warm painted walls.
Sound like something you would be interested in? Then make sure to give me a call at 303.408.2600 today so we can set up a time for you to tour this stunning unit that is sure to not be on the market long.
Finding the perfect neighborhood is key, finding the best home is ideal, and finding the two together? Well, you just can’t ask for much more than that.