Wednesday, December 21, 2011

RTD board goes ahead with hotel plan for Union Station


In an article on the DenverPost.com. by Margaret Jackson 12/20/2011 at 7:24 pm it is reported that the RTD Board approved last night moving forward with the recommendation to redevelop Denver Union Station as a hotel with a 14-0 vote.

Members of the Union Station Alliance, the group that proposed the winning use of this historical monument, agreed to let Denver resident Anne Hayes speak for them. Hayes expressed that the team took into consideration the opinions of the stakeholders in the area and that its project will generate more revenue and tax money, since the building will be used 24 hours a day, seven days a week for 365 days a year. It was also mentioned that with the hotel plan, it would become a tourist destination. Others, who chose to speak in favor of the hotel, expressed they thought the number of jobs that would be created with this plan are critical.

Floyd Jones, a downtown resident and membership director for the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce said, “We can create our own economic stimulus.”

The project must still pass approval to qualify for the needed $7.5 million dollar payment from Denver’s Landmark Preservation Commission, which is charged with preserving districts and structures that hold architectural, geographical, or historical significance within the city. In order to receive the money the National Park Service must sign off on the plan.

Union Station Alliance, the group that defeated Union Station Neighborhood Co. proposes the project will be done when the transit at the station opens in 2014. The difference was significant when it came to comparing revenue for the proposed projects. Union Station Alliance had a proposal that would plan to pay RTD 65 million over the 60-year term of the lease and generate 130 million in tax revenue.

Union Station Neighborhood Co. says its plan would generate $42.5 million for RTD over the next 60 years it leases the building from the agency but they did not disclose the estimated tax revenue it would generate.

The main difference in the two plans is that one uses the second floor for office space and the third floor for mechanical systems and the winning plan uses the two floors for 130 hotel rooms. Both plans use the great hall as a hub for transit users surrounded by retail and restaurants.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

St. Luke's Row is near completion



This property is ready to show arrange for your showing now. The project consists of the following: 10 modern townhome ranging in price from $299k-$379k, 2-3 beds/2-3 baths, all have attached 2 car garages, and no HOA fees! These Sprocket DESIGN/BUILD modern townhomes marry form and function in seamless contemporary architecture. Modern elegance exists throughout with slick Euro finishes, slab Chroma stone counters, Bosch stainless steel appliances, private balconies, great room, 2 car garage, and two spacious master suites! To download floorplans and site plan go to www.StLukesRow.com.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Young Adults Choose “Cool Cities” During Recession




In an article written by William Frye, Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program, The Brookings Institution, the Average Annual Net Domestic Migration by Metropolitan Area Among Persons Aged 25-34 according to the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey data mid decade is compared to the results at the end of the decade.

It turns out that the top gainers in 2005-2007 Riverside Metro Area, Phoenix Metro Area, and Atlanta Metro Area have changed as the destination hot spot for young adults by the end of the decade. Riverside moved from first to eighth in the nation gaining less than one quarter of the young adults it drew from the mid decade numbers. Phoenix went from second to seventeenth and Atlanta fell from third to twenty third.

It seems young people are moving less than before, it is interesting to see where those who did move chose to move. Heading the list are Denver with 10,429 new young residents, Houston with 9,366 new young adults, Dallas with 8,731, Seattle with 7,451, Austin with 7,099 new young residents, Washington D.C. with 7,044 and Portland with 6,656 new young adult residents. It can be said that the top three areas and our nation’s capital fared relatively well economically during the recession. All seven of the top gainers are places where young people can feel connected and have attachments to colleges or universities among highly educated residents.

Young people’s destinations differ sharply form the top migrant draws for all ages combined-where Phoenix, and Riverside still rank in the top three. Two on the 2008-2010 U.S. Census generated list gained tremendously in rank among young movers. Denver which moved from twelfth in 2005-2007 to first in 2008-2010 and Washington D.C. which improved from forty fourth to sixth in the same years time. There is no doubt that the current economic doldrums are leaving many young people in limbo, waiting for employment and housing opportunities to emerge. When the economy does eventually pick up, they follow the jobs, no doubt, wherever they become available. In the meantime, a select group of metro areas with modestly growing economies, and strong youth cachet, seem to be the places where they are riding out the downturn. Which makes Denver the number one destination for ages 25-34 among any where else in the nation as this decade turns.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Competing Union Station Plans Bring Different Benefits to Denver




According to an article by Margaret Jackson in the Denver Post, dated 11/13/2011 the benefits are looked at over a 60 year lease term for both proposals for Union Station.

One proposal by the Union Station Alliance is for a boutique hotel to be built. They would like to transform the station into a 130 room boutique hotel, transforming the historic building into a hotel with the train room serving as the lobby, have local and national tenants, everything from quick serve to gourmet grab and go and a 24 hour diner. They are saying it would be “Denver’s living room”. This team estimates it will pay RTD $65 million over the term, generate $130 million in taxes, and create hundreds of jobs. This project would be financed with 11.5 million in equity, 7.5 million from the sale of tax credits, 50 percent debt, and 17 million from RTD. In the article Mark Falcone, whose company Continuum Partners makes up half the Union Station Neighborhood Team, says “ To risk that community asset by putting debt on it doesn’t make sense.” Falcone, goes on to say, “that a hotel lobby would not be able to handle the volume of expected passengers to move through the station which will serve as the model transit hub.” RTD anticipates 100,000 passengers a day which is only 40,000 less than what DIA handles a day on average.

Union Station Neighborhood Co. estimates its plan to generate $42.5 million over the same 60 year term. Their proposal features a Terminal Bar at the current Amtrak ticket window, and caf├ęs, and office space on the second and third floors. This team has identified 22 million in available sourcing including 17 million from RTD, 2 million equity investment from the developer, and 3 million in tax credits that would enable the work on the project to start immediately. One of the benefits of this plan is it does not use debt to leverage the project so there is no risk of losing this public asset to any lenders. This proposal generates enough revenue to RTD to cover operating costs to the building and gives them a long term capital repair and maintenance fund,” says Frank Cannon, development director for the project.

This Denver Post article ends mentioning a quote from Bill Mosher, senior managing director and principal of Trammell Crow who is representing the Denver Union Station Project Authority. “This building is the gateway and iconic representation of the (Fas Tracks) project and it needs to be active and it needs to be fun. Having the public place being primarily the train hall and having active uses in the wing buildings on the main floor is critical. I think both proposals do that in different ways.”

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Denver Ranked as one of the nation's Healthiest Housing Markets






According to an article released from Builder Magazine, Friday November 4, 2011

Denver ranked 10 out of the 20 healthiest housing markets. Twice a year Builder magazine works with Hanley Wood Market Intelligence to put together a list based on forward projections for each areas jobs, price appreciation, population growth, and income growth. The projections come from Moody’s Economy.com.



Weakness in the oil and gas sector of the economy have caused markets that topped the list before to slip down or off the list and to be replaced by unexpected markets that have overcome job losses and foreclosures. Moody’s projects that permit activity in some of these hottest markets may double as the housing recovery sets in. Markets with military spending, major universities, and strong private sector employment are at the top of the list.



Denver comes in at a strong 10 out of all the cities in the nation. The article goes on to explain how housing recovery is booming in Denver and our permit activity is expected to almost double in 2012 and multifamily construction is on the rise in Denver as well as vacancy rates in downtown apartments have reached below 3 percent. It is also mentioned that Chase Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and New York Life all recently announced new hiring plans here.



It is great to live in Denver now but it seems the future is only brighter for Denver residents. 2011 Total building permit forecast is 3,801 to be topped by 2012 total building permit forecast of 7,548!



Check out the Builders Magazine Article: http://www.builderonline.com/local-markets/heathiest-housing-markets-mid-2011-update.aspx

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

726-730 South Ogden Street


This Charming duplex is the heart of Wash Park. Each side of the duplex contains 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1 car garage space, finished basement, exposed brick, stainless steel appliances, new paint, loads of original woodwork and architectural details along with numerous updates. A charming sitting room is attached to both master bedrooms completed by built in bookshelves. Sitting on one of the best blocks in Wash Park, with tons of mature trees, one can enjoy numerous nearby amenities on foot. Walk to Whole Foods, Wash Park, Cafe Europa, Sushi Den and much more. The roof has a 7 year certification and the furnace has been cleaned and certified. The seller has performed a pre-inspection which is available upon request.

Open House & Art Show November 4th 4:30-7pm


Come check out one of the coolest historic spaces in Lohi! 3617 Osage Street (formerly Cerrone's market and Italian Sausage) Stop by for a glass of wine, appetizers, fabulous art, and to check out a piece of LoHi History. 3965 square feet large open market area currently leased to a dance studio with attached residential for extra income listed at $599,000.

Featured artists will be:
Katrin Davis
Thomas Scharfenberg
Elena Stonaker
Ryan Pattie
Katie Wilson

St. Luke's Row is near Completion!


St. Luke's Row is near completion! Arrange for your showing now. The project consists of the following: 10 modern townhomes ranging in price from $299k-$379k, 2-3 beds/2-3 baths, all have attached 2 car garages, and no HOA fees! These Sprocket DESIGN/BUILD modern townhomes marry form and function in seamless contemporary architecture. Modern elegance exists throughout with slick Euro finishes, slab Chroma stone counters, Bosch stainless steel appliances, private balconies, great room, 2 car garage, and two spacious master suites! To download floorplans and site plan go to www.StLukesRow.com.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

New Modern Townhomes in Uptown


St. Luke's Row Homes
Listed at $299,000 - $379,000
Modern new construction Townhomes in hip uptown by Sprocket design/build. Walk to some of the best restaurants in town: Strings, Watercourse, IL Posto, Pasquinis, and Steubens just to name a few! Slick Euro finishes throughout, floor plans feature 2-3 bedrooms, 2-4 bathrooms, 1300-1501 square feet, attached 2 car garages and No HOA!! The estimated completion dates start as early as the beginning of November 2011.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

An Exquisite Work of Art


1730 West 35th Avenue
This home will mesmerize with its acute attention to every detail and abundance of natural light. A brilliant marriage of form and function, the architecture of this Lohi home will wow. Designed by Studio Completiva, and appropriately named the "5280 House", this home truly gives the sense of being on top of the world. Sweeping and unobstructed views of downtown and the mountains are served up in the great room. Other details include 11 foot ceilings, over 9300 square foot lot, Thermador appliances, custom European style flush cabinetry, sexy master suite, Carrera Marble baths, each floor has its own private outdoor space, 2.5 car garage, and extensive yard and patio space. Walk to some of the best restaurants in town, this home has it all.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Endless Opportunity!


3617 Osage Street
One of a kind opportunity in Highland! Own a piece of history! The original Cerrone's market is once again available! Property features a large open market area currently leased to a dance studio and an attached residence for extra income.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Check out Liz's new listing


3828 Tejon Street - $ 399,000


Denver Square with a presence! City Views, 3rd floor master suite with walk in closet and a 5 piece master bath! This home still has the original wood work in it. Also, slab granite, stainless steel appliances, new roof, new high efficiency furnace, 2300+ square feet up and fabulously landscaped yard.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

New Listing in Wash Park!


947 South Gilpin


Wash Park modernist Zen retreat. Floor to ceiling windows abound in this modern dwelling on one of Wash Park's best blocks. Clerestory windows, 11ft ceilings, European styled kitchen, dramatic open great room, finished basement with workout room, over sized 2 car attached garage, and thoughtfully concise design and sleek finishes, make this a home that will knock your sox off. Eat-in kitchen nook, formal dining room, dramatic great room, 4 bedrooms on second floor plus 5th bedroom in basement and 4 1/2 baths combine to make an extremely functionality floorplan.

Year Built: New Construction
Sq. Ft: 4557
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 4.5
Garage: 2 car large garage

New Listing in the Highlands!


3424 W. 31st Avenue - a few blocks from Highland Square.


Remodeled Victorian Gem on one of Highlands best blocks, slab granite, all new ss appliances, new paint inside and out, 11ft ceilings, new hardwoods on main, 3 year old roof, charm galore in this 2 story home, bedroom floor laundry, and spacious yard with irrigation plan. 4 beds, 1.5 baths, and 1,631 square feet.

Call Liz with any questions!

Monday, August 29, 2011

Sunnyside




This neighborhood has been up and coming for years but it's finally arriving as a focal point for homebuyers who want to get in on the Northwest Denver boom! Yes, it's a bit grittier than its more expensive neighbors, but it lures cutting-edge types who are willing to endure the "refinement" process rather than wait until everything has been upgraded (and potentially overpriced). Sunnyside's unusually affordable homes - lots of modest bungalows-mean inventory is low, so buyers must be prepared to act fast.

5280 Real Estate

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

New Modern Townhomes in City Park!


1890 - 1898 Race Street


Sprocket design/build modern townhomes! 3 beds, 4 baths, 2 car attached garage, slick Euro finishes, slab chroma stone counters, Bosch stainless steel appliances, private balcony, great room and two spacious master suites. The best of modern design and functionality in City Park/Uptown.
Call Liz Richards for a tour - 303-956-2962

It's a short was to all teh fun restaurants and bars on 17th Street:
Restaurants:
Thai Basil
Il Posto
D Bar
Parallel 17
Mezcal
17th Ave Grill
Stueban’s
Strings Restaurant
Pasquini’s Restaurant
WaterCourse Foods

Bars:
Thin Man
Vine Street Pub
Pete’s Lounge
Squire Lounge
Bank Bar & Grill
Irish Snug

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Vallejo Townhomes Sold Out!



Liz Richards of Kentwood City Properties has announced that Vallejo Street Townhomes in LoHi is now completely sold out prior to completion of the residential development. Richards started marketing Vallejo Street Townhomes in mid-April, an impressive achievement that also illustrates the continuing demand for new construction in several of Denver's most desirable neighborhoods.

"The wants and needs of buyers seeking new construction, coupled with modern design, is at an all time high and through the roof in the Highlands," said Richards. "When driving around Lohi, one would never guess that stringent restrictions currently exist for construction lending when seeing all the new homes being built. Clearly the demand for great rooms, closet space, open floorplans, and clean design is pushing the success of the new-build modern dwelling, even in a challenging market."


Vallejo Street Townhomes consists of 10 townhomes with up to three bedrooms and two baths, with floorplans ranging in size 1,031 to 1,786 finished square feet. Priced from $329,000 to $489,000, the townhomes offer fabulous living spaces, open floorplans, 10-13 foot ceilings, plus European style finishes and oversized windows.


For more information go to http://www.vallejostreettownhomes.com/

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

4th annual Highlands Modern Home Tour



http://www.moddenhomes.com/ which is devoted to "Everything Modern and Everything Denver" will be hosting the 4th annual Highlands Modern Home Tour. The tour takes place August 20th, 1-4 pm. The tour showcases modern new construction in the highlands. Homes on the tour will range from $499k - $889k, attached and detached dwellings. The wants and needs of buyers for new construction coupled with Modern design is through the roof in the Highlands. The Highland Modern Home tour clearly reflects this demand....even in a down market, new construction in the neighborhood continues to thrive.






Liz Richards and Deviree Vallejo are the masterminds behind, ModDenHomes.com. They literally live, eat and breath Modern AS WELL AS LIVE IN THE HIGHLANDS. They have seen and helped infill projects prosper by working with various developers in the neighborhood and promoting the rising success of the Highlands. Liz Richards has lived in Lohi for over 4 years in a new construction modern single family homes, designed and built by her husband a few blocks from popular Rootdown. Deviree Vallejo also lives in the highlands and has just completed an amazing renovation of her current home-thus also knowing the process of new construction and renovations.






The home tour will be partnering with Modern in Denver Magazine and we will have some cool giveaway items and featured Bobbi Walker from Walker Fine Art is going to be featuring some of her furniture pieces.






For a list of homes go to www.highlandshometour.com



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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

LoHi Keeps Thirving!






Neighborhoods that embrace change and development, more often than not, continue thriving despite market woes. Un-rattled by the challenging national real esate market, LoHi is hub of change and progress. Lohi hosts a variety of Modernist architecture, food worthy eateries, hip drinking establishments, and cutting edge retail. Amongst the newest retail and restaurant additions are: Amato's Ale House, Highland Tap & Burger, Park Burger, Goldyn Boutique, Linger Lounge and Mid Mod and More.








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Monday, July 18, 2011

New Listing in the Highlands!



1800 W. 32nd Ave - $889,000

Uber Mod detached single family home in the heart of Lohi! 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3149 sq. ft., fully custom kitchen, soaring ceilings, rooftop with phenomenal views of the city, private yard, two- story dinning room, two fireplaces and so much more. Call Liz for a showing - 303-956-2962



Tuesday, July 12, 2011

New Price! 219k for adorable Sunnyside Victorian



Call Liz for a showing!


1733 W. 39th Ave - Sunnyside


Cute as a button Victorian with loads of charm and character.


Details include:


2 bedrooms + study, 1 bath, 1220 sq. ft., exposed brick, spacious master suite, beautifully landscaped front and backyard, 2 car garage, slab granite and stainless steel appliances.


Walk to fabulous restaurants, bars, coffee houses, parks and the pedestrian bridge.






















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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Hot Hood - Sunnyside

Check out what 5280 Magazine has to say about Sunnyside.



"Sunnyside's Inventory of affordable homes is low, so potential buyers must act fast."







Sunnyside maybe a bit grittier than its more expensive neighbors, but it lures cutting-edge types who are willing to endure the "refinement" process rather than wait intil everything has been upgraded (and potentially oeverpriced). Sunnyside's usually affordable homes-lots of modest bungalows-mean inventory is low, so buyers must be prepared to act fast.




Some of Liz's listings in Sunnyside:
1. 4580 Clay Street - Already under contract
3. 1733 W. 39th Ave - Call Liz to see listing








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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Check out Liz's new listing


2405 Bryant Street - $499,000
True modernist design engulfs every inch of this light filled townhome. Situated on a quiet block in Jefferson Park, this stunner has sweeping downtown and mountain views from almost every window and deck. Other features include: 11ft ceilings, 8ft solid core doors, 2nd master suite, tankless hot water heater, floor to ceiling windows, 2 car garage with extra room for storage, Kenmore Professional Series stainless steel appliances, slab granite, and truly one of the best rooftop decks in town! Indeed the best of form meeting function.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Around the corner: The 7 highs of Denver's Highlands neighborhood

The Highlands are hot. Just ask your Realtor friend, Liz Richards. Highland and West Highland are some of the city's most walkable neighborhoods, with wide sidewalks along tree-lined streets and a fancy pedestrian bridge connecting them to downtown.

Of Denver's many vibrant neighborhoods, few have the posh, old-city appeal of the Highlands. With their bountiful restaurants, boutiques, bars and shops, the northwest Denver neighborhoods have grown into a commercial behemoth — and some of the most-desired places for young professionals to hang their purses after a long night of bar-hopping.

here's a short list of seven favorite corners in the Highlands:

1. West 32nd Avenue and Zuni StreetSignature business: Pasquini's Highlands, a flashy north Denver location of the venerable local pizzeria. (2400 W. 32nd Ave.)

Local aesthetic: Once a sleepy intersection, this crossroads is now hopping. The mixture of the old (dilapidated Geno's Liquor) and new (renovated Zio Romolo's Alley Bar, attached to Pasquini's) is likable, but something tells us it won't be long before this is one of the hottest corners in all of Denver.

Don't miss: The excellent Duo, a lovely and intimate fine-dining experience. (2413 W. 32nd Ave.)

2. West 36th Avenue and Tejon Street
Signature business: Lechuga's Italian Restaurant, an old-Denver staple with legendary cannolis called "Devils" and a back lounge straight out of "The Sopranos." (3609 Tejon St.)

Local aesthetic: Nestled amid this quiet residential block are a couple of hot spots for take-out — but don't overlook the 100-year-old red-brick Fire House No. 7 on the corner. Dubbed the Firehaus, the old structure is now a stylish hair salon. (3600 Tejon St.)

Don't miss: Tamales by La Casita's dining room has zero personality, but its food — namely its namesake dish — is among the best in town. (3561 Tejon St.)

To keep reading this article please go to:
http://www.denverpost.com/search/ci_18282415


Monday, June 6, 2011

Check out Liz's new listing


3649 Clay Street - $319,000


Charm galore permeates every inch of this home. Top notch remodel which includes stylish kitchen, bath, plantation shutters, and exceedingly open floorplan. Fireplace, custom touches throughout and stylishly appointed. Front porch, backyard, and interior floor plan are an entertainer's dream. Other features include: stainless steel appliances, evaporative cooler, slab countertops, and custom tile.
Call Liz to set up a showing - 303-820-2489

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Only 2 Units Left - www.Vallejostreettownhomes.com


ONLY 2 UNITS LEFT:
1. 3139 Vallejo - $329,000
2 beds, 2 bath
Great Rooftop!

2. 3145 Vallejo - $489,000
3 beds, 3 bath




http://www.lizrichardsrealestate.com/VallejoStreetTownhomes/

Monday, May 30, 2011

New Project in City Park/Uptown


Sprocket design/build modern townhomes! 3 bed, 4 baths, 2 car attached garage, slick Euro finishes, slab chroma stone counters, Bosch stainless steel appliances, private balcony, great room and two spacious master suites. The best of modern design and functionality in City Park/Uptown.

you have to check them out!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Check out my new listing!



1733 W. 39th Ave - $239,000
Cute as a button Victorian with loads of charm and character. Details include: 2 bedrooms + study, 1 bath, 1220 square feet, exposed brick, spacious master suite, beautifully landscaped front and back yard, 2 car garage, slab granite and stainless steel appliances. Walk to fabulous restaurants, bars, coffee houses , parks, and the pedestrian bridge. Enjoy the Sunnyside and Lohi neighborhoods where most every convenience is within walking distance!

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

5280 Magazine Quotes Liz - Hilltop



Hilltop:
"I think at one point many sellers truly believed they could get Malibu pricing in this area, " says Liz Richards, a broker at Kentwood City Properties. "But after an abysmal few years, we're finally seeing movement in this area, thanks to strategic price drops and pent-up demand."

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Kentwood Real Estate Celebrates 30th Anniversary in March

Kentwood Real Estate, Colorado’s Premier Real Estate Company, will celebrate its 30th anniversary on March 18, 2011. The high-profile real estate company is regarded within the real estate community as a market leader where the vision, culture and mission established by the firm’s original founders have remained unchanged for the past three decades.

“The five original founders of Kentwood Real Estate were among the greatest and most successful Realtors that have ever worked in the metro Denver area,” said Peter Niederman, Chief Executive Officer of Kentwood Real Estate. “These founders included Roger Campbell, John Burns, and Jim Nussbaum who individually and collectively shaped the real estate business in Denver as a culture...with strong defining characteristics. John Fitzpatrick became a partner a few years later and brought additional leadership and vision to the company as a co-owner for 23 years.

“What’s truly impressive after 30 years is the fact that Kentwood’s vision, mission, and high standards are the same today, which is why we continue to attract the best and brightest real estate brokers in the business,” said Niederman.

According to Niederman, the owners and managers of Kentwood Real Estate have always been focused on maintaining the quality and integrity of the brand, along with the spirited nature of the company and high business standards. Jim Theye and Dee Charifisi, co-owners of Kentwood City Properties in downtown Denver, have been exceptional leaders of Kentwood’s newest office since 1999, establishing a new record for sales production in 2010.

“Hiring the best brokers is not just about production,” said Niederman. “They must share our culture relative to how they conduct business and treat their customers. If it has our brand on it, it must be of the highest quality. Tradition is important at Kentwood, and so is our reputation within the community. The industry has changed with the advent of the Internet and other high-tech tools, but our culture, mission and vision have never changed.”

I'm so happy to be apart of Kentwood!! - Liz

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Top Firms Ranked by Closed Sales Volume Per Sales Associate

Ranking of the 25 firms in the REAL Trends500 with the highest productivity per sales associate (as measured by closed sales volume)

Sales Volume Per Sales Associate
Rank Company

1 Washington Fine Properties, LLC Washington DC $10,099,342
2 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Avon CO $9,145,789
3 Kentwood Real Estate Greenwood Village CO $7,255,255
4 Today Sotheby's International Realty San Carlos CA $6,698,942
5 Paragon Real Estate Group San Francisco CA $6,500,000
6 RE/MAX of Boulder Boulder CO $6,420,623
7 Sereno Group Real Estate Los Gatos CA $6,176,923
8 Martha Turner Properties, LP Houston TX $5,992,539
9 The Group, Inc. Real Estate Fort Collins CO $5,800,879
10 Redfin Seattle WA $5,790,238

Monday, April 25, 2011

Check out this listing


3828 Tejon Street - $399,000
This stunning Denver Square shows the best of perfectly blended form and function.
Carefully preserved original woodwork, completely remodeled kitchen and baths, and
an unbeatable location make this home a true gem. Other upgrades include a new roof,
new high efficient furnace, upgraded plumbing, upgraded electrical, central a/c,
stainless steel appliances, slab granite, and new tile throughout. With the 3rd floor mastersuite retreat, this home is a true standout in Northwest Denver.
Area: Highland, Sunnyside
Construction: Brick
Year: 1907
Bedrooms: Four
Baths: Three
Garage: Two Car Detached Garage
Square Feet: 2,365
Basement Sq.Ft.: 800
Total Sq Ft: 3,165
Heat: Gas, Forced Air
Taxes: $2,156

10 Townhomes for Sale in the Heart of Lohi!




3127 - 3145 Vallejo Street

Dramatic Townhomes in the Heart of LoHi, Denver's Hottest Neighborhood! The Vallejo Street Townhomes are a new project being built and designed by Sprocket, one of the city's leading architectural Design/Build firms! Sprocket is known for their mastery of form, function, and quality. The project consists of 10 town homes ranging from 2 to 3 bedrooms and 2 to 3 bathrooms, 1031 to 1700 square feet, and priced from $329,000 to $475,000.

Fabulous living spaces with open floor plans, 10 to 13ft high ceilings, European finishes and oversized windows. Other features include: Chroma Quartz Slab Countertops, euro style custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, attached garages, hardwood floors, prewired rooms for surround sound, fireplaces, media center, and design nuances that will knock your socks off.

The private rooftop decks are second to none: ranging from 277 to 452 square feet with jaw dropping views of Denver’s cityscape and the Rocky Mountains. These outdoor entertainment spaces are prewired for outdoor speakers, plumbed for gas, water, and built to accommodate a hot tub! No doubt that these spaces are the ultimate entertainment area.

$329,000 to $475,000
Contact Liz Richards today to schedule a showing!
Cell - 303.956.2962 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 303.956.2962

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Check out Liz's new listing



2154 Harlan Street - Edgewater - $299,000

Spacious and open 2 story home built in 2005 with tons of light on an oversized lot. Home includes a fireplace, stainless steel appliances, great room perfect for entertaining, 3 bedrooms on 2nd level, and an unbelievable back yard with a 2 tiered deck, over sized 2car garage with extra room for storage, and mature trees.
Walk to Sloan's Lake, Walker Branch Park, Sloan's Bar and Grill, Starbucks, and downtown Edgewater. A Fabulous northwest Denver alternative!

All 4 Units Sold in 1 Week!!


3120, 3130, 3132, 3134 Wyandot Street
Stunning New Construction Townhomes in Highlands

Thursday, March 24, 2011

OPEN HOUSE!


Come see me at my open house this weekend: 2115 W. 32nd Ave, #5
Saturday, March 26th from 12-2 pm.

Come see these new townhomes in the Heart of Lohi. 2 bedrooms 2.5 baths, 1037-1187 square feet, Amazing rooftop decks and/or balconies, 2 and 1car attached garages, Sleek European finishes, Downtown and mountain views, No HOA's! Energy star certified, Energy star appliances, FSC certified hardwood floors, Low E windows and doors, 95% efficient furnace, 97% efficient hot water heating, dual flow toilets, water saver faucet and tankless hot water heater.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Check out a new listing



2735 King Street: $319,000

Come see this immaculate Bungalow on a picture perfect block in the Highlands. Spacious Kitchen with 42’ inch maple cabinets and stainless steel appliances, hardwoods throughout, new windows, over sized lot, over sized 2 car garage, new carpet, new front-load washer/dryer, great light, easy flow floor-plan and a fabulous backyard! This home is an entertainer's dream and turnkey ready.

Vallejo Townhomes!


Dramatic Townhomes in the Heart of LoHi, Denver's Hottest Neighborhood! The Vallejo Street Townhomes are a new project being built and designed by Sprocket, one of the city's leading architectural Design/Build firms! Sprocket is known for their mastery of form, function, and quality. The project consists of 10 town homes ranging from 2 to 3 bedrooms and 2 to 3 bathrooms, 1031 to 1700 square feet, and priced from $329,000 to $475,000.


Fabulous living spaces with open floor plans, 10 to 13ft high ceilings, European finishes and oversized windows. Other features include: Chroma Quartz Slab Countertops, euro style custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, attached garages, hardwood floors, prewired rooms for surround sound, fireplaces, media center, and design nuances that will knock your socks off.

The private rooftop decks are second to none: ranging from 277 to 452 square feet with jaw dropping views of Denver’s cityscape and the Dramatic Townhomes in the Heart of LoHi, Denver's Hottest Neighborhood! The Vallejo Street Townhomes are a new project being built and designed by Sprocket, one of the city's leading architectural Design/Build firms! Sprocket is known for their mastery of form, function, and quality. The project consists of 10 town homes ranging from 2 to 3 bedrooms and 2 to 3 bathrooms, 1031 to 1700 square feet, and priced from $329,000 to $475,000.

Fabulous living spaces with open floor plans, 10 to 13ft high ceilings, European finishes and oversized windows. Other features include: Chroma Quartz Slab Countertops, euro style custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, attached garages, hardwood floors, prewired rooms for surround sound, fireplaces, media center, and design nuances that will knock your socks off.

The private rooftop decks are second to none: ranging from 277 to 452 square feet with jaw dropping views of Denver’s cityscape and the Rocky Mountains. These outdoor entertainment spaces are prewired for outdoor speakers, plumbed for gas, water, and built to accommodate a hot tub! No doubt that these spaces are the ultimate entertainment area.These outdoor entertainment spaces are prewired for outdoor speakers, plumbed for gas, water, and built to accommodate a hot tub! No doubt that these spaces are the ultimate entertainment area.