Luxury Park Front Homes Now Under Construction in Denver’s Lowry Neighborhood
All twelve of the Park Collection homes offer a unique and inviting park right outside your front door. Having a home on a park like this is nearly impossible to find in the city and at this price.”
Following the highly successful introduction of the Avenues Collection in central Denver’s coveted Lowry community, homegrown Denver homebuilding partnership, Berkeley Homes and Harvard Communities is well under way with the construction of two Park Collection models in the same Boulevard One at Lowry enclave.
Renowned for award-winning innovations in new urban, energy-efficient designs, Berkeley/Harvard’s Park Collection offers something nearly impossible to find in the city of Denver: twelve unique, park-front home sites.
The Park Collection offers both ranch and two-story homes featuring classic-contemporary designs, elegant outdoor living spaces, innovative entertainment areas and generous master suites. Add to that Berkeley/Harvard’s long-standing commitment to building to the highest energy efficiency and green building standards and it’s clear to see why buyer interest is high.
Once an annex near one of the former Lowry Air Force Base’s administration buildings, Boulevard One is tucked between Crestmoor Park and Lowry’s energetic Town Center, just south of E. First Avenue and Magnolia. Park Collection homes are thoughtfully situated along Lowry’s Northern Linear Park, a meandering pedestrian parkway with several inviting lifestyle-enhancing benefits.
Homes in the Park Collection are priced from $1 million and range between 3,400 and 4,400 finished square feet. “All twelve of the Park Collection homes offer a unique and inviting park right outside your front door,” said Berkeley CEO, Rich Laws, adding, “Having a home on a park like this is nearly impossible to find in the city and at this price.”
Berkeley/Harvard’s Park and Avenues collections place energy-efficient design high on the list of homeowner benefits. Avenues and Park Collection homes feature tankless water heating, staged-and-zoned HVAC systems, new-tech windows and insulation that is expected to deliver HERS scores below 40, which is 150 percent better than a code-built new home.
Each home will also receive four kilowatts of solar electric, in a leased arrangement with Solar City. Ranch plans include main-floor master suites. Spacious basement options and a wide selection of upgrades to personalize each home are also available. Said Laws, “Lowry has become a national model for sustainable redevelopment and one of Denver’s premier urban infill communities. It’s an honor to build in Boulevard One - Lowry’s grand finale.”
For more information about Berkeley/Harvard home collections in Boulevard One at Lowry, visit: www.liveberkeley.com/boulevard.html.
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