Developer Nadine Lange is redeveloping Nine Hundrend Penn
in Denver's Governor's Park area into seven full-floor luxury residences.
The location is just a short walk to The Denver Art Museum, Clyfford Still Museum and other attractions in the Denver cultural center. Restaurants, two natural grocery stores and an 80-acre park all are less than a 10-minute walk from the building.
"It was really important to create a residence that I would want to live in; to bring together the quality of life experience, which includes quality of construction, views and indoor-outdoor living," Lange says. "My philosophy focuses on details of quality, elegance and functionality."
Each 3,000-square-foot, three-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence is fully customizable, including designer kitchens with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. Each unit will come equipped with motorized retractable glass wall systems and automatic roller shades that ope into the indoor living space and two large terraces with glass rails to optimize city and mountain views. Prices start at more than $2 million.
"Nine Hundred Penn is truly an exceptional property with appointments and design details that I have yet to see in a Denver high-rise luxury residence," says Matt McNeill, a broker with Kentwood City Properties.
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