Lowry CO Real Estate
Once a working Air Force base in Denver, Colorado, the former Lowry Field and Lowry Air Force Base transformed into a forward-thinking, mixed-use community with a collection of homes and businesses. It has special amenities such as public art projects, an ice arena, a golf course, a ballpark, great restaurants, retail services, greenbelts and parks. The idea behind Lowry was to take an existing urban area, give it new life and avoid adding to the problem of urban sprawl. Today, that dream is now a reality. In fact, Lowry has been so successful that it received the Governor's Award for Smart Growth and has become a model community for urban-infill projects across the country.
Home, sweet Lowry homes are a collection of old-fashion architectural influences from the early 1900s including Colonial, Tudor, Denver Squares, Bungalow and Victorian homes, as well as other early 20th century eclectic revival styles with today’s modern conveniences such as larger bedrooms, walk-in closets, dishwashers, etc. What’s more, according to recent research, detached and attached home appreciation at Lowry outperformed local and metro markets between 2000 through 2007. The successful performance could be attributed to a variety of factors:
1. desirable location
2. design standards
3. high quality of life
Key factors people consider when buying a home are high quality of life coupled with convenience.
The Lowry neighborhood is close proximity to downtown Denver, Cherry Creek and Fitzsimons and is bounded between Quebec Street on the west, Eleventh Avenue on the north, Dayton Street on the east, and Alameda Avenue on the south. Read More...