Locally owned and operated Denver area developer, Highland Development Company (HDC), will break ground this spring on its innovative new modular condo building in Uptown Denver, The Nightingale, named in honor of Florence Nightingale.
“I am so excited to bring an innovative and affordable housing option to the Denver market, and to introduce our company vision, which embraces community at its core value,” said President of HDC, Paul Malone, adding, “Our thoughtful streamlined interior design and customizable options, give our customers the opportunity to live in contemporary urban luxury at an attainable price in Uptown.”
Designed with a modern and minimalist aesthetic, the condos are perfect for big city dwellers accustomed to simple spaces, for those tired of paying high dollar rent, and those looking for a second home with lock and leave abilities.
Featuring modern studio, one, and two bedrooms condos, The Nightingale has been designed to align with the overarching themes of the neighborhood and will appeal to and meet the needs of a diverse group of buyers. With homes from 375 to 1,000 square feet, The Nightingale offers unique designs with many exciting options.
“From the sophisticated finishes to the optimally designed cabinetry, every detail at The Nightingale is selected to craft the ideal home for your modern life. This focus on intentional design extends to the building’s modular construction. By constructing complete units in an off-site location and then assembling the building over the course of a few months, we can achieve new levels of efficiency and deliver quality, lasting homes that are tastefully modern and supremely functional,” said Malone.
“We are disrupting traditional real estate development and homebuilding. Our team is constantly working to find creative solutions to our city’s housing challenges. We pinpoint the place where people want to live and innovate attainable communities for now and for the future. With that in mind, we couldn’t be more excited about the Nightingale!”
Priced from the mid $200s, pre-sales for The Nightingale are scheduled for Saturday, February 29 and Sunday, March 1 from noon to 4pm at HDC’s corporate office next to the building site.
Photo courtesy of HDC