Observatory Row Welcomes New Residents to First Building

Observatory Row, the new Row Homes in Denver’s University Hills neighborhood, is welcoming new residents to the first of six buildings, all of which are nearing the completion of construction. The general contractor for the project is K2 and the architect is Godden Sudik.  
Some of the construction work that is currently wrapping-up includes the installation of landscaping, cabinet installation, interior painting, brick installation, garage door installation and the final plumbing, mechanical and electrical trims and fixtures.
Deviree Vallejo with LivSotheby’s is inviting interested buyers to schedule a tour of the site and the popular Denver neighborhood throughout the summer.  The people who already live at Observatory Row are discovering all of the great amenities of the University Hills neighborhood.  Beyond the existing restaurants, grocery stores, theaters, boutiques and pastoral feel of the neighborhood, residents are also welcoming the new nearly two-acre park and the Junction Gourmet Pavilion.
Located at 4100 South Iliff Avenue in the Observatory Park neighborhood, Observatory Row includes 3 bedroom 3.5 bath homes ranging in size from 1,731 square feet up to 1,885 feet.  Pricing starts in the low $500,000s. Observatory Row provides a maintenance-free lifestyle in the geographic center of Denver and within walking distance of over 20 restaurants, shopping, entertainment and the Colorado Station light rail with access to the Denver Tech Center and Central Denver within 15 minutes.  
“Observatory Park and University Hills offer the convenience  of  a  central  location,  and  the  serenity  of  a  traditional  neighborhood,” said Deviree Vallejo.  “This new development is in a prime location, with large floorplans and no expense is being spared by the developer in terms of fit and finish.”
LivSotheby’s is familiar with the Observatory Row homes as it is finishing the sell out for the same developer at Perry Row at Sloans, the most successful new home community in Denver over the past two years.

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