Perry Row exterior
Perry Row at Sloans, new row homes located in the Sloans Lake District at 16th and Perry Street, is enjoying strong sales and on-time construction, just four months after its groundbreaking. The project has sold 17 homes, worth over $10 million, ranging in price from the mid-$400,000s to over $800,000. Construction is keeping pace with the sales effort, with the development’s foundation poured, and framing underway. Sprocket Design Build is serving as the architect and contractor.
“Perry Row is meeting the demand of people who are looking to own a residence, rather than rent an apartment,” said Liz Richards of Kentwood City Properties. “Perry Row at Sloans offers ownership into a manicured, highly walkable, new neighborhood, just one block to the park and three blocks to light rail.”
The row homes are located in the Sloans district (a LEED certified district, for its sustainability practices and attributes), at the former St. Anthony Hospital site, and are listed exclusively by Deviree Vallejo and Liz Richards of Kentwood City Properties. These are the only townhomes currently for sale in the new district. Base prices range from the mid $400,000s to over $800,000, with floorplans ranging in size from approximately 1,400 to 2,200 finished square feet. Designed by Sprocket Design-Build, the residences will feature two car garages, rooftop decks and a Brownstone-style architecture. Owners will enjoy large open concept floor plans along with designer quality finishes and appliances.
Perry Row interior
New retail venues slated for the new Sloans district include Highland Tap and Burger, Starbucks, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, and numerous other restaurants to come. The developers are attracting local restaurateurs and chefs to the venue that can meet the high demand in the Sloans Lake neighborhood. The 19-acre site will be a master-planned community located just 10 minutes west of downtown Denver and one mile from I-25. Perry Row is one block south of Sloan’s Lake Park, featuring a three mile jogging trail, the city’s largest lake with a marina and water sport activities, and plentiful open space. The Perry Row site is five blocks north of the Perry Street Light Rail Station, which is a short ride to Union Station, and will provide easy access to DIA next month.
Perry Row at Sloans is well suited for both empty nesters and young professionals. The emerging Sloans district is close to the Highlands neighborhood without the urban hassle. Residents will enjoy views of Sloans Lake, the Rocky Mountains, and downtown Denver. The neighborhoods around Sloans are experiencing a significant transformation with new homes, boutiques and restaurants in Highlands, Edgewater and Jefferson Park.
More information on the Sloans district is available online at sloansdenver.com. To learn more about Perry Row at Sloans please visit perryrowatsloans.com and contact Deviree Vallejo and Liz Richards at 303-931-0097 or info@perry
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