“The friendships we have made while living in Lowry will undoubtedly last a lifetime.”
Once upon a time (1991 to be exact), a group of developers dreamed of giving new life to a former Air Force Base located 15 minutes east of downtown Denver. With a goal of avoiding the urban sprawl that blights so many new developments, the community of Lowry as we know it today was born.
When complete in 2011, the three square mile area will offer a total of 4500 residences (homes, condos, lofts), two million square feet of commercial buildings and 800 acres of parks and open space. It is now 80% built-out.
Particularly notable from an architectural standpoint is the seamless transformation of military buildings and officers quarters into a residential neighborhood with modern amenities. The Town Center satisfies those needing Starbucks and Albertsons and also boasts a handful of unique destination shops. Very good public and private schools call Lowry and the vicinity home. And the soccer fields are the envy of every other Denver neighborhood.
This award-winning urban in-fill project has attracted a diverse clientele. The community is located close to the culture and energy of the city but at the same time steps away from walking and biking trails, an ice arena, a baseball complex, Lowry Swim Club and soon to be developed golf course and leashless dog park.
Boundaries: Quebec to Dayton – Alameda to 11th