The coolness quotient: As downtown’s RiNo district fills with restaurants and bars, get in on a townhouse launch from high $5s
Published by The Denver post on Fri, April, 8, 2016
New-urban expert Liz Richards with Kentwood City Properties could feel the temperature rising in Denver’s RiNo area north of Coors Field when she caught a performance at Nocturne jazz club off Larimer, then saw the art scene that was emerging nearby. Now she’s putting together a launch for a luxury townhouse project that will take RiNo’s residential possibilities to a whole new level – and you can be there to pore over the renderings, plans and finishes, next Saturday, April 16.
Published by BusinessDen on Tue, March, 29, 2016
A townhome for almost $1 million might be the standard in Cherry Creek or Union Station. Now a Colorado developer is betting buyers will plunk down $900,000 to live in RiNo.
Telluride-based Invent Development Partners is planning 17 new townhomes at 34th and Walnut streets in River North. Invent is trying to cater to a market that company President Jon Dwight said he found through a 14-unit townhome development Invent built at Backyard on Blake.