- Two top brokers at Kentwood Real Estate are listing remaining units at the Landmark.
- The Greenwood Village condo community has about 100 units.
- The most expensive unit is priced at about $1.7 million.
Gary Carlson and Darrell Hamilton of Kentwood Real Estate have been named the exclusive marketing brokers for the Landmark and Meridian Tower Residences in Greenwood Village, where condominium units are priced from the $400,000s to about $1.7 million.
The Miller Frishman Group LLC of Denver, the company responsible for managing the Landmark development since June 2010, selected Carlson and Hamilton to oversee residential sales during the final phase at the mixed-use “lifestyle” community in metro Denver’s southern corridor.
Landmark, centrally located within Greenwood Village, showcases a variety of restaurants and shops, a movie theater, the Comedy Works and others.
It was developed by the late developer Zack Davidson, who killed himself earlier this year after a warrant had been issued for his arrest on charges that he had fraudulently used millions of dollars earmarked for the next phase of the development for personal uses.
However, the Landmark, given its location near Belleview Avenue and Interstate 25, is just about the only game in town for people looking for a relatively new, luxurious condo development. The first residents began to move into the Landmark in 2008, just before the collapse of the real estate market.
Amenities at the towers include a state-of-the-art fitness center with men and women’s sauna and steam rooms, concierge service, two outdoor swimming pools with gardens and cabana areas, a private theater, golf simulator, and one-of-a-kind views from Pikes Peak to downtown Denver.
“We selected Kentwood Real Estate because of its reputation in the marketplace,” said Andrew S. Miller, managing principal of the Miller Frishman Group.
“The Kentwood name is synonymous with high quality and the company has the most prolific presence for high-end residential living in the metro area,” Miller said.
“We admire the work that Gary and Darrell have accomplished over the years, and we believe that their experience in this market makes them the perfect brokers to represent our type of quality to prospective home buyers in southeast Denver.”
The Miller Frishman Group has strived to position the Landmark as one of the best managed developments in the Denver area through HOA management, leasing retail space, marketing the luxury residences and overall stabilization of property.
“Landmark is a wonderful project and this is an incredible opportunity,” said Peter Niederman, CEO and owner of Kentwood Real Estate.
“It is a wonderful opportunity given the current market conditions with such a low inventory and huge demand,” Niederman added.
“Really, for someone who is downsizing from a large home in Cherry Hills Village and Greenwood Village, and wants to stay in that area to be near their friends and all of the restaurants, the Landmark is the best choice on the market,” according to Niederman.
He added that the Miller Frishman Group is a first-class operation and has done a great job of stabilizing the Landmark since the troubles with the developer and the market conditions.
At The Meridian, approximately 100 elegant residences are available, including two-bedroom with den plans ranging in size from 1,286 to 2,144 finished square feet at prices from the low $400’s to the $900’s.
Sub-penthouse and penthouse residences offer mostly three-bedroom designs ranging in size from 3,171 to 3,414 square feet of finished living space at prices ranging from approximately $1.4 million to nearly $1.7 million.
A few opportunities are still available at The Landmark tower, including two-bedroom residences ranging in size from 1,284 to 2,001 finished square feet at prices starting from approximately $500,000.
The Village Shops at Landmark include Essential Fitness, Hard Core Pilates and Yoga center, Velvet Day Spa, Hapa Sushi, Jing, Ted’s Montana Grill, Alibaba Grill, Masters Gallery, Pizza Republica, A Line Boutique, Yannis Greek Restaurant, Slattery’s Irish Pub, H W Home and the Landmark Movie Theater.
The neighborhood is convenient to light rail along the T-Rex light rail line, near shopping and entertainment venues, the Denver Tech Center.
Access to the Denver International Airport is easy because of its proximity to Interstate 225. In addition, it is close to C-470, allowing an easy way to connect to Colorado’s high country areas.
Residents of the Landmark and The Meridian have access to a fifth floor terrace with fire pit and gardens, wine cellars with a tasting room, business centers, guest suites, and ample guest parking. The residences are all beautifully appointed with fine interior finishes.
Landmark is at 7600 Landmark Way in Greenwood Village. A sales office is open daily and more information is available at The Landmark. For more information, contact Gary Carlson at firstname.lastname@example.org and Darrell Hamilton email@example.com.
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