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LoHi getting a dozen new townhomes

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Highlights:

  • LoHi getting 12 new townhomes.
  • LoHi Place Townhomes being listed by Deviree Vallejo and Jan Nelsen.
  • It is being developed by Sagebrush Companies.
LoHi Place

LoHi Place

The trendy Lower Highland neighborhood is getting a dozen new luxury townhomes, with the most expensive units priced at just under $800,000.

LoHi Place Townhomes, at West 35th Avenue and Tejon street, an area where a number of other projects either have been built or are under construction, are priced from $579,000 to $799,000.

The most expensive units will have 2,624 square feet and a 470-square-foot basement. The least expensive units will have 2,159 square feet and a 573-square-foot basement. Units also will have either a 341-square-foot or 298-square-foot rooftop deck.

The project is being developed by Sagebrush Companies and listed by Deviree Vallejo and Jan Nelson of Kentwood City Properties. They are scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2014.

“The gorgeous residences at LoHi Place Townhomes are scheduled for completion in late spring or early summer 2014, but now’s the time to secure one of these luxury townhomes,” Vallejo said. “Each home is distinguished by stunning finishes, including Viking appliances and spacious rooftop decks.

“Owners are near Commons Park, a variety of restaurants, art galleries, plus all the exciting venues in LoDo,” she continued. “Residents also can enjoy yoga studios, boutique gyms and specialty cocktail spots.”

Looking for a home in the LoHi/West Highland area? Please visit COhomefinder.com.

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