My latest article for CondoDomain profiles the stunning lofts of Museum Residences:
Want the best in dynamic downtown loft living, minus the adjacent dog park? If you're looking for a pet free environment with opulent luxury at every turn, look no further than the geometric spectacle and world class design of Museum Residences. Located in the Golden Triangle, at 1200, Acoma Street in Denver, this building is a work of art among other stunning buildings that will have you living in a breathtaking architectural wonderland.
Museum Residences sits adjacent to the renowned Denver Art Museum, each designed by award winning and internationally acclaimed architect Daniel Libeskind. His expressive vision is undeniable,.. a striking artistic statement and backdrop boldly placed int eh thriving cultural Mecca of Denver. Museum Residences is prime real estate designed with the kind of inspiration that redefines how we feel and view the pulse of a city.
Inside this impassioned structure of dramatic angles, each open floor plan is filled with massive walls that are flooded with natural light, bringing every mouth watering modern and polished detail to life. And, if you're truly looking for the best money can buy, why not opt for the terrace penthouse. Listed at $1,500,000, you'll score two glorious stores of glass, with an 800-square-foot wraparound deck that comes with amazing wraparound city views.
Positioned in the heart of Denver's oldest and most prestigious neighborhood, you'll have some of the best restaurants, galleries, and city landmarks right outside your door. At Museum Residences, the possibilities are endless... a refined and sophisticated building where art, culture, and luxury await.
The terrace penthouse is high end urban living at its finest. This unit comes packed with upgraded features including cutom Berloni cabinets, Viking appliances, and remote blinds.
For more on this unit, or other available unites available at Museum Residences, please contact your CondoDomain agent at (877) 852 - XXXX.
Note: This unit expired and/or sold so specific details and interior photos have been omitted from this post.