Lowry is Denvers hottest new urban community featuring a diversity of homes.
Lowry has carefully preserved all the best aspects of a traditional, close-knit city
neighborhood, while creating an entirely new urban environment distinguished by
open spaces and great park areas, small shops and business centers, state-of-the-art
education facilities and more. Homes feature classic architectural design, reminiscent of
Denvers finest traditional homes. There will be a full range of housing at Lowry,
including entry-level homes, single-family homes, townhomes, apartments and custom home
PRICING & PLANs
Lowry is not your typical new development. It is a community
designed for many different types of people -- from singles, couples and growing families
to empty-nesters and seniors. Lowry has carefully preserved the best aspects
of a traditional, close-knit city neighborhood, while creating an entirely new urban
environment distinguished by open spaces and great park areas, small shops and
business centers, state-of-the-art education facilities and more.
builders are constructing homes in The Avenues at Lowry in the Northwest Neighborhood,
north of the Sixth Avenue Parkway and east of Quebec Street. Each builder has created new
home designs for Lowry, including Victorian, French Country, Craftsman, Old World,
Cottage, Denver Square, Mediterranean and Prairie styles.
Inventory is minimal
on the new contruction single family homes: Standard Pacific has a few left starting in
the low $400's
Tapestry Flats at Lowry is urban living at its
best. Designed for a discriminating homebuyer who wants affordable luxury and a
no-maintenance lifestyle, these stylish two bedroom urban flats are conveniently situated
in the heart of Lowry at 8200 East Eighth Avenue, next to the new Montclair Recreation
Center. From the $170s.
Harcourt at Lowry in the Northwest Neighborhood is
an enclave of 27 luxurious townhomes designed around courtyard entries. Spacious two- and
three-bedroom homes feature 500 sq. ft. master suites, main floor studies, large eat-in
kitchens from the mid $300s.
Touchstone Homes offers two-story duplexes with three
bedrooms, 2-1/2 bath, two-car garages and more than 1500 square feet from the high $200s
in the Northwest Neighborhood.
Promenade at Lowry Town Center features one- to three-
bedroom townhomes with one and two-car attached garages and private terraces or balconies.
Starting in the $150,000s, homes feature expansive windows, vaulted and volume ceilings,
gourmet kitchens, some with center islands, luxurious master baths and upgraded finishes
as standard. The exterior design is a dramatic combination of brick, stucco and steel
reflecting historical architectural elements around Lowry.
Hampstead at Lowry features 52 Old World
English residences in the Northwest Neighborhood. Four distinctive designs include ranch
and two-story plans and have finished areas from 2,045 to 3,332 sq. ft. Full basements
with optional finish available. From the $400s.
The Steam Plant Patio Homes will be detached, single-family, low maintenance patio homes
which surround an urban courtyard adjacent to the Steam Plant, south of the Sixth Avenue
Parkway, near the Town Center Neighborhood. Each home will have a full basement, two-car
garage and a private yard. Occupancy is anticipated for summer 2004. From the $500s.
In the spirit and tradition of Denver's historic mansions, several builders are
creating luxury custom homes along Sixth Avenue Parkway and around Crescent Park in the
Northwest Neighborhood. Traditional urban architecture along with rear garages and
elevated lots give these homes the character of a forgotten era. With square footage from
4,000 to 6,000 with starting prices just under $1 Million.
Officer's Row is conveniently located next to Lowry's Town Center east of Quebec
Street between First and Sixth avenues. The one and two-bedroom loft homes, in traditional
loft or townhome style, offer open floor plans, high ceilings, huge windows, hardwood
floors, air conditioning and two garage spaces. Models open. From the high $200s.
The Steam Plant Lofts are custom-designed, loft-style condominiums offering a
variety of design and layout choices, incredible views, high ceilings, huge windows, large
decks, private two-car garages and elevator access - all with an industrial flair. The
Steam Plant is located south of the Sixth Avenue Parkway, near the Town Center
Neighborhood. Occupancy is anticipated for summer 2004. From the mid $400s.
Moving to Lowry isn't like moving to the suburbs -- you
don't have to lose the excitement and energy that you loved about the city. We have taken
great care in designing this community to make it feel alive and kicking. With a
collection of public art projects, an historic aviation museum, a ballpark, ice arena,
golf course, restaurants, retail services and parks, we've brought a mix of cultural and
recreational treasures to our community's doorstep. Plus, with the action of downtown
Denver and the Cherry Creek shopping district nearby, Lowry helps you stay close to
At nearly 800 acres, Lowry's parks and recreational areas
will be equal in size to 20 percent of all the park space in Denver today! It's the
largest increase in recreational space to occur in the city in many, many decades. To
demonstrate our respect for the environment, Lowry uses drought resistant, native plants
and trees in its design whenever possible and strictly complies with local watering
Lowry will contain a mixture of large green areas plus smaller neighborhood parks. The
centerpiece of Lowry's park system will be the Great Lawn, a large expanse of open space
that echoes Denver's other classic parks such as Cheeseman, Congress and City Parks. The
Lowry Great Lawn will be a flexible, social space that could be used for play, games or
The neighborhood parks at Lowry are designed as smaller green spaces serving the daily
needs of residential areas, with amenities such as picnic areas, playgrounds and walking
paths. Served by local streets, parks are within an easy and safe walk from homes. While
several parks are under construction, the Lowry community already enjoys two neighborhood
Bayaud Park: In the
Southwest Neighborhood, this 5-acre park offers open space and a children's playground.
Crescent Park: In the Northwest Neighborhood, this
8-acre park features a contemplation area, covered and uncovered picnic tables, picnic
pavilions, natural areas, a playground and an open play area.
The landscaping at Lowry is extensive with flowers, new drought-resistant trees and
thousands of mature, transplanted trees. Major thoroughfares have landscaped medians much
like traditional Denver parkways. Every sidewalk has a tree lawn.
Lowry features a "sports boulevard" flanked
by baseball, soccer and other fields as well as basketball and tennis courts. Jackie
Robinson Field, a beautiful youth baseball park reminiscent of Coors Field, is its
centerpiece. The Big Bear Ice Arena and a championship golf course are close by. In
addition, the newly expanded Montclair Recreation Center will offer swimming, sports,
classes and more to the Lowry community and its neighbors in summer 2003.
A regional recreation complex, the "Sports
Boulevard" will be flanked by playing fields and courts. The complex is being built
by the Lowry Redevelopment Authority and will be operated by Denver Parks and Recreation.
Now open is Jackie Robinson Field, named after baseball great Jackie Robinson and modeled
after Coors Field. It functions as a Little League ballpark for Metro Denver. Three fields
are designed for tournament play geared to children 14 and under a place where
younger kids rule. Nine other multi-use fields are planned to allow for the greatest
flexibility now and in the future. Fields will be sized to handle soccer, rugby and
In addition, two softball fields, four tennis
courts and three basketball courts complete the mix. A new privately owned ice arena, Big
Bear, home to today's Avalanche hopefuls, is open to the public. The Big Bear Ice Arena is located at
8580 Lowry Boulevard in a former aircraft hangar. The facility, open year-round, is a
family entertainment center with two indoor ice rinks, one outdoor roller rink, video
games and refreshments.
The Montclair Recreation Center on Ulster Street
in the Northwest Neighborhood is operated by Denver Parks and Recreation for the enjoyment
of the entire Lowry community and its bordering neighborhoods. When completed in June
2003, the center will hold two swimming pools - one for lap swimming and sports, and one
for leisure. In addition, a multi-purpose gymnasium will accommodate sports, fitness
classes and events; beautiful, outdoor playfields will be used for pick-up games and play.
Hiking and Biking Trails
Miles of peaceful, scenic trails link all of Lowry's neighborhoods, parks, businesses,
retail town center, golf course and sports facilities. The trail system will join Denver's
existing network of trails, opening up additional recreational opportunities.
A network of public trails will connect all areas
of Lowry and link to the regional trail system. Westerly Creek is being revitalized as a
recreational corridor from the Highline Canal Trail south of Lowry to the Sand Creek
Parkway at Stapleton. Westerly Creek Dam was built by the Army Corps of Engineers to
manage a 500-year flood. The 45-foot-high, 1.5 mile-long dam provides the best scenic
views at Lowry. Gradual ramps will allow people to walk or ride to the top of the dam to
enjoy the view, along with some solitude.
In addition, Kelly Road Dam is located near
Eleventh Avenue, Lowry's northern boarder. Its wetlands will be re-established and
enhanced, providing a habitat for wildlife and natural areas for strolling. Interpretive
signage is planned for the area as well.