Douglas Kerbs Offers Significant Projects in Denver
Douglas Kerbs offers significant projects in Denver among which are the following:
Douglas Kerbs has been granted the exclusive privilege to offer the high-end properties in Denver’s private enclave residences along 14th Street, better known as “four seasons” that includes Unit 1950, an impressive combination of modern and colonial type of residence located at 1133 14th Street, facing the panoramic mountain vistas with a captivating view of the Denver skyline.
The high-end properties in Denver’s private enclave residences along 14th Street, better known as “four seasons” that includes Unit 1950, an impressive combination of modern and colonial type of residence located at 1133 14th Street, facing the panoramic mountain vistas with a captivating view of the Denver skyline.
The high status properties in a second unit at 1133 14th Street that has a finished and total area of 2,343 SF and is being sold for $1.65 million. Suite 2220 provides a magnificently crafted and excellently designed space for the would-be owner, exuding one of the best 180-degree views of the lower downtown Denver and the Clock Tower and the Colorado Convention Center.
The neighborhood project at City Park, for instance, was completed in 2015 that provided an innovative established practice in property valuation as a result of the influential real estate advisory and marketing strategy provided by the Douglas Kerbs philosophy.
Zuni 30 Townhomes, LoHi, occupying a known place in Denver where Douglas Kerbs was consulted on every aspect of design, development and finish selection.
The private residences along the so-called “Four Seasons,” under the marketing domain of Douglas Kerbs that delivers remarkable amenities like a 24 hour room service, full service spa, state of the art fitness center, a salt water outdoor pool, a resident specific concierge, and valet.
The residences at the so-called “Golden Triangle,” that was originally marketed by its owners at over $500 per square foot. After sometime, for some reason, the value went down to $300 per square foot.
Douglas Kerbs was consulted who swiftly introduced a strategy to revive the interested parties’ interest in the Museum residences and successfully restored the value to $400 per square foot, leading to successful sales of the residences where the final price per unit ranged from $250,000 to $725,000.
At Cherry Creek in Garfield where Douglas Kerbs made significant sales even during the preconstruction phase and made representations for the four units where the unit prices of the properties ranged from a whopping $900,000 to $1,100,000.
At another Cherry Creek project in Madison, Kerbs introduced innovations on the builder’s design to attract buyers and bring in top dollar revenues. Seventeen residence units out of 29 were sold out by Kerbs that represent about 75% of the buyers from the pre-construction to the development phase, where the unit prices ranged from $450,000 to $1,300,000.