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Listings in Denver's Lowry Neighborhood
Style of Homes for Sale in Lowry: With an architectural diversity not commonly found in modern housing developments, this SE Denver neighborhood mixes it up. Due to its history, homes in Lowry are nearly all brand new construction homes or built within the last 20 years. The style and size varies quite a bit though due to the well-thought out plan for the community. Home buyers can find homes for sale in Denver’s Lowry varying from million dollar custom homes on 6th Ave to $200-300K condos.
New construction homes in Lowry are currently in its last phase. Boulevard One is located on the SW side of Lowry and offers stylish single family homes, row homes, condos and apartments. As this is the last chance for Denver home buyers to purchase a new construction single family home in Lowry, the homes are going quickly. Feaster Realty specializes in new construction homes like these. Simply contact us and we can help you explore if this new home community is right for you!
The History of Lowry: The Francis B. Lowry Airfield was built in 1937 and has been an integral part of Denver and the entire country’s history. The 1,866 acre site now known as Lowry helped train over 55,000 men for WW II. When The Lowry Air Force Base closed in 1994, Denver and Aurora lost 7,000 jobs and $295 million in annual spending. Thus, The Lowry Redevelopment Authority (LRA), a quasi-governmental entity, was then founded to redevelop the site.
Lowry became one the nation's earliest and most successful examples of urban planning and revitalization. In fact, its efforts resulted in numerous awards including the 1999 Sustainable Community Award from the US Conference of Mayors and the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Secretary’s Award for innovative collaboration and sustainable growth. All these efforts were well worth it as now 25,000 people live, work and go to school in Lowry.
Things to Do in Denver's Lowry Neighborhood:
- Lowry Town Center - At Lowry’s Town Center, shopping and restaurants are just down the tree-lined street. This is an urban blend of loft homes, apartments, senior living, retail services, office space, schools and cultural facilities — truly the urban lifestyle at its best. The Kismet Boutique, Savory Spice Shop and North County Restaurant are just a few of the unique places that attract residents and visitors alike. Lowry Town Center located east of Quebec Street, between First and Sixth avenues.
- Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum - Located on the former Lowry Air Force Base, the location for this aviation museum could not be more fitting. The museum itself is housed in a 40,000 foot hangar originally built in 1939. The museum has exhibits, cockpit demonstration and even a summer Space Camp. The museum is a testament to the history of the Lowry area.
- Hangar 2 - Located on the former base, this area is not just home to the Air & Space Museum. This section of Lowry boasts The Lowry Beer Garden, North County Restaurant, a gym and many offices for small businesses.
- Lowry Parks & Open Spaces - With over 17 parks and open spaces, the outdoors is one of the best aspects of the neighborhood. Check out Lowry Sports Complex, the dog park, or even the Reading Garden.
Boundaries: The approximate boundaries for the Lowry neighborhood are Quebec Street & S Monaco Pkwy to the West, Eleventh Avenue to the North, Dayton Street to the East, and E Alameda Avenue to the South.
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