Govners Park (Denver, CO)
By Kevin Mackessy, Dedicated. Qualified. Local.
(Blue Olive Properties, LLC)
$1,250/mo, 2Bd/1Ba Condo, 593 sqft.    Paul Mackessy | Blue Olive Properties | 720-556-0269 505 Logan St #15, Denver, CO 80203 Garden Level Denver 2Bed/1Bath Condo, Close to Trader Joe's, Governor's Park, Cherry Creek Bike Trail 2Bd/1Ba Condo   $1,250/mo Sq Footage 593 sqft. Bedrooms 2 Beds Bathrooms 1 Bath Parking None Lease Duration 1 Year Deposit $1,250 Pets Policy No Pets Allowed Laundry Shared Floor Garden DESCRIPTION ** AVAILABLE NOW ** -Walking distance to Trader Joe's, Cherry Creek Bike Trail, Governor's Park, Cosmo's, Moe's Bagels, Mt Fuji. - Very close to South Broadway bars, Baker Neighborhood, Restaurants on 6th Avenue and Whole Foods. - 2 Bedroom with 1 Bath - Kitchen with all stainless appliances, no dishwasher - Carpet with tile floor - Storage space - Radiator heating -...
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By Kerry L Klun, Broker/Owner, 321-626-5868
(Palm Realty)
Attention Central Denver Residents! The city of Denver is planning on repaving 9th Avenue Between Lincoln and Ogden with the work to take place on Saturday June 30th.                     The entire section of 9th Avenue between Lincoln and Ogden will be closed and the City of Denver is asking drivers to use alternative routes.  Cross traffic will be allowed on certain cross streets, however, which streets and when is not being made known ahead of time.  There will be signs directing traffic during the construction.  So be aware, and let's appreciate the city workers that will be work with hot tar during this spell of hot heat.  
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By Kerry L Klun, Broker/Owner, 321-626-5868
(Palm Realty)
The stately Zang Mansion is located at 709 Clarkson Street in Denver.  Built for Adolph Zang of the Zang Brewing Company, the Zang Mansion was constructed between 1902 and 1904.                                                                         The name of the architect is unknown, however the Zang Mansion was constructed in the Classical Revival Style.  The exterior of the Zang Mansion features both light brick and stone.  There were seven stained glass and leaded windows installed and five hand carved fireplace mantles.  Thankfully they remain today.  The Zang Mansion is used as commercial space today and was entered into the National Register of Historic Places on November 23, 1977. If you would like to learn more about homes in Historic Denver, call me, I'd love to give you an ...
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By Kerry L Klun, Broker/Owner, 321-626-5868
(Palm Realty)
When you think of beer from Colorado do you think of Adolph Zang?  Probably not, you probably think of Coors, you know made from "pure Rocky Mountain Spring Water".  Well all that is true, but in Golden, CO.  Adolph Zang was truly a Denver beer Brewer and the 1st in Colorado.Born in Kentucky in 1856, Adolph Zang enjoyed a priveledged education including studying in Germany for 2 years. As a schoolboy, Adolph Zang went to school with Louis Brandeis, who was a judge on the United States Supreme Court.Adolph Zang followed his father Phillip to Denver in 1876 and joined the family brewery, Zang Brewing Company, which was the largest brewery west of the Mississippi at the time producing nearly 150,000 barrels of beer each year.                                                          In 1889...
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By Jean Theobald, GRI, CDPE
(RE/MAX Professionals)
800 Pearl Street #1002 Denver, CO 80203 MLS #: 935864 $215,000 2 bedrooms 2.00 bath Views from Pike's Peak to Long's Peak! Incredible location in the city! Spacious, open floorplan - two large bedrooms with mountain views from each! Ample kitchen cabinet space, a large walk-in pantry/private laundry room, breakfast area in the kitchen & a separate dining area! You will love coming home to your city and mountain views from the 10th floor! No need to worry about inclement weather here; your car will be warm & dry! - You will have 2, that's right TWO - deeded parking spaces in the lower level garage! (No one else owns two!) Walking distance to great restaurants and fabulous city shops! Lots of storage in your home,plus an additional storage room in the basement level. Enjoy the Indoor Poo...
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By Kerry L Klun, Broker/Owner, 321-626-5868
(Palm Realty)
Interestingly enough, the Historic Boettcher Mansion was not named after the family who originally built this magnificent home.  The Historic Boettcher Mansion was in fact the dream of Walter Cheesman (for whom nearby Cheesman Park was named) and his teenage daughter Gladys.  Together, father and daughter designed the beautiful mansion.  In 1907, when construction of the Historic Boettcher Mansion was to begin, Walter Cheesman died.  Gladys and her mother, Alice, continued on with the construction of the Historic Boettcher Mansion located at 400 E 8th Avenue.  When completed, the three story Historic Boettcher Mansion became the talk of Denver's High Society and featured two story Roman Ionic Pillars on the western portico, a gorgeous widow's walk and arched windows.     Soon after the ...
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