Luxury Living in LoHi
The sleek, design-forward residences at ATRIA redefine the townhome
Photography by JC Buck
"Let there be light" may have been the mantra in the minds designing the modern townhome residences at ATRIA in Denver's historic Highlands neighborhood. With three bedrooms and up to four bathrooms across three levels, these powerhouses with windows galore are all that and more for the design-minded buyer.
ATRIA, exclusively listed and marketed by Slate Real Estate Advisors, a Denver-based Creative Real Estate Agency, were designed by award-winning architectural design studio, Meridian 105 Architecture and developed by Gateway Development.
The four individually unique residences offer dramatic architectural features such as sunken kitchens, two-story solariums, oversized outdoor patios and a unique mix of exterior building materials, which blends cedar wood, mirrored finished stainless steel and Venetian plaster.
The ATRIA Residences offer fabulous spaces for entertaining. Architect Chad Mitchell of Meridian 105 Architecture agrees, saying, "Internally, a sunken kitchen is the centralized social hub, allowing the space to flow freely between the living and dining rooms."
Two of the available units have a Japanese-style sunken kitchen attached to an open space including the living and dining areas on the main floor.
If you prefer an “inverted floorplan” with an integrated kitchen and living room space on the top floor with a patio just steps away, ATRIA has got you covered. Bonus: a dumbwaiter system helps you deliver your groceries to the top-level kitchen.
"ATRIA is a refreshing take on the townhome," says Jorgen Jensen, Partner & Broker Associate at Slate Real Estate Advisors. "Instead of placing the patio on the rooftop, the outdoor space is carved off of the second level, which enhances privacy and creates a strong connection to the interior through expansive glass window systems."
Despite its urban location, the windows in ATRIA enhance the connection to the outdoors and maximizes natural daylight. With around 300 days of sunshine a year in Colorado, there's no shortage of light in these Highlands townhomes.
This section of the Highlands has a bevy of restaurants (like THERE, Root Down and Family Jones), coffee shops, retail and outdoor spaces nearby. A nearby bike trail connects you to Riverfront Park, and by car, Union Station and Downtown Denver can be reached within five to ten minutes. This distinct city-center neighborhood is full of character with its mix of historic and modern architecture, and is close to adjacent lively neighborhoods like RiNo, Ballpark and LoDo.
In the hot Denver real estate market, the options are a-plenty. But when it comes to high-end urban living and sleek, modern design, the residences at ATRIA are a no brainer.
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