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Lifestyle Letter

Rest & Relax

JULY 2017 PUBLISHER

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ummertime and the livin’ is easy” has been on repeat since the summer solstice. It’s my favorite season (a close competitor is fall), and I’m soaking in every carefree moment. I can’t even keep track of all of the ‘out of the office’ emails I’ve gotten this season, but I’m certainly not complaining. It feels like a real summer break. “Play” is our theme for the month of July. And there are plenty of different ways to get out there and have F-U-N.

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We met the newest kid on the Dairy Block, The Maven Hotel, and experienced a mini staycation in this funky, art deco-inspired hotel. We also hit the town for a roundup of our favorite places to dine, see and, of course, play. Even if you’re running errands this July, like that weekly trip to the Farmers Market, it can be made into an exciting adventure. Blogger Dana Wisniewski of Yoga Pants Years created a Farmers Market Scavenger Hunt that will make your little ones not only entertained but interested in eating healthy farm fresh food (We mean it!). Finally, it would be summer without a little gardening. Our focus is Xeriscaping with regionally-adapted plants, native plants and pollinator-friendly plants. Not only will your water bill be cut in half, but you can also enjoy a beautiful garden with minimal upkeep. That means more rest and relaxation these summer months, and we could all use more of that.

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July 2017

Departments

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Giving Back

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Now Open

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Open House

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Driver’s Notebook

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Inspired By

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Realty Report

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Lifestyle Calendar

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Parting Thoughts

20 Being A Maven

The Maven Hotel is the newest kid on the the Dairy Block.

26 Summer Scavenger Hunt

Turning your next trip to the Farmers Market into a Treasure Hunt.

32 Planting Sustainably

Summer gardening tips and tricks for a gardener looking to xeriscape.

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AROUND TOWN

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This year’s fashion show, designed and produced by Jenny BakerStrasburg and Tobie Orr, will feature works from the Art Institute of Colorado and Suit Supply. The fashion show will be anchored by NYFW darling, Nicholas K, “Built from Scratch” Fall/Winter 2017. In addition to delivering another fashion spectacle, this year’s event will feature 90s rap and fashion icons, Salt-N-Pepa! The event will be held at Mile High Station — under the canopy of the Colfax Avenue viaduct —with The VIP party commencing at 6:00 pm, general admission opens at 7:00 pm and the program begins at 7:30 pm. Salt-N-Pepa hit the stage at 9. UrbanNightsDenver.org

Madison & Company are so excited to move into their new office in RiNo. In one of Denver’s vibrant places, this new office embodies the Madison culture. Sharing the block with Central Market, a new one-of- a-kind open-market in the heart of Denver, and surrounded by restaurants, coffee, shops, and bars, we can’t wait to office out of this incredible space. Riverfront North Art District (RiNo) is home to Denver’s spectacular art scene, and they are honored to have their new building be one of the spaces adorned with the city’s finest street art.  The new office fosters community and collaboration, with open space and glass walls between offices. An incredible view of the city can be seen from the patio. Come stop by, say hello, see the views, grab a bite at Central Market, and enjoy the city!  MadisonProps.com

A TASTE OF COLORADO ANNOUNCES 2017 FESTIVAL DATES A Taste of Colorado is a four-day, free admission festival produced by the Downtown Denver Partnership. The event takes place over Labor Day Weekend in Downtown Denver’s Civic Center Park. More than 500,000 visitors will celebrate Labor Day Weekend at the region’s largest free music festival while enjoying cuisine from over 50 restaurants and food establishments, diverse musical acts performing on six stages, and shopping at nearly 300 different artisan booths. A Taste of Colorado is the ultimate end-ofsummer opportunity for residents and visitors to experience the sounds, tastes, and sights of Colorado’s diverse cultural traditions and Western heritage. This year the festival will take place September 1st-September 4th at Civic Center Park. Admission is

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DUMB FRIENDS LEAGUE EVENT IS THE 'CAT'S MEOW'

year at Mile High Station on Saturday, August 5th. The city’s largest

Celebrate our feline friends and help cats and kittens find for-

outdoor urban fashion show and fundraiser will benefit at-risk youth

ever homes at the 9th annual CatFest. This fun-filled event takes

with the theme: Threads of Promise.

place on Saturday, July 8 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Dumb Friends

This year’s charity partners include Urban Peak, The Danny Dietz

League Quebec Street Shelter in Denver. Cat lovers of all ages will

Foundation and La Academia at The Denver Inner City Parish. All

have the chance to meet dozens of adoptable cats and kittens,

with the shared vision of providing critical services to the at-risk youth

enjoy clicker-training demonstrations, photo booths, and activities

that each organization serves.

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sample delicious eats from local food trucks and find unique cat-inspired items at the “Meow Market.” The Dumb Friends League has set a goal of 175 cat adoptions the week leading up to CatFest, July 3–9 (closed July 4), and will be offering waived adoption fees for adult cats (1 year and older). All cat adoptions from the Dumb Friends League include a spay/neuter surgery, age-appropriate vaccinations, a microchip implant and a free follow-up office visit with a participating veterinarian. Admission to CatFest is free, and all ages are welcome. CatFest takes place at the Dumb Friends League Quebec Street Shelter, located at 2080 S. Quebec St. in Denver. DDFL.org

ART ON FILM SUMMER SERIES ON SANTA FE The Art District on Santa Fe, Denver’s most established and premier art district, has long been a leader of the city’s thriving art scene. As one of Colorado’s Certified Creative Districts, it features more than 100 art galleries, studios and creative businesses – and this summer, it will add an outdoor film series to its jampacked calendar of cultural events. The Art On Film Summer Series will take place on the third Thursday of each month (June 15 – September 21) from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., in the parking lot at the Center for Visual Art (CVA) – Metropolitan State University of Denver at 965 Santa Fe Drive. Each installment of the series will include the outdoor

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screening of a critically acclaimed feature film, food for purchase, and live music. The art films highlighted this summer be accompanied by food trucks, live music, art installations and civic engagement opportunities to ensure that there is something for everyone. On July 20, the series will feature A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014) and musical guest Men In Burka. On  August 17, ADSF will feature LA LA Land (2016) and Workout Palace, and  September 21  will feature the film Network (1976). For further information about the Art District on Santa Fe or the Art on Film Summer Series, visit  ArtDistrictOnSantaFe.com. July 2017 | Cherry Creek Lifestyle

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Giving Back

ARTICLE KRISTIN DOHERTY


REAL ESTATE AGENT JESSICA NORTHROP CREATES HOMES FOR MORE THAN JUST HER CLIENTS THROUGH GIVEBACK HOMES

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heets of worn metal, branches and thin tarps make up the walls. The floor — dirt. No cabinets,

couches or closets are in sight. This is the house where the Sanchezes, a family of seven, lived in Nicaragua. This is the house Jessica Northrop helped to replace. Northrop, who’s been a realtor in the Denver area for 22 years, embarked on a journey to Nicaragua with Giveback Homes, where she joined a group of 10 other real estate professionals from around the country. Together, they built a new house from the ground up for the Sanchez family. Last summer, Northrop realized she’d reached a point in her career where she was looking for a way to make her business more socially aware and give back locally and globally. As soon as she heard about Giveback Homes, she knew it was the perfect way to do just that. Giveback Homes, a nationwide organization, brings together real estate pros like Northrop who want to use their businesses to build better lives for families around the globe. Members — including agents, mortgage brokers, interior designers and more — can contribute financially to, say, help create clean water sources or donate time for build days both locally and abroad. After joining the charity network last summer, Northrop decided she wanted to go all in with her involvement: “The first thing I wanted to do was actually go with Giveback Homes on a trip to build a home for a family in need,” she said.  That December, she voyaged to Central America to help change the lives of the Sanchez family. “I feel like there is something honest and real about going all in and really seeing the needs of others in person,” Northrop says.  Seeing the Sanchezes’ flimsy home was an eye-opening experience.  “I found it very rewarding to get my hands dirty, help build the home, and see the happiness it brought to the Sanchez family.  When we left them after three days of building their new home, I saw hope in their eyes.” Northrop continues to see that look of joy light up in people’s eyes as she continues to support Giveback Homes here in Denver. In fact, she funded another building project here in Denver this June. But it goes beyond building: For every home sold, Northrop contributes a

How You Can Contribute to the Cause To get involved with Giveback Homes visit GiveBackHomes.com to make a donation, which will go toward building a home or providing water filters to a family in need. Or, if you plan on buying or selling a home, seek out real estate professionals who are members of Giveback Homes and committed to practicing real estate for social good.

portion of the transaction, making each deal that much more purposeful and meaningful, for her and her clients. “When I share my involvement with Giveback Homes with my clients, their eyes light up,” she says. “It is special to be part of helping someone buy or sell a home, but it is a real honor to actual help provide a home to someone in need.” July 2017 | Cherry Creek Lifestyle

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THE MAVEN IS THE NEWEST KID ON THE THE DAIRY BLOCK. HERE'S ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR SOME R & R.

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MAKE YOUR ESCAPE

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ARTICLE AND

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KARA DEYOUNG


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THE MAVEN AT DAIRY BLOCK

1850 Wazee St, Denver 720.460.2727 TheMavenHotel.com DairyBlock.com 

alking into the lobby of The Maven,

A massive wooden bookshelf that doubles

at first you might mistake your

as a reception desk anchors one wall,

surroundings to be anywhere but LoDo’s

tastefully filled with leather-bound books

newest independent hotel. An eclectic art

and shiny brass fixtures. Just steps to the

gallery, perhaps? Quirky art installations

left, a glowing neon sign that simply reads

from Colorado artists are playfully scattered

“hotel” leads the way to tiled hallways

throughout the floor. A hip new bar? The

and spacious rooms that welcome you to

sexy Poka Lola Social Club glows in the dis-

relax. A maven, the hotel explains, is an

tance. If its stylish art deco lines don’t draw

expert in their craft who seeks to share

you in, one glance at the menu- inspired

their knowledge with others— and these

by the old-fashioned soda fountains of the

hospitality mavens know what they’re

1920s- will. (Boozy ice cream sodas? Yes,

doing. Sleek modern furniture and cool

please.) Or maybe this is some sort of food

industrial touches are everywhere you

market? After all, not only does Kachina

look, cozy gray robes await you on the bed,

Southwestern Grill spill into the lobby, bring-

and the giant soaking tub in the bathroom

ing modern southwest vibes and happy

is the stuff of dreams. There’s pour-over

patrons munching gourmet guacamole and

coffee with complimentary grounds from

tacos, but a food truck- a food truck!- sits

Denver’s own Huckleberry Roasters, and

just inside the door, offering breakfast, drinks

for every night of your stay, you receive a

and a decided sense of adventure.

complimentary cocktail from the Poka Lola

Thankfully, you can’t miss The Maven’s mix of old-school classic style and funky charm.

Social Club downstairs. Gather, relax and enjoy - The Maven doesn’t miss a detail. CONTINUED >

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Now Open

(CON TI N U ED)

HIT THE TOWN Whether showing family and friends around the city or enjoying your very own staycation, don’t miss these Denver destinations. 

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KOMOTODO This Japanese-Mexican fusion restaurant is home to the sushi burrito. Need we say more? 1512 Larimer Street • Denver • 303.534.0500

TERMINAL BAR Instead of ordering a ticket at the counter of this Union Station bar, order your choice of Colorado craft beer or cocktail. 1701 Wynkoop Street • Denver  • 303.460.3701    SEE

DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS Breathtaking gardens, featuring works by American sculptor Alexander Calder now thru September. BotanicGardens.org

UNION STATION An iconic Denver landmark, now a can’t-miss stop for dining, shopping, and people-watching. Easy access from DIA via the airport rail, or the “Train to the Plane.” UnionStationDenver.com  PLAY 

CITY PARK JAZZ This free concert series runs every Sunday night through August, rain or shine. Food trucks and family fun abound. CityParkJazz.org 

THE SQUARE ON 21ST A pop-up park is opening two blocks south of Coors Field for the summer. Open June thru August, boasting lawn games, food trucks, a dog park, and more. 

CHERRY CREEK ARTS FESTIVAL See the work of over 200 artists and enjoy musical performances, culinary demonstrations and interactive family activities. Runs July 1-3. CherryCreekArtsFestival.org

THE 5TH ANNUAL CHEESMAN PARK ART FEST Featuring 130 juried artists and craftsmen from 30 different states to showcase their work. Patrons can shop the works of potters, painters, jewelers, sculptors, leather workers and more. Runs July 29-30.  DashEventsDenver.com 22

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SUMMER FARMERS MARKET SCAVENGER HUNT Turning your next trip to the Farmers Market into a Treasure Hunt ARTICLE DANA WISNIEWSKI | PHOTOGRAPHY KARA DEYOUNG

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Inspired by my three-year-old’s interest in finding treasures, I created a Farmers Market Treasure Hunt for my two young boys.

Transforming this otherwise typical outing

We started on our search: watermelon,

into an adventure seemed like a perfect way

beets, kale, iced coffee (for mom), and

to plant the seeds that could bloom into a

began crossing each one off the list.

lifelong interest in healthy eating. Well, a

We smelled, touched and tasted new

mom can dream. If nothing else, it would be

items like peapods and green beans. Using

a fun family event. Although my boys are still

simple words and phrases, such as “eating

young, I believe it’s never too early to start

from the rainbow” and engaging all of their

teaching about the “treasure” of fresh foods,

senses like smelling herbs and flowers,

where they come from, and how they provide

helps our little ones to connect the dots.

us with energy, or as I tell my boys, give us

Because my boys are young, it’s challenging

“power to play”.

to introduce them to new foods, especially

The treasure hunt consisted of 12 items,

vegetables. This adventure sparked their

mostly fruits and veggies that we would

interest and curiosity in new flavors far

find together during our Saturday morning

beyond our regular dinnertime.

adventure. The list included a mix of their

We carefully selected our purchases,

favorite summertime foods along with

a few fruits and a bag of spinach to make

some new items to discover. A few other

green smoothies later in the day. One of

fun finds were added to the list, including

our favorite finds at the farmers market was

live music and of course a dog, since my

Luna, a friendly Basset Hound who was

youngest squeals with delight whenever

generous with “kisses” (we were able to

he spots a furry friend.

cross off “doggy” from our list).

We headed out to the farmers market

And of course, every good adventure

early in the morning. Wheeling around

should be celebrated with music and danc-

my two little ones in a wagon, we came

ing. We ended our adventure by enjoying an

prepared with all of our market essentials:

impromptu picnic. Our morning was burst-

our own bags, picnic blanket, cash, and

ing with fun, flavor and family. A perfect way

of course a list of treasures to discover.

to celebrate summer.

CONTINUED >

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SUMMER FARMERS MARKET (CON TI N U ED)

FIVE EASY STEPS TO TRANSFORM A FARMERS MARKET TRIP INTO A TREASURE HUNT 1. CREATE YOUR TREASURE HUNTING LIST WITH A KID-FRIENDS RECIPE IN MIND:

Write your list down before you head out. Keep in mind you don’t need to buy all of the items on your list, so don’t let that limit you. 2. ARRIVE EARLY: 

I find it far more relaxing to arrive early, to get there before the crowds and while temperatures are still a bit cooler. Without a wall of people, little ones have an easier time seeing everything from strollers or wagons. If the market is less crowded, you can also encourage your kids to talk to the farmers and ask questions. 3. SHOW AND SHARE YOUR ENTHUSIASM:

If you are excited about all of the beautiful, fresh foods, your kids will be too. By turning the trip into a treasure hunt (or even a game of “I spy”), kids will be more engaged and eager to learn. 4. TEACH CHILDREN ABOUT THEIR TREASURES: 

Once you have your little ones attention, you can teach them about the treasures. Engage their senses: explain what different foods are, taste samples, let your little one pick out the apples or peaches and feel the different texture. Take your time and let the little ones enjoy the sights and sounds. Teach kids to eat from the rainbow: red strawberries, orange carrots, yellow peppers, etc. Your kids will view healthy foods in a new way. 5. PLAN FOR A PICNIC:

Reward your little ones for a job well done with a post treasure hunt picnic. It’s a fun way to sample some of the healthy treats. Ask your kids what their favorite treasure was and about the best part of their morning. This article was originally on Yoga Pants Years,

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Teach kids to eat from the rainbow


s r e m r a F r e Summ Market   t n u H r e g n e Scav Kale

Watermelon Iced Coffee (for Mom of course)  Peaches  Beets  Green Beans  Cucumbers  Berries (Raspberries or Strawberries) Tomatoes Doggy Fresh Flowers Live Music July 2017 | Cherry Creek Lifestyle

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The Joy of Planting Sustainably Summer Gardening Tips and Tricks

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s many of us are in the middle of summer gardening projects, this month we reached out to Luan Akin, Gardening Outreach

Ambassador at Tagawa Gardens, to give us some insight into what to plant and how to maintain a healthy garden. Akin began accumulating her plant expertise in a somewhat unusual way - as the gardening reporter for Channel 4 News. She spent 35 years working in radio and television, mostly at Channel 4, covering news from the helicopter as well as the gardening beat. Eventually, when it was time for a change, Akin applied to Tagawa and essentially created her own job in the process - Garden Outreach Ambassador. She now does different outreach projects for the gardens targeted towards a variety of different demographics from senior citizens to preschoolers. Many Colorado gardeners are becoming increasingly interested in planting native plants or plants that are well-adapted to Colorado’s climate, both for their unique beauty and their environmental benefits. We asked Akin about why planting with native or well-adapted plants is so important, suggestions as far as what to plant, and for professional tips and tricks to keep those plants thriving throughout the season. Here’s what she had to say.

WHY SHOULD WE PLANT NATIVE OR LOCALLY ADAPTED PLANTS?

It’s worth understanding some of the benefits of planting native and regionally adapted plants and considering incorporating them into your garden in whatever way possible, big or small. Colorado is a dry state with challenging soil structures, and both native and locally adapted plants have evolved to thrive in these particular conditions. Planting either native or locally adapted plants means less watering, less fertilizer, fewer soil additives, and healthier plants - overall, less work for the gardener! Planting native plants, however, has an important benefit over regionally adapted plants; native plants best support native pollinators since the two have evolved together over time. While maybe the most well-known bee in Colorado is the honey bee, this bee is actually a European import and not native to the region. Colorado, however, is home to over 950 different types of bees native to the region, most of whom are solitary bees or live in small nests. Many native pollinators only nest in or pollinate native plants, and thus planting natives allows Colorado’s pollinators to thrive.

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NOW, WHAT TO PLANT…

When we talked to Akin, she provided us with a strong list of native and regionally adapted, pollinator-friendly plants to help those just beginning to think about planting more sustainably get started. For additional information (and to see just how fun and colorful a sustainable garden can be!) visit the Plant Select website at PlantSelect.org. REGIONAL NATIVES (NATIVE TO THIS REGION, NOT NECESSARILY THE FRONT RANGE OR COLORADO)

• Gaillardia • Kannah Creek Buckwheat • Denver Gold Columbine • Bridges Penstemon • Apache Plume • Fern Bush • Serviceberry • Rabbit Brush (also pollinator-friendly) • Redbirds in a Tree • Wild Plum • Rocky Mountain Bee Plant (also pollinator-friendly) • Purple Cone Flower (also pollinator-friendly) • Bee Balm (also pollinator-friendly) • Chocolate Flower (smells just like a Hershey bar in the morning!) REGIONALLY ADAPTED/ POLLINATOR-FRIENDLY

• Cranesbill • Catmint • Moonshine Yarrow • Pincushion Flower • Russian Sage (fairly invasive, so plant in a contained area) • Goldenrod • Pussy Willow (needs a wet spot in your garden) • Blue Mist Spirea

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THE JOY OF PLANTING (C ON TI N U ED)

6 TIPS AND TRICKS FOR A THRIVING GARDEN

>>>>>>> 1. For drought-tolerant plants, be careful of “loving them to death.” They do not appreciate rich soil amendments or extra water and fertilizer! After a couple of growing season, most of them thrive on a bit of “tough love.”

>>>>>>> 2. For drought-tolerant plants, deep but less frequent watering is best. This helps them develop a more drought and heat resistant root system.

>>>>>>> 3. If you are trying to attract pollinators, minimize or eliminate the use of pesticides. If you can’t totally eliminate pesticides from your garden, use them when the bees aren’t out and about - shortly after sunrise or shortly before sunset.

>>>>>>> 4. To foster a healthy pollinator population, try to grow plants that will flower at different times during the growing season - spring, mid-summer, and late-summer.

>>>>>>> 5. Grow flowering plants in groups to attract more pollinators. A bigger patch of the same type of flowers offers more “bang for the buck” and will be more attractive.

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DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

1991 E Alameda Ave #6, Denver Country Club

$6,250,000

$5,850,000

94%

16

5

9

110 S Cherry St, Hilltop

$5,300,000

$4,950,000

93%

1

5

6

23 Brookside Dr, Greenwood Village

$2,795,000

$3,230,899

116%

405

5

8

865 S Cove Way, Bonnie Brae

$2,300,000

$2,300,000

100%

33

4

6

1074 S Gilpin St, Washington Park

$2,199,000

$2,250,000

102%

1

5

4

1133 E 3rd Ave, Denver Country Club

$1,995,000

$1,895,000

95%

12

4

5

105 Fillmore St #203, Cherry Creek North

$1,850,000

$1,837,500

99%

31

2

3

125 Krameria St, Crestmoor

$1,825,000

$1,825,000

100%

1

5

5

321 Forest St, Hilltop

$1,869,000

$1,720,000

92%

164

4

7

12 Meadowview Ln, Greenwood Village

$1,795,000

$1,600,000

89%

135

6

3

5601 E 3rd Ave, Crestmoor

$1,695,000

$1,535,000

91%

41

4

7

17 S Franklin Cir, Greenwood Village

$1,750,000

$1,515,000

87%

153

4

4

1 Mountainview Rd, Greenwood Village

$1,795,000

$1,475,000

82%

29

5

5

255 S Cherry St, Hilltop

$1,639,000

$1,420,000

87%

306

4

5

304 Garfield St, Cherry Creek North

$1,397,000

$1,350,000

97%

22

3

5

834 S Race St, Washington Park

$1,299,000

$1,317,500

101%

2

4

4

203 S Monroe St, Cherry Creek

$1,175,000

$1,313,360

112%

1

4

5

50 S Dahlia St, Hilltop

$1,350,000

$1,311,000

97%

25

5

4

501 Harrison St, Cherry Creek North

$1,250,000

$1,250,000

100%

1

3

5

260 S Madison St, Cherry Creek

$1,300,000

$1,230,000

95%

59

4

5

2640 E Cherry Creek South Dr, Cherry Creek

$1,295,000

$1,223,500

94%

40

3

3

300 Jersey St, Crestmoor

$1,300,000

$1,200,000

92%

10

7

4

552 Milwaukee St, Cherry Creek North

$1,250,000

$1,190,000

95%

343

3

4

907 S Corona St, Washington Park

$1,169,000

$1,174,000

100%

13

4

4

274 Monroe St, Cherry Creek

$1,149,000

$1,075,000

94%

19

3

4

This data is a sampling of sold properties from May 2017.

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Lifestyle Calendar

July JULY 1 - 3 CHERRY CREEK ARTS FESTIVAL CHERRY CREEK

JULY 7 JW MARRIOTT DENVER FRIDAY FAMILY FILM SERIES JW MARRIOTT DENVER CHERRY CREEK The JW Marriott Denver Cherry Creek is thrilled to offer the Friday Family Film Series of complimentary movie screenings this summer that are open to both hotel guests and the general public. The JULY movie: The Lego Batman Movie. All movies will start at 7 p.m. in the hotel’s Fireside event space, with comfy seating provided. JWMarriottDenver.com

The Cherry Creek Arts Festival (CCAF) weekend event is a world‐class

JULY 9

and award‐winning celebration of the visual, culinary and performing arts,

INTENTIONAL YOGA SERIES

and enjoys an attendance of 350,000 visitors over the course of the three‐

HALCYON, A HOTEL IN CHERRY CREEK

day event. The CCAF’s year-round 501c3 non-profit mission is to provide

Wind down your weekend with Sunset Yoga at HALCYON, a hotel

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in Cherry Creek's Rooftop Pool Deck. Set your intention for the week to come while watching the sunset over the Rockies. Each

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class will feature a different intention lead by Billy Potocnik and other yogis from Pura Vida Fitness & Spa. July 9th and July 23rd. HalcyonHotelCherryCreek.com

In partnership with RollinGreens Millet Tots, Beyond Burger, Sir Kens-

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ington’s Condiments and Health-Ade Kombucha, a traveling vegan

CHERRY CREEK NORTH SIDEWALK SALE

burger pop up bar at eight Whole Foods Market stores May-August

CHERRY CREEK NORTH

will benefit area nonprofits. The cost is $8 per meal. Come out and

For its record breaking 47th year, businesses will be participating in

help support a great cause. July 1st at Colfax location and July 15 at

Sidewalk Sales with the best bargains of the year. Look for participat-

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The 5th Annual Cheesman Park Art Fest will feature 130 juried artists and craftsmen from 30 different states to showcase their work. It is a

JULY 18

free, two-day festival in one of Denver's prized historic parks. Patrons

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