As discussed at CURBED’s article on residential real estate, major markets are seeing slowing price increases. The tight supply is being met by affordability issues caused by sluggish wages. Buying opportunities for patient buyers and listing to sell requires rational, fair pricing.
American cities have found their “inner city murals” transforming. The urban messages visually tell citizens and tourists alike what the pulse is of a neighborhood and city. From New York City’s Soho to once lost neighborhoods in places like Detroit, Miami, and Denver, art has been a powerful renewal source. Affixed to buildings or presented as outdoor installations, artists and property owners gain rewards from studios and workshops forming to major developments renewing otherwise forgotten communities.
The 40s and 50s lend design forms, from architecture, furniture, art and sensibility to a simpler time. Minimalism and modernism combined to give future genres solid roots. One neighborhood in Denver’s hot real estate market that has received careful consideration on the mix of historic and practical is Virginia Village’s Lynwood. With pricing for restored homes starting in the mid-600s, homes in Lynwood offers large...
Feature luxury Denver real estate article focused on urban living, The Museum Residences and The Spire.