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A new luxury apartment community opens to residents in Denver, bringing with it a prime location and numerous amenities. 

Country Club Towers II & III, a Broe Group development, opened to its first residents in August, bringing a million square feet of premier luxury living to Denver. The iconic two-building structure, located at Bayaud and Downing, is surrounded by Denver’s Wash Park, the Cherry Creek neighborhood, downtown Denver and Country Club.

“With Denver-area housing inventory at record lows, consumers are choosing the benefits of luxury apartment communities without the commitments and risks of home ownership,” says Walter Armer, vice president of development for the Broe Real Estate Group. “Country Club Towers II & III feature the best of Denver luxury apartment living – the ideal location, the city’s best views and the most premium amenities.”

The architectural innovation of Solomon Cordwell Buenz provides the towers’ signature profile with a sawtooth exterior configuration – the only of its kind in Denver luxury apartment living. The impact is felt in every home through floor-to-ceiling bay windows that unlock mountain views from an unprecedented three of four directions, doubling the view for interior units.

Denver luxury apartment living is in high-demand because it appeals to an increasingly broad group of consumers, including empty nesters, super-commuters and young professionals. These varied groups seek the flexibility of maintenance-free city living without a long-term commitment, and value convenience of on-site entertainment, fitness and personal services.

Residents of the first 281 available units moved into their new Tower 2 homes, which have exclusive amenities that include a 5,000-square-foot fitness center and outdoor pool, patio and lounge area, a library and conference room. The development’s social amenities feature a theater room, demonstration kitchen, bar and party room. Nearly 1,000 underground parking spaces ensure parking for the 552-unit community.   

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