Want to live the high life in Denver? It’ll cost you.
Soaring 45 stories above lodo, the Four Seasons Private Residences complex has some of the best views in Denver and, unsurprisingly, some of the highest prices. Therein lies the problem: Since opening last October, just over a quarter of the 102 exclusive apartments (floors 18 to 45), have sold. It seems that even people who might be able to afford all the amenities of a dream vacation stay in their daily lives are saying no to luxury apartments. Sure, prices might come down if demand continues to lag, but with some 6,000-square-foot units on the 36th floor going for more than $5 million each, there’s still a long way to fall.