Walk, Bike, Ride, Drive.
You choose.


The Lowry Redevelopment Authority has completed a mobility study for the 1,866-acre community, which includes Boulevard One. The study assesses the current multimodal network, along with planned and recommended improvements.


Boulevard One benefits from the interconnectivity of the surrounding community, plus boasts multimodal features all its own:

  • Multi-use trail connecting to the mixed-use center and parks in Lowry and Crestmoor
  • Bicycle paths
  • 10 bike parking locations and a bike repair station
  • Two sites for electric car charging stations
  • Bulbouts at key pedestrian crosswalks to shorten the walking distance and increase safety

The result is plenty of choices for residents and surrounding neighbors to travel in and around Boulevard One. More often than not, it will be quicker to walk or bike to local shops and parks than to drive. For once, losing your car keys may be a good thing!


Lowry was carefully planned as a walkable, bikeable, transit-served community from the beginning. But with the city's rapid growth, and community concerns about traffic congestion, we're addressing any gaps and positioning Lowry for long-term mobility enhancements.

- Hilarie Portell, LRA Public Relations Director
The mobility study will be shared with Lowry's community Design Review Committee to help it evaluate developers' plans. It will also figure in Denver Moves the city's pedestrian and bicycle plan, spearheaded by the Denver Department of Public Works.

All the planning has paid off! Lowry remains one of the city's most desirable neighborhoods. Boulevard One is the last mixed-use, multimodal community to be built by the LRA.

Lowry Multimodal Highlights

  • 60 miles of paved sidewalks
  • 12 miles of multi-use off-road paths
  • 20 parks within a 10-minute walk from anywhere in Lowry
  • More connectivity on the way
  • 9 miles of bike-friendly travel
  • 5 Denver bike routes, with 2 more planned
  • Bike racks for up to 300 bicycles
  • Most destinations within a 10-minute ride
  • Additional bike racks and signage coming 
  • Served by 7 RTD bus routes
  • 80+ bus stops and 1,000+ Lowry riders daily
  • 3 light rail stations within 5 miles to open this year, with service to downtown, DIA and southeast business parks
  • Opportunity for more frequency as needs increase
  • Connectivity to the city's grid network, dispersing traffic throughout the day
  • Low speed limits, with most streets posted at 25 MPH
  • Several intersections will be evaluated for new or enhanced traffic signals
For more information, read the Lowry Mobility Study or our press release

Berkeley Homes Grand Opening

Meet the newest member of the Boulevard One family - a two-story beauty from Berkeley Homes that's ready for quick move in. Located on 91 Niagara Street, the residence is part of The Park Collection, which features single-family homes with contemporary, luxurious interpretations of classic architecture. Read more about this home.

Find out more about Berkeley Homes at Boulevard One by contacting Carol Barrington at 303.877.8887.

Visit the Berkeley Homes website
Call 303.326.7102

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