April 2017
New Rowhome  Model Open

Stop by Boulevard One's newest model from East West Partners and BuildMark Development, located at Newport Street and Lowry Boulevard. Five homes are available, starting at $850k. For more information, visit BuckleyRow.com or contact Evan Miller, 303.601.1855, and Amy Cesario, 303.995.3180.

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Major Parks 
Under Construction

We're moving earth, planting trees, and carving the pathways that will shape Boulevard One's 13 acres of public parks and open space.

Community Park
Scheduled for completion late this year, this 5.5-acre park will foster a sense of community, with new trees, art, play area and natural space. The park is expected to be a social and recreational center for Boulevard One.

SW Neighborhood Park
This 0.8-acre neighborhood park showcases the community's heritage by integrating the Air Force medallion that once adorned an Air Force administration building. Engraved quotes in a tiered sandstone wall will flank the medallion and reflect the diverse voices of citizens who helped transform Lowry Air Force Base into a new community. Scheduled for completion late this year, the park also honors the original farmland by featuring kitchen herbs, berries and apples.

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For more info, see the parks overview at  boulevardonelowry.com .
Orion Series Open 
for Sales Now

KUH Orion rowhomes feature high-end designs and finishes, and start in the $600s. For more information, visit the sales center at 6708 E. Lowry Boulevard, call Jason at 303.300.8789 or see kuhatboulevardone.com.

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Boulevard One Makes
Public Art a Way of Life

Most development teams have an urban planner, engineer, real estate and marketing folks. At Boulevard One, the design team includes a public artist.
"We wanted to make art a part of daily life, integral to placemaking from day one," says Hilarie Portell, public art director. Denver artist David Griggs participated in planning sessions, envisioning how people would navigate through the neighborhood on a daily basis. Griggs then identified places at Boulevard One that would serve as markers, shelters, links, hearths and views. 

The first installation, "Wildlife Weave" by Robert Tully, on the Monaco berm, enhances an overlook with sculptures and wild bird habitat.

Griggs designed the "Urban Kiva" as a small neighborhood gathering place.
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Patrick Marold is working on the "Sun Silo" as a prominent marker in the community park that will cast interesting shadows day and night. And Griggs will install a memorial in the southwest neighborhood park dedicated to people who helped transform Lowry into a new community. 

Artist Patrick Marold and 
urban designer Jamie Fogle

Call 303.326.7102

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