Living Atop the Mile-High City Never Looked So Good

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Photo Credit: LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

When you think of Denver what comes to mind? The sweeping Rocky Mountain skyline? The impressive foodie scene? Ski resorts just an hour’s drive outside the city? World-class arts, music, sports, and entertainment? Yeah us, too. And the minute we laid eyes on this half-floor residence in the Four Seasons Hotel Denver, we knew you would appreciate the view.

Perched high atop the tallest residential building in Colorado, directly under the penthouse, sits 1133 14th Street, Suite 4300, boasting unsurpassed southwest-facing, mountain views, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and not one, but two expansive terraces for the ultimate indoor-outdoor lifestyle.

Purchased directly from the building’s developer, Suite 4300 is a completely custom residence, designed by BOSS Architecture, one of Denver’s top residential and commercial architects. The luxurious urban flat affords effortless high-rise living with two-bedrooms, four-full-bathrooms, two offices, and over 5,210 square feet. Another perk? Parking for two vehicles is included in the building’s covered garage.

“The residence is ideal for the discerning buyer interested in purchasing a legacy property that offers an unparalleled lifestyle experience in one of the nation’s most captivating cities,” said co-listing broker Adam Moore, of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty, MileHiModern.  “The one-off, custom residence with views of the Rocky Mountains is unique from any other offering in the United States and with Denver’s growth catapulting the city into the international spotlight, the suite is an ideal purchase for either a local or international buyer seeking luxury and sophistication.” The high-rise unit is co-listed by Adam Moore and Peter Blank of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty for $5.8 million.

Perhaps the property description says it best. “The forty-third story flat is among the highest residences west of the Mississippi, and with unencumbered views of the passing day, suite 4300 is more than a residence, it’s an intoxicating lesson in horology. Rockstar architects Chris Davis and Kevin Stephenson of BOSS Architecture partnered with interior designer Richard Lee to create a some befit for a view of this magnitude.”

A commercially inspired chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, custom bamboo cabinetry, two prep sinks, concealed walk-in pantry, and climate-controlled wine cellar would make any home cook excited to whip up a meal, and entertain at the holidays.

The west wing and private master retreat features an en-suite study, walk-in closet, reminiscent of a boutique retailer, and standalone his-and-her bathrooms.

The opposing wing of the flat houses a secondary suite affording guests a private sanctuary, including an ancillary office featuring custom oak bookshelves and cabinetry.

For more information, or a full list of the unrivaled time-saving amenities the Four Seasons Denver lifestyle affords, contact Adam Moore at 303-893-3200.