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Luxury loft with gorgeous atrium asks $2.5M

Located in the Mile High City

An exterior view of an industrial loft-style building. Small trees line the sidewalk and the loft is a light brick with dark trim. Photos courtesy of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

When you think of high-end lofts, cities like New York, San Francisco, and even Chicago come to mind. But today’s listing comes from Denver, Colorado. With four-bedrooms and five-and-a-half-bathrooms, this loft-style condo is located in the Mile High City’s Lower Downtown neighborhood on Market street, with views of the Coors Field baseball stadium.

The 5,507-square-foot listing features a rare three car attached garage with private stairs leading to the living space. Inside, an atrium garden brings the outdoors in, with tons of natural light from a wall of windows, and amenities like a wood-planked deck, bubbling fountain, and sprinkler system.

The home’s great room sits just off of the atrium, and here you get the must-haves of loft living: 20-foot ceilings, original hardwood floors, and an expansive exposed brick wall. A large kitchen includes two granite center islands and custom cabinetry, and other perks include a fireplace, study, and a master that also opens up to the spa-like atrium.

In New York City a loft of this size would cost well over $10 million. Not so in Denver; 1936 Market Street #U-II is on the market now for $2,500,000.

An atrium has large windows on the left, a corner deck, trees and plants, and a fountain in the corner with stairs going up the opposite side.
The large atrium features a deck, fountain, and views of Coors Field.
The entrance to the atrium from a great room. The great room has wooden floors, a seating area, exposed brick walls, plants, and exposed beams.
The atrium opens up to the great room and the master suite.
A wooden dining set for six on an Oriental rug. A red tiled fireplace sits nearby and the rooms feature exposed brick and wood floors.
The main living spaces in the loft include 20-foot ceilings, wood floors, a fireplace, and exposed brick.
A kitchen with granite counter tops, two large islands, wooden cabinets, wood floors, and stainless steel appliances.
The kitchen features two extra-large islands.
An office has wooden floors, wainscoting, a leather arm chair, and built-in wooden shelves in the rear.
A recently renovated study features built-in wooden shelves.
A bedroom features beige carpeting, a wooden bed with white linens, brick walls, and large windows.
Large windows and exposed brick walls continue in the bedrooms.