Energized by timeless design and stunning architecture, LEGOs were quite literally the building blocks of my real estate career.
As a kid, I meticulously designed houses and stadiums with a menagerie of tiny colored bricks. I spent Saturday mornings with Norm Abram watching This Old House and my parents rewarded good behavior with long drives through Country Club, Belcaro and Wash Park so I could gawk at Denver’s finest architecture. “One day” I’d say.
My insatiable appetite for creative outlets evolved into a love for branding and advertising. I scribbled taglines for fictitious businesses during class, wrote jingles for a kick and built brands for no reason other than to create something new.
I went to school to explore a career in business and graduated Cum Laude from the University of Colorado, Denver with a degree in Communications and an emphasis in Public Relations and Conflict Management.
I received a master’s degree in Determination, Perseverance and Stick-to-it-ness when I tried out for the United States Skeleton Team because “Why not? You only live once.” Armed with zero-experience and an uninspiring athletic résumé I clawed my way to seventh in the nation representing the United States at an international level.
Today, I leverage my love for branding, marketing, design and architecture to tell the story of Denver’s most beloved properties.
“Every residence has a colorful history and a unique story to tell – sharing a home’s alluring qualities, whether in words or in-person, is romantic.”
My commitment to my craft, both in advertising and relationships, has afforded me the opportunity to represent a number of Denver’s finest properties all while setting industry records in the process.
I enjoy dreaming up new and innovative ways to market my client’s residences. For me, the pleasure is in the details.
“A successful strategy extends far beyond simply placing a residence in the MLS and waiting for a buyer. Buyers want to be seduced and the process of seeing that to fruition is incredibly intoxicating.”
Maintaining authenticity, a sense of humor and a calm demeanor in what is otherwise a high-pressure sales environment has been invaluable to my success thus far.
If you’re thinking of buying or selling a residence, I'd like to meet you.
Leveraging the power of social media and in-depth analysis a resource was created for prospective buyers to explore Denver's newest hi-rise development. In total, Adam represented twelve buyers, or 4% of the market-rate residences, in The Coloradan advising in every step of the process from concept through closing.
1133 14th Street, Suite 4300
Two weeks after listing the residence the home was placed under contract and sold soon thereafter setting multiple records including the first condo in Denver’s history to re-sell for more than $5.000M and the first condo to re-sell for more than $1,000 per square foot.
1200 Acoma Street, Penthouse 604
Recognizing the architectural significance of the residence a thoughtful strategy was employed to achieve a record sales price. Penthouse 604 became the highest price re-sale ever recorded in both the Museum Residences and the Golden Triangle neighborhood.
55 W. 12th Avenue, Suite 409
Expounding on the marketing strategy employed for Penthouse 604, Suite 409 was positioned as a value opportunity within an architectural icon. The property sold for $561 PSF becoming one of only five properties in the history of the Golden Triangle to do so.
1750 Wewatta Street, Suite 1724
Taking advantage of industry networking, an off-market opportunity was discovered. Through swift negotiations an agreement between the buyer and seller was reached and the client purchased their preferred residence without market competition.
1750 Wewatta Street, Suite 934
The Coloradan has quickly become one of Denver's most sought after residential buildings. Using the power of storytelling and one-on-one tours a buyer was located and Suite 934 became one of the first re-sales within the high-rise community.
1768 Blake Street
Seeking a fresh sales strategy for their residence which had previously been marketed for more than a year, the seller switched brokers. Within forty-five days of listing the home the property was placed under contract.
1645 E. Layton Drive
After developing a targeted marketing campaign the residence garnered a contract within fourteen days of launching the property. The home sold for $813 PSF; a record price per square foot in Old Cherry Hills and the third highest price per square foot above grade for a home in The Villages in the past five years.
31 Albion Place
Marketed by multiple brokers over the course of four and a half years, a fresh approach was introduced yielding a buyer within thirty days of repositioning the residence.
228 Monroe Street
The final residence of four new-construction townhomes in Cherry Creek North, a thoughtful and methodical plan was employed to assist the buyer and seller in reaching a mutually beneficial outcome.
229 Alder Lane
Looking for a new marketing strategy, the seller made a brokerage change. After reintroducing the residence, the home was placed under contract within sixty days. The residence marked the third highest priced sale in the neighborhood’s history behind two properties that each had more than ten times the amount of land.
Wash Park Residence
Introducing a new marketing campaign, the residence sold for the third highest price per square foot in Wash Park’s history and the highest price per square foot for a residence not adjacent to the park.
1050 Buffalo Ridge Road
Working with the client to identify a strict set of parameters, a strategic, systematic plan was employed. Prospective properties were carefully evaluated before securing the ideal residence that met the client’s needs and expectations.
9391 E. Winding Hill Road
Electing to build a custom home, careful consideration was given to lot positioning, the floor plan as well as extensive exterior and interior finishes. The result is a functional, beautifully designed residence that meets the clients' individual needs while aligning with the rest of the neighborhood.