1560 Blake Street, Penthouse 810

A Historical Perspective

Once the location of Denver's famed Inter-Ocean Hotel, 16 Market Square is a modern solution for an ever-evolving urban landscape.

New Century, New Era

The vision of local developers, Continuum Partners, 16 Market Square was pivotal in Denver's 21st Century renaissance. The award-winning, $58 Million mixed-use project embodies a trifecta of excellence with ground-floor retail, first-class commercial space and twenty-three private, penthouse residences.

Meet Continuum

Timeless Appeal

The elegant residential lobby is symbolic of the quality of life afforded to the homeowners of 16 Market Square.

  • Boutique Arrangement - Only 23 Residential Suites
  • Private - Separate Entrance from Commercial Component
  • Quiet - Setback from the 16th Street Mall
  • Safe - Secure Lobby and Elevator Access
  • Penthouse Living - Exclusive Placement with No Upstairs Neighbors

Open to Conversation

The sensible, modern floorplan is a homeowner's dream. A steady array of Colorado sunshine permeates the heart of the home where the kitchen, dining and living room are fused seamlessly together.

Thoughtful Innovation

Challenging the paradigm of standard condominium kitchen design, the Penthouse offers an abundance of storage, counter top-space and square feet for ease of mobility.

Small Details, Large Impact

  • Granite Countertops
  • Dovetail Drawer Design
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Inset Microwave
  • Four-Burner Gas Range
  • Eat-In Wraparound Peninsula
  • Generous Backsplash Electrical Outlets

Integration Not Segmentation

The unified living area is dynamic. Regardless of your lifestyle and design preference, the flexible floor plan caters to your needs. With room to entertain, you're welcome to shop for the dining table of your dreams.

“A breath of fresh air in the Mile High City, the Penthouse terrace delivers Colorado's quintessential outdoor lifestyle.”

Architectural Brilliance

Clever architectural design creates a desirable outdoor space that is setback not once, but twice, from 16th Street below. The tiered approach offers an urban retreat that is both quiet and private.

Outdoor Living With a View

The over-sized terrace spans the entire width of the main living area creating an al-fresco experience that is rarely enjoyed in Denver.

  • View of the historic and beloved Daniels & Fisher Tower
  • View of the iconic transportation hub, Union Station
  • Brick-Laid Terrace
  • Hard-Plumbed Gas Line for Gas Grill
  • Water Spigot for Potted Plants & Easy Clean-Up

Urban Serenity

The master suite is designed with the homeowner in mind. Facing north, the bedroom receives all the light necessary for an airy feeling. The bedroom offers flexibility with storage solutions; from a free-standing chest of drawers to beautiful built-in cabinets, the possibilities are endless.

Considered Details

  • Wall of Windows
  • Wood Floors Throughout
  • Gas Fireplace
  • Built-in Wardrobe
  • His & Hers Sinks
  • Rainfall Shower Head

Versatility at Your Fingertips

The guest bedroom is a welcomed gift in an urban setting. An ideal second bedroom, the enclosed area can be repurposed as a standalone office, media room or with the installation of a Murphy bed, an appeasing combination of all three.

“The City of Denver is writing yet another chapter and the revitalization of Market Station is the protagonist in our city's tale of maturation into a world-renowned cosmopolitan destination.”

A Glimpse of What's to Come

Encompassing an entire city block, Market Station is the newest full-block redevelopment project downtown. Similar to the Dairy Block, Market Station is replacing an under-utilized degrading plot of land and transforming the space into a mixed-use marvel offering retail, commercial and residential living.

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1600 Market Street Credit: DLR Group & T2 Hospitality

But there's more...

T2 Hospitality, a development company out of Newport Beach, California, has received the go-ahead from the city of Denver to construct a stunning hotel on what was once a derelict parking lot at 16th & Market Street.

Adding Pizzazz

Dubbed the Thompson Hotel, 16 Market Square's newest neighbor adds architecture, design and placemaking to a rapidly changing area of LoDo.

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1637 Blake Street - Proposed - Subject to Change Credit: Shears Adkins Rockmore & T2 Hospitality

The Encore

With excitement building around 16 Market Square, T2 Hospitality is already planning a curtain call. Adjacent to Market Station on Blake Street the developer has submitted a proposal to the city of Denver for a second hotel.

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Welcome to the Neighborhood

Vibrant and active, LoDo remains one of the city's most vital neighborhoods with direct access to retail, shopping and entertainment.

The Details

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Above Grade SF: 1396
  • Parking: Two Parking Stalls
  • Storage: One Storage Closet
  • Additional Notes: Stackable Washer & Dryer

Have a question? Want to chat?

Adam Moore: 303.956.8069 / amoore@livsothebysrealty.com