Four Seasons Private Residences Denver
It is 3:00 p.m. on yet another sunny May afternoon in Colorado’s mile high city. Chris Norton is walking the perfectly finished hardwood floor of a 3,500 square foot apartment some thirty floors up in the Four Seasons Private Residences Denver. The view from this lofty and pricy overlook is quite spectacular. It includes mountains, the full complement of Denver’s many sports stadiums and arenas, and—if one could see with the finest detail through trees, buildings, overpasses and neighborhood hedges—a very large number of “FOR SALE” signs and foreclosure placards. It is 2010 and property sales in Denver, like the rest of the country, are in the toilet.
Yet here is Chris, real estate marketing specialist, on his way to selling another multi-million-dollar condominium at full price carrying with it, a near $100,000 annual strata fee.