Art Exhibition at SugarCube Ultra-Luxury Rental Building Scheduled for April 16th

Posted by Douglas E. Lierle — April 2, 2009

DENVER - (APRIL 1) - Kentwood City Properties and Urban Villages have announced an exciting Art Exhibition at SugarCube on Thursday, April 16, 2009 from 4-7 p.m. The gala exhibit will showcase the talents and works of numerous local and emerging artists in a vibrant LoDo setting. Representatives Sugar Cubefrom Kentwood City Properties and Urban Villages will provide personal tours of the available luxury rental apartments that are listed with Kentwood. Catering and libations are compliments of Three Tops Catering and Left Hand Brewing Company. SugarCube is located at 1555 Blake Street in lower downtown Denver.

“We are very excited about hosting this premier art exhibit at SugarCube in conjunction with Urban Villages,” said Dee Chirafisi, broker associate and co-owner of Kentwood City Properties. “This will be a very fun and festive event for attendees, and whether you’re an avid art connoisseur or not, you will definitely enjoy the outstanding work on display. We also look forward to showing the luxury rental apartments to attendees.”

Artists represented at the exhibit include: Randall Bellows III, Susan Berkley, Roland Bernier, Mark Castator, Graeme Duncan, John T. Ferguson, Dan Hartline, Jonathan Hils, Patrick Marold, Sean O’Meallie, Steve Shachtman, Brenda Stumpf, and Jason Thielke. The art was curated by McGrath and Braun Art Consultants.

SugarCube incorporates timeless design with contemporary urban architecture. The building, designed by KPMB Architects of Toronto, has already won numerous awards, including the Denver Mayor’s Design Award “Greenest of the Green,” the Colorado Construction “Gold Hat Award,” and the University of Denver’s ”Design of the Year” award.

SugarCube offers 37 residences with 32 distinct floor plans of up to 2,265 finished square feet. The one- and two-bedroom apartments showcase stunning mountain and city views, large private terraces and balconies, and a choice of flats and two-story townhome-style units. Residents enjoy Italian cabinetry and fixtures, Bosch and Gaggenau appliances, wide plank walnut and ash floors, limestone and marble baths, and plush wool carpeting. SugarCube includes personalized concierge services at no extra charge, secure underground parking with private elevator access, and an on-site staff available around the clock.

Personalized concierge services ensure that residents have the best of everything at their beck and call. From everyday necessities, such as grocery shopping and dry cleaning, to special arrangements, such as a private gallery showing or international travel, the building’s concierge services elevate living to living exceptionally well. Located at the corner of 16th and Blake, SugarCube is near all the bustling nightlife of LoDo. Residents are within walking distance of numerous restaurants, galleries, theatres, sports, parks, museums, shopping, music venues and more.

For more information on SugarCube and the gala Art Exhibit scheduled for April 16th, contact Dee Chirafisi with Kentwood City Properties at 303-881-6312, or via email at deec@kentwoodcity.com. Additional information is available online at www.sugarcubebuilding.com and www.denverdee.com.

Kentwood City Properties, formed in 1999, is the newest member of The Kentwood Companies, known nationally as Denver’s premier real estate company. The company’s street-front office at the corner of 17th and Wynkoop streets, directly across the street from Union Station, is comprised of nearly 45 of metro Denver’s most experienced real estate professionals serving residential buyers, sellers, and developers. For more information phone 303-820-CITY (2489), and visit online at www.Kentwoodcity.com.

The Kentwood Companies is comprised of Kentwood City Properties, The Kentwood Company at Cherry Creek, and The Kentwood Company in the Denver Tech Center. View all Kentwood listings at www.DenverRealEstate.com.

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