Golden Triangle | Museum Residences
Internationally Known and Coveted, the Museum Residences are on the Global Map for Outstanding Living in a Major City.
Designed by Famed World Architect Daniel Libeskind, the Museum Residences were Designed to Compliment the Frederic C. Hamilton Building at the Denver Art Museum, also Designed by Libeskind.
Angled Geometry, Floor to Ceiling Glass and Unexpected Shapes Create an Outstanding Luxury Residential Building on the Plaza. Gallery Inspired Living is what the Museum Residences is all about. The Residents also Enjoy a Private Rooftop Deck with Dramatic Views of the City and the Rocky Mountains.
Residence 512 Opens to a Striking Foyer with Floor to Ceiling Glass Overlooking the Plaza Below. High Ceilings, Crisp White Walls and Black Walnut Flooring sets the Stage for the Ultimate Gatherings and Parties. Spectacular Views are Experienced from Every Window—Urban, City, the Denver Art Museum and the Glorious Rocky Mountains. Sunsets and Evenings Brings its own Magic Throughout the Residence.
Outfitted to Perfection with State of the Art Appliances, Materials, Surfaces and Custom Lighting. The Open Floor Plan Engages All. The Only Walls are to Separate the Bedroom Suites.
- Floor to Ceiling Windows Curtain Wall
- Black Walnut Flooring
- Berloni Custom Kitchen
- Carrera Marble Countertops
- Sub Zero Glass Door Refrigeration and Wine Storage
- Carrera Marble Master Bath
- Museum Quality Drywall
- Custom Grade Recessed Lighting
- Custom Built-Ins Throughout
- Automatic Window Shades
- Walk Score of a Zillion
Daniel Libeskind is Internationally Famous and Acclaimed for his Works Including the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the Bremen Philharmonic Hall, the Spiral Extension to the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the Imperial War Museum in Manchester. The Frederic C. Hamilton Building at the Denver Art Museum was the First Libeskind Designed Structure in the U.S.
The Museum Residences are Located in Downtown Denver and are part of the Cultural Complex that Houses the Denver Art Museum, Denver Public Library and just Recently Finished, and Fabulous, the Clyfford Still Museum. Walking Distance to Cafe’s, Restaurants and the City’s Best Art Galleries.
Featured in Modern in Denver Magazine–Fall 2008.
Proudly Co-Listed with Dee Chirafisi, Kentwood City Properties.