I am Dan Polimino with Colorado Dream House and this week’s market update for the week of September 20. All right everybody eat your heart out, this past week I have the pleasure of getting an advance preview of the Four Seasons hotel, and in Four Seasons in downtown Denver, and if you’re familiar with the Four Seasons resorts then you’re accustomed to the elegance, the service, the amenities and the appointments, it’s all fantastic. It’s really living the good life. If you are new to the Four Seasons, well then I think you’ll be blown away. If you have an opportunity to come to Denver check it out.

The building is 45-storeys tall and it’s broken up this way, the first 17 floors are for the hotel and hotel guests. Floors 18 through 45 are all private residences. There’s a 102 units between those floors, they’ve got about half of them sold already which is pretty amazing in this economy. But the great thing is that it’s just an incredible property. The layouts are great, the location is great. It’s right on 14th street directly across from the Denver Performing Arts Center and the Convention Center and when you get up on those upper floors I was on the 30th and the 35th and so forth, the views are just magnificent, and it really doesn’t matter what side of the building you’re on, you’ll either have an incredible full front range view of the Colorado mountains or you’ll have a full view of downtown and some units have a little bit of both. You can’t miss on the views and they have huge balconies.

So a really good outdoor living space, and yes, they’re appointed nicely but let’s face it, you’re not paying top dollar real estate in Colorado for the granite counter-tops at the Four Seasons, you’re paying top dollar real estate at the Four Seasons because of the service, the service and the service.

They’ll do just about anything at the Four Seasons. You want them to walk your dog, they’ll do it three times a day. You need food brought up, they’ll do it. You needed to stock your fridge, they’ll do it. How about making your bed, taking your dry cleaning down, doing your laundry, they’ll do it all. They’ll park your car, you got your own private entrance for the personal residences, you have your own full time (00:02:13) which are available too at all times and of course you have all the SPA and the amenities that go along with the hotel, its really a great property.

So you’re in Denver by all means come and check out, stay at the hotel. If you’re interested in purchasing a residence at the new Four Seasons which opens October 19th, contact me at ColoradoDreamHouse.com. Have a great week!

Dan is a premier internet marketing and online real estate marketing expert. In fact, he works as a consultant and teaches other real estate agents about using the latest technology for real estate business. Dan also speaks professionally to companies such as ReMax, Sotheby’s, and Hilton on Internet marketing.

A member of the Denver Board of REALTORS, he has bought and sold Denver real estate – for his clients and himself – for more than 12 years. Dan produces a well-known Colorado real estate blog and writes a regular column for The Denver Post.

His professional sales and marketing experience spans 26 years in Denver, New York and Florida. Dan holds a BS degree in Broadcast Journalism and Psychology from Syracuse University. He is married and has two children. Fitness and health, running, skiing, and golf are his favorite hobbies.

Working with Dan Polimino and his Colorado real estate team affords clients an unparalleled experience. He limits his client roster to small groups of buyers and sellers at any given time so that each client gets his undivided attention. Known as a “bulldog” during negotiations, Dan makes it a priority to get his clients what they want. Plus, he goes the extra mile to create opportunities through strategic networking, online marketing, and innovative ideas to connect buyers and sellers.