“We felt that Lakehouse was a unique opportunity in Colorado to craft midrise living on a waterfront setting,” said NAVA CEO Trevor Hines in a statement.
“With the dry climate here, people are strongly attracted to water because there’s so little around. We felt it was a chance to build something special and iconic, and we feel we have a product that will be very appealing to many buyers,” Hines said.
In addition to Sloan’s Lake, residents will have an open sky pool, hot tub and mist lounge overlooking the lake There’s also expected to be a 7,000 square-foot wellness center, expansive treetop sundeck, organic urban farm and produce program, juice bar and fitness studio.
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