DENVER – Kentwood City Properties, one of Colorado’s most accomplished real estate companies, was a recent supporter of the 2017 Union Station Buskerfest festival held June 23-25, 2017. The event featured street performers, live music, film screenings, and much more. Kentwood City Properties hosted the Buskers in its conference room to relax and prepare between performances. Jim Theye (Managing Broker) and Dee Chirafisi, co-founders of Kentwood City Properties, attended the event along with many Kentwood City brokers and staff members. Buskerfest, which Kentwood City helped arrange through Dana Crawford, benefits the Best Youth Arts Program, a Denver-based nonprofit.
“Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for supporting the Buskerfest event,” said Elva Aguilar, Festival Coordinator Intern in an email message to Kentwood City Properties. “Your involvement made it possible for us to invite and showcase talented and creative artists at our second annual festival. We are grateful that Kentwood City Properties chose to participate by providing a portion of the resources for the Buskerfest. Our goal was to benefit Arts Street, the nonprofit program that creates opportunities that nurture and inspire Colorado’s youth.”
“We were very pleased to attend and support the 2017 Buskerfest event at Union Station, which is ideally located across the street from our office,” said Theye. “It’s a great event for a very worthy cause and our company and its brokers have always been dedicated to endeavors that benefit those in need and the residents of Denver in general. We look forward to participating in next year’s Buskerfest.”
Union Station is located directly across the street from the Kentwood City office. As new transportation lines come online and Union Station evolves into Denver’s transportation hub, Kentwood City Properties
Brokers are actively involved on various planning committee to help downtown Denver evolve toward a smart and efficient City Center. Because of their prime office location, the company supports the evolution of DUS as both a transportation and cultural hub for the City.
Committees are working on solutions for the inevitable parking problems associated with growth downtown so people from the suburbs will continue to visit and enjoy all the amenities that characterize Central Denver. Kentwood City Properties has been a key business in LoDo for 18 years and the company will always be actively involved in its development.
“We have always been the Developer’s Choice for expertise in residential developments, both in infill projects and conversions of existing buildings to condos and lofts,” said Theye. “We are on top of the current available inventory and also have insight on many of the newest and most exciting developments in the city. Kentwood City is open seven days a week and we encourage visitors to stop by and say hello to one of our professional brokers to get the inside scoop on all things real estate.”
Kentwood City Properties, formed in 1999, is the newest member of Kentwood Real Estate, known nationally as Denver’s premier real estate company. The company’s street-front office at the corner of 17th and Wynkoop Street, right across from Union Station is comprised of 52 of metro Denver’s most experienced real estate professionals serving residential buyers, sellers, and developers, and commercial real estate services for buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants. For more information phone 303-820-CITY (2489), and visit online at www.kentwoodcity.com or just stop by and visit us across from Union Station.