In Denver's crowded, competitive real estate market, getting a call from a man who says he's interested in purchasing eight prime units is nothing to sneeze at. Not even after it becomes clear that the man is calling from the Immigration and Naturalization Services detention center in Aurora -- where he's a resident, not an employee. So last January, Katie Everett, the Re/Max Classic agent representing Beauvallon, sent a brochure for the elegant, pricey project on Lincoln Street -- whose website promises that this is "where you will work, play and indulge your passions" -- to... More >>>