Most Expensive Condos for Sale in Denver Right Now

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One reason that it's so difficult to find a budget apartment in Denver is because the vast majority of new complexes being built these days are aimed at the luxury market.

The results of these projects can be spectacular, as shown by the following photos and descriptions of the five most expensive condominiums for sale in Denver right now.

But despite their beauty, not to mention terrific locations in some of the Mile High City's most exciting areas, these high-ticket items aren't being snapped up at the rate they once were. As proof, note that the second-most-costly place on view here was part of a spotlight on Denver's most expensive homes for sale that we published in December 2017.

The prices for these properties as documented on Zillow, our source for this post, begin at $4.45 million for the number-five selection and more than $10 million for number one — and both happen to be in the Four Seasons building, on the 1100 block of 14th Street.

One of the condos has only been available for a couple of weeks, while others have lingered for months after first being put up for sale. Indeed, the price for the fourth joint was cut by $399,000 back in August — but it can still be yours.

Take a look around below by way of Zillow photos plus links and text from the original listings.
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