Preservation & Revitalization
In an effort to both modernize and protect our shared legacy of real estate properties around the metro area, Delwest launched a comprehensive redevelopment initiative during the ‘Great Recession’ of 2008 and 2009. The business model was relatively simple: buying and repurposing distressed assets and portfolios for resale or long-term rental. but the venture itself was thought of as quite bold during a time when financing was extremely hard to come by. Delwest proved its flexibility and mettle by coordinating a network of lawyers, banks and government agencies to create a diverse portfolio of REO homes throughout the metro area.
Each home that we remodeled now includes expansive, light-filled floor plans, state-of-the-art finishes (including marble, chrome, and designer paint), walk-in closets, and full chef’s kitchens with the latest appliances. These homes are perfect for discerning families, couples or singles that love to entertain, display collected artworks or relax in all the comforts a high-end residence has to offer.
Rather than follow the “get it done and get it done cheap” mentality of many Denver-area developers, we take our time with each property, even redoing plumbing, electrical and windows to ensure that residents enjoy the benefits for years to come. By focusing on the infrastructure as much as the aesthetics, Delwest is able to raise the standards of the home to the point of putting our name on it. And that’s a high standard indeed.
Highlights & History
- Hundreds of homes and apartments on the Front Range
- Energy-efficient windows and appliances
- Located in luxury, family-friendly neighborhoods including Park Hill and Cherry Creek
- Walking distance to fine dining, rural trails, parks and other Denver attractions
- Top school districts
- Easy commutes to central Denver locations