Boulevard One is the new neighborhood under development in Lowry. You’ve probably noticed the construction on the 70-acre site at Quebec and Lowry Boulevard. Formerly known as the Buckley Annex, the urban-inspired Boulevard One neighborhood is the last new development in Lowry. Bounded by First Avenue (north), Quebec Street (east), Park Heights and East Archer Place (south) and Monaco Parkway (west), the Lowry Redevelopment Authority is converting this parcel of land into a mixture of single-family homes, row homes, apartments and commercial spaces. Built on the concept that most of us don’t need bigger living spaces, just smarter ones, Boulevard One features energy efficient homes, main-floor masters and outdoor community spaces. About 800 residential units, four parks, a community plaza and commercial spaces will be added to Lowry. For more information on Boulevard One, including site maps and a video about the new development, visit the Boulevard One website.
New streets are finished and the construction of parks is underway, single-family home lots are ready for new homes. The first five single-family home builders have been selected: Infinity, Berkeley, Harvard, Wonderland and New Town. Ground breaking for row homes is slated for later this year. Lowry residents who are interested in details, have feedback or concerns can attend design review meetings, review the Boulevard One Design Guidelines and even watch live construction cams on the Boulevard One website.
More builders will be selected this year. To stay in the loop, you can register for email updates.
While Boulevard One will be a part of Lowry, sharing parks, recreation, and amenities along with a rich history, Boulevard One will have its own Master Association and will not be a part of the Lowry Community Master Association (LCMA).