You’ll find our blog to be a wealth of information, covering everything from local market statistics and home values to community happenings. That’s because we care about the community and want to help you find your place in it. Please reach out if you have any questions at all. We’d love to talk with you!
Last year was such a success that we want to show our appreciation and THANKS for your continued support of Keenan Real Estate with a 2nd Annual Christmas Mini Photo Shoot. These will be short Christmas minis with the purpose of getting a few great shots to use for a Christmas card or to get an updated family portrait, our treat. Each session will be 15 minutes long and will take place at The Idyllwilde Grand Hall, 22008 E Idyllwilde Dr, Parker CO 80138. There will be several Christmas decorations to make each photo session personalized.
Feel free to sign up here: October 9th
Feel free to sign up here: October 16th
Bill Keenan has had tremendous success finding buyers' homes. He is relentless in his pursuit when clients have specific needs. If you are looking for a home he WILL help .you find one. Give him a call 720-606-3800.
Wishing all you wonderful Moms all the love and happiness you so richly deserve!
Happy Mother's Day
As Coloradans, we love altitude. But why limit ourselves to 5,280 feet when we can be a mile high plus 27 floors up on a killer rooftop? With the weather becoming consistently warmer, it’s time to head up—way up—to the best eating and drinking destinations around. These 12 rooftop bars and restaurants are tip-top spots at which to cheers a Rocky Mountain sunset.
Starting with Denver’s highest open-air rooftop bar, 54thirty is perched atop the Le Méridien hotel. The 20th floor bar, which is named for its altitude at 5,430 feet, is popular (how could the city’s highest al fresco rooftop bar not be?) so get there early or be ready to wait. The space offers oodles of sun during the day, fire pits on chilly nights, and Instagram cred, well, always.
Drink this: There may be no drink more appropriately named than the #Thatviewthough, a mix of vodka, chamomile tea syrup, lemon, and Denver Beer Co.’s Princess Yum Yum raspberry Kölsch.
There’s already a lot going on at Englewood’s Grow & Gather: The former automotive shop now houses a hydroponic farm, urban garden, market, greenhouse, and a restaurant, The Feedery. But one of the best spots to enjoy all that hyper-locally grown produce is on the rooftop, at a table nestled between the greenhouse and grow bed retaining wall. That’s a whole lot of greenery for an industrial stretch of Hampden Avenue. Note: Due to difficulty hiring, the rooftop is closed for the time being, but keep an eye out for a reopening later this summer.
Don’t worry beer geeks, there’s a rooftop for you, too. Tap Fourteen offers 70 Colorado draft beers (and more than 50 Colorado-made whiskeys, because whiskey geeks need love, too) on the rooftop of Hayter’s & Co. The south-facing beer garden is downright dripping in sunshine come summer, so bring the SPF.
Drink this: There are a lot of choices, but check out the Tap Fourteen exclusive, Platt Park Peach Guava Snowdance IPA.
If you’re looking for a change in perspective, try the sky-high Peaks Lounge inside the Hyatt Regency at the Colorado Convention Center. A favorite of local sophisticates and out-of-towners alike, this 27th floor enclosed (but well-windowed) bar offers one of the best vantage points in town. Note: Peaks is currently closed but is expected to emerge from its COVID-19 cocoon at the end of May.
Drink this: End your night with city views and the 27th Floor, a decaf coffee liqueur, crème de cocoa, espresso, vodka, and cream cocktail.
The Source Hotel’s eighth-floor rooftop bar and restaurant, the Woods, is certainly one of our favorite spots to catch the unbeatable duo that is city skyline and mountain views. The wraparound terrace is our favorite perch, but even indoor tables share the views thanks to massive windowed garage doors. And when they’re flung open on nice days, it’s even better.
Drink this: Frosé all day.
When the Golden Mill opened in April, it didn’t just bring west siders more food options, it also added a great rooftop to the Front Range’s already stellar lineup. Boasting views of Table Mountain and the equally iconic Coors Brewery, the rooftop is the best seat in, or should we say on, the house. Besides the very on-trend food (Hot chicken sandwiches! Birria gorditas! Poke!), there’s two self-pour beverage walls serving 50 local craft beers, wines, cocktails, and more.
For complete list visit https://bit.ly/3ewOvgQ
We are so excited for you! I know this move was a lot for you but now you are going to have that beautiful ranch home you've always wanted with a great 3 car garage. Thanks for being so on top of everything. It is such a pleasure working with you. Congratulations!!!
If you are thinking about listing or buying a home give us a call. We promise to exceed your expectations and we will.