In 1866, Thomas F. Sloan had a vision. He filed homestead papers west ofwith the intention of using the land for farming and ranching. In 1870 while digging a well, his small hole turned into a large lake. In 1881 Manhattan Beach was developed on the lake complete with with roller coasters, a dance hall, and boating for all.
In 1908 the Manhattan Beach structure burned down and was rebuilt as Luna Park. Due to the popularity of Elitche’s and Lakeside, this park was largely abandoned in 1914. A century later, on October 26, 2012, groundbreaking will take place for the new FREAMEWORK at Sloan’s Lake.
From the Web site:
This forward thinking LEED for Homes community, built around a central urban garden/green space consists of 14 town homes from the high $400s, and 8 single-family homes from the low $600s. FRAMEWORK is designed and will be constructed to maximize energy efficiency.
A bit about the team:
Jonathan Alpert was born and raised in Denver, beginning his real estate career in 2003 as a retail broker for SullivanHayes. He then went to work as a project manager for Shea Properties where he specialized in retail development and generated more than $30 million in sales, and constructed more than 1 million SF of commercial space. While working at Shea, Jonathan was exposed to all aspects of real estate development. He perfected his craft over the last 9 years through real world experience and tireless research, Jonathan created Imagine Infill to pursue his dream of building urban, energy efficient, and design driven homes for cultural-creative types, and city dwellers.
Under the Imagine Infill brand, he developed and sold the award-winning Sustainable Stuart, a LEED Gold-certified, two-family residence with many green features, and truly innovative design. Jonathan joined in 2011 to work on a 290 unit apartment project at 15th and Delgany Streets, to be completed in 2013. Jonathan brings a strong passion for sustainable development to Market PartnersTreeHouse Brokerage and Development, and continues to contribute to the positive growth of Denver, one project at time. Jonathan is a LEED AP, and a licensed real estate broker in the State of Colorado.
Clem Rinehart moved to Colorado in 1998, and specializes in premium real estate brokerage and development in urban Denver. Over the past eight years, since he created LoDoLoftGuy.com, Clem has become well known in the Denver brokerage community for his strong, ethical, and client-service approach to selling high-end real estate. Clem’s skills as a transactional real estate broker, and knowledge of the Downtown market are second-to-none.
Clem has been a resident of Riverfront Park since 2005 and is Vice-President of the Creekside Lofts Home Owners Association. He was introduced to the world of real estate development in 2011 when he joined Urban Market Partners to work on a 290 unit apartment project at 15th and Delgany Streets, to be completed in 2013.
Through his years in the Denver real estate world, Clem has honed his sense of what it takes to stand out and rise above the competition in this fast-moving market. As part of TreeHouse Brokerage and Development, he continues to embrace the privilege of contributing to Denver’s growth through brokerage and sustainable urban development. Clem is a licensed employing real estate broker in the state of Colorado and is the Managing Broker of TreeHouse Brokerage and Development.
- Sloan’s Lake Closes To Boaters Early (denver.cbslocal.com)
- Marina renovations complete at Sloan’s Lake Park in Denver (denverpost.com)
- Photos: President Barack Obama speaks at Sloan’s Lake Park in Denver (photos.denverpost.com)
- Bellco Credit Union building 2 new branches (bizjournals.com)
- Obama To Hold Rally At Sloan’s Lake On Morning After Debate (denver.cbslocal.com)
- A different Obama shows up at Denver rally (washingtonpost.com)