So, the Riverfront Park Social Club got together last night at the soon-to-be venerable Rack & Rye. The reason? Well, there were three, really:
1. We all really like the idea of going to Rack & Rye, and, quite awesomely, they were giving away whiskey, really good whiskey.
2. Seeing your neighbors is always fun.
3. The whole thing was for a good cause. Arlen Preblud and his wife, Leigh, started an awesome new organization called We Don’t Waste. It’s a neat idea. Basically, the site is a clearing house for food that’s about to be thrown away but is still good. Food kitchens and other similar organizations can go online and find sources of free food from wholesalers, grocery stores and restaurants. Check it out here.
And, if you want to see a few more pictures of the neighbors and the event, click that little comment button right below this sentence.
ONE Riverfront only has three residences left for sale.
To refresh your memory, ONE is a building where form meets function. It’s steps away from Commons Park, has it’s own Mahogany courtyard, overlooks downtown Denver and Union Station, and provides enough “leg room” with two large bedrooms, a spacious kitchen and living space, and truly embodies the word sleek.
Graze through photos of ONE 304 to see what I’m writing about. This residence is located in a quiet, serene urban environment. The loft overlooks the private courtyard as well as a private park. Three sides of glass surrounding the living and dining room create a sense of open, light-filled space. Modern, sleek finishes appeal to the most sophisticated buyer.