41st-floor unit in downtown Four Seasons building tops August home sales

A 41st-level condo in the Four Seasons building downtown was last month’s highest-priced home sale in the Denver metro. (Photos courtesy Kentwood Co.)

A condo unit on the 41st floor of the Four Seasons building downtown sold last month for $5.53 million, locking down the title of priciest August home sale in the Denver metro area.

Public records show that 1133 14th Street, Unit 4100, sold Aug. 15 to health care entrepreneur and philanthropist Rob Salazar.

The three-bed condo had been on the market since October 2018, originally asking $6.25 million.

The 45-story Four Seasons building is Denver’s tallest residential building and fourth-tallest structure overall. Residents of the building have access to the hotel’s amenities, which include a spa, swimming pool, fitness center and resident-only house car.

The 5,100-square-foot condo sold for $5.53 million.

The sale of the 41st-floor unit is one of the priciest transactions at the Four Seasons residences in recent years, trailing only January’s $10.75 million sale of the building’s east-facing penthouse to tech exec Artur Bergman. Also in the top five are the 2017 sales of units 4300 and 3800, which sold for $5.3 million and $5 million, respectively, as well as the $4.5 million sale of unit 3750 in November 2018.

Race car driver Bret Curtis put his Four Seasons condo on the market this year, asking $2 million. But buyers with extra cash also can check out the building’s west-facing penthouse, which is still listed for $13 million.

Address: 1133 14th St., Unit 4100

Sale price: $5.53 million

Stats: The three-bed, four-bath condo offers 5,100 square feet of living space on the 41st floor of the Four Seasons tower.

The unit has three bedrooms and four bathrooms.

The finer things: Completed in 2014, the full-floor condo is decorated with “luxurious” fabrics, imported stone and walnut, the listing said. Large windows throughout the home and a 900-square-foot outdoor patio provide expansive views of the city and mountains.

Buyer: 4100 Four Seasons LLC, an entity created by Robert Salazar, records show.

Seller: Four Seasons Denver – Residence 4100 LLC, an entity created by Larry Mueller, founder and managing partner of Denver-based travel company Cuvee. Mueller purchased the unit in 2012 for $3.1 million, according to records.

Listing agent: Ann Kerr of Kentwood Real Estate DTC

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