A few of our favorite highlights of living in Crescendo at Aria include the controlled access living, walking distance to parks, covered parking, 9-foot ceilings with solid core 8-foot entry doors, and private balconies. Crescendo at Aria also features steel frame construction, sound engineer recommended flooring and ceiling to minimize sound, true one-bedroom floor plans, bedrooms large enough to fit a king bed and other furniture, private covered balconies that are deep enough to actually use, two-bedroom homes have enough room for a side by side washer/dryer, hallway windows that allow natural light, only 8 homes per floor and attractive builder/lender incentive for using our preferred lender.
Yes, we love our four-legged friends! Each residence is allowed to have two pets. Note that, as a part of Denver County, Crescendo at Aria falls under Denver’s breed restrictions.
The windows and doors are a limited common element of the building and the responsibility of the HOA.
Yes, homeowners will need a policy for their personal items. This is called an HO6 policy. Most insurance agents can help you with this type of policy.
Your condo will have an electric stove, microwave, refrigerator, and dishwasher. Not included are a washer, dryer, and window coverings.
Denver city ordinance allows gas grills up to a 1-pound tank.
There are two homeowner associations.
(1) The Aria Master Community HOA for 2021 is $16.70 per month for a one-bedroom home and $33.40 per month for a two-bedroom home. The master HOA covers snow removal, grounds maintenance, lighting in that community, insurance, and curb/asphalt repair.
(2) The Crescendo at Aria homeowner’s dues include building insurance, grounds maintenance, water, sewer, snow removal, and trash/recycling. The one bedrooms are $167.29 and the two bedrooms are $231.83 per month.
At the time of the sale, the buyer will be responsible for paying 2 months of working capital to the Crescendo HOA and then 3 months of working capital for the master association.
The AT&T cell site tower is located at 52nd and Zuni. It’s believed to have been part of a system of Long Lines built by the company, but it is mostly used for office space and dispatch now.
No, it is not FHA-approved.
Yes, we do! They have all the details and are ready to work with you to purchase your condo. If you work with our preferred lender you will enjoy an incentive:
Yes, the HOA rules allow the owner to rent the residence as long as it is for a term of 30 days or longer.
Yes, each residence includes a storage space and one parking space in the covered garage on the first floor of the building.
The residences include a fridge, dishwasher, stove, microwave. The washer and dryer are not included but can be added as an additional upgrade for $1885.000
*All of the above appliances have the option to be upgraded to KitchenAid*
The garage has a 8’9” clearance