Judy Fahrenkrog has joined Mile Hi Modern and Liv Sotheby's Realty as a broker associate specializing in change and living the life you deserve.  As a recognized and experienced leader in the Denver area real estate market, Judy specializes in lifestyle and life transitions.  Now is the time to make the change and live the good life.  Now is the time to live a mile high, to live modern.  

Mile Hi Modern - The Coolest Homes In Town
LIV Sotheby's International Realty
255 Clayton Street, Denver, Colorado 80206

Judy is a fourth generation Coloradoan and third generation product of the Denver Public schools and the University of Colorado.  Her storied career in the Denver area real estate industry spans 35 years, focusing on  luxury markets and communities from Castle Pines Village to Cherry Creek North.  Her strength as a professional is her commitment to the greater Denver area and her involvement and interest in the arts and not for profit organizations.  Some of the events that Judy has chaired are the Denver Ballet Guild's Le Bal de Ballet, the Central City Opera House Association's Yellow Rose Ball and L'Esprit de Noel Home Tour in Castle Pines Village and volunteer and board positions with Warren Village, Kappa Kappa Gamma, the CU Buff Club, the CU Foundation and the CU Real Estate School.  Judy's commitment to Denver and Colorado directs her path to living through change, and living the good life.
Whether you are new to the Denver area or looking towards a lifestyle change, Judy stays connected long after the closing table introducing clients to a Mile Hi Modern life enjoying venues from  the Denver Art Museum's recognized exhibits to the Botanic Gardens summer concerts, the hip restaurant scene, sports scene or an introduction to the Colorado Opera or  Ballet!   Contact Judy and Get started in living the life you deserve!

Downtown Denver
Denver is home to many nationally recognized museums, including a new wing for the Denver Art Museum by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the second largest Performing arts center in the nation after Lincoln Center in New York City and bustling neighborhoods such as LoDo, filled with art galleries, restaurants, bars and clubs. That is part of the reason why Denver was recently recognized for the third year in a row as the best city for singles. Denver's neighborhoods also continue their influx of diverse people and businesses while the city's cultural institutions grow and prosper.
Denver Broncos
A home game tradition (carried over from the original Mile High Stadium) is the "Incomplete Chant". At Bronco home games, when the opposing team throws an incomplete pass, the stadium announcer will state "Pass thrown by the (opposing quarterback) intended for the (opposing intended receiver) is..." at which time the fans complete the chant by saying "in-com-plete!" This is followed by the infamous "sad trombone" sound effect. The stadium has sold out every Denver Broncos home game since it's inception in 2001, carrying over the "sell-out" tradition from Mile High Stadium, where every home game had been sold out since 1970.
Botanic Gardens
The Denver Botanic Gardens is a public botanical garden located in Denver, Colorado in the Cheesman Park neighborhood. The 23-acre (93,000 m2) park contains a conservatory, a variety of theme gardens and a sunken amphitheater, which hosts various concerts in the summer. Woody Allen's 1973 movie Sleeper filmed some scenes at the gardens.
The Japanese Garden at the Denver Botanic Garden is called Shofu-en -- the Garden of Wind and Pines. It was designed by Koichi Kawana.
Art Museum
The museum has nine curatorial departments: architecture, design & graphics; Asian art; modern and contemporary; native arts (American Indian, Oceanic, and African); New World (pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial); painting and sculpture (European and American); photography; Western art; and textile art. The architecture, design and graphics department opened its first permanent galleries in 1993. Changing exhibitions drawn from its collection of fine and decorative arts are displayed on the sixth floor, featuring pre-1900 European and American decorative arts. 20th-century design galleries are located on the second floor.
Pepsi Center
The Pepsi Center hosted the 2001 NHL All-Star Game, the 2001 Stanley Cup Finals, and the 2005 NBA All-Star Game. From 2004–2006, the center has hosted the Mountain West Conference men's basketball tournament. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men's ice hockey Frozen Four West Regional was hosted on March 24 and March 25, 2007. The Centrix Financial Grand Prix of Denver was held in the parking lot from 2002 to 2006.
Colorado Skiing
Don't be fooled: Aspen may be the winter playground of the rich and famous, but it's much more down-to-earth than you think - and much more affordable, too. Most people don’t come to the Aspen/Snowmass mountain resort area to hobnob with celebrities - though you can easily run into the likes of "Bobby" De Niro or Lindsey Vonn on the slopes. Visitors come to ski - and if your know where to go, you can ski for free. Aspen/Snowmass has the largest free Nordic skiing system in the U.S. It's a great alternative to downhill skiing and won't cost you a dime.