GOLDEN, Colo. — The well-known owner of adult nightclubs across Denver is ready to sell his home of 20 years nicknamed "The Bellagio of Golden" for an asking price of $6.75 million.
The opulent 16,500-square-foot, five-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion features murals on its ceilings, gold flake decoration and columns inspired by hotels in Las Vegas such as the Bellagio and The Venetian Resort.
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Along with running 11 adult nightclubs across six states, including five in the Denver area such as Diamond Cabaret, homeowner Troy Lowrie also serves as CEO of what remains his former public company, VCG Holding Corp., and tells Denver Business Journal nearly 50% of his business's net worth is invested in commercial real estate these days. Lowrie's wife Tenicia is the co-founder of Lucy Sky Cannabis Boutique, which is a retail marijuana shop with locations in Denver and Englewood, according to the company's website.
Work on the Lowrie home at 6729 Bear Point Way began in 1999 and completed on Sept. 11, 2001, Lowrie said, sharing vivid memories of nearly 30 people gathering around the single TV that was set up on the move-in day to watch news coverage of the attacks.
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