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In December of 2017, Lori Greenly retired from a twenty-five year career in banking to launch Denver High-Rise Living. After spending the last fifteen years in private wealth management, Lori, and the financial institutions she represented, became heavily involved in the Denver condominium market.

Using a combination of her investment and finance background along with her real estate license and expertise, Denver High-Rise Living founder, Lori, has a vision to carry out her passion to educate others about individual condos and the market as a whole.

Her current venture and new business in the Denver condominium market brings a level of expertise and understanding of buying and selling condos. Just think everything condo: living, investing, selling, financing, developing, insuring….

Her Degrees in Psychology and Business Management (with emphasis in organizational management) along with her licenses; securities, mortgage, real estate, have provided her with the ideal foundation for developing mutually beneficial relationships. While her greatest strength has always been in connecting people and their businesses, it’s her passion for people and their personal growth that has created the long-term friendships, especially in Denver, CO.

One of Lori’s biggest life-changing decisions was in 1991 when she moved from a small town in North Dakota to Colorado where she fell in love with the quintessentially beautiful Colorado scene and its people. Proudly calling Colorado her permanent home. Lori started the non-profit Charity Gift Bank and has been involved with Rocky Mountain Micro Finance, Angel Eyes, Safehouse Denver and the Children’s Grief Education Association, Phillipi, Women With A Cause, Heart and Hand, along with many other organizations. Her most recent efforts have been in collaborating with local law enforcement, Denver agencies and local non-profits to ensure Denver is a safe and enjoyable space for all neighbors, including the unhoused. With key focus on; mental health, addiction, homelessness and crime, her goal is to make sure these 4 areas are each focused on separately. Just because someone is homeless does not mean they are a criminal or even mentally ill or addicts. To care for everyone, we need to see each person individually. These efforts started with the homeowners of the Coloradan condos “Safe, Clean & Compassionate,” and carried over to her board position at Lower Downtown Neighborhood Association where she chaired the newly adopted committee “Safe, Clean & Compassionate.” Today she continues her efforts with Citizens for a Safe & Clean Denver.

Her inspiring community service and professional leadership has been motivated by her belief in leading by example, but nothing drives her commitment to that philosophy more than her role as parent of two talented daughters; one who was born and raised here until her recent move to Chicago for a professional opportunity and the other who is on the dance team at CU Boulder today.