If you spend more time driving than doing what you love, you can change that. Be closer to work, to parks, to entertainment venues and to everything else that makes living in one of Denver’s distinctive urban neighborhoods both convenient and exciting. By purchasing a new home in an established Denver community, you can park your car and walk to the light rail station as well as stroll to local eateries, pubs, grocers, gathering spaces and parks.
Koelbel Urban Homes builds modern, contemporary homes in Denver’s most connected urban communities: the Santa Fe Arts District, Lowry’s Boulevard One in Lowry, 5390’ in Berkeley, Cheesman Park and Sloan’s Lake.
Come take a look at our urban-inspired designs that stretch out into sunny interiors, open floor plans, some main-floor masters, generous outdoor rooms and rooftop decks, flex spaces and attached garages. This is modern, lock-and-leave convenience in a vibrant urban setting.
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Urban Excitement and Lakefront Tranquility
Almost no other urban community delivers so much only steps from your front door. SloansEdge townhomes are just across from the trails and water adventures at Sloan’s Lake Park, and near exciting hotspots in Edgewater and Highlands Square. These sleek, modern town homes start in the $600s.
Modern Townhomes at Quitman & W. 17th Ave.
A Neighborhood Above It All
Perched at one of central Denver’s highest elevations, the 5390’ community gives you expansive views of the Front Range and the greenery of Willis Case Golf Course. Just down the hill is the bustling historic Tennyson Street shopping district. These smart, urban-inspired paired homes start in the mid-$600s.
Urban Golf Course Living in Berkeley
CityHomes at Boulevard One
Live Life on Your Terms
At the center of the award-winning Lowry neighborhood, your Boulevard One townhome is a quick jump to Cherry Creek North, downtown Denver and the airport. Closer to home, you’ll step out to a thriving urban corridor, complete with walk-to cafés, Lucky’s Market, boutiques, parks and mass transit. The high-style Orion series begins in the $600s, and the contemporary Matador series is priced in the mid-$800s.
Walkable City Neighborhood in Lowry
CityHomes at Lincoln Park
The Art and Soul of Denver
Live surrounded by the unique venues, great galleries, eclectic cuisine and fun gathering spots that make this historic Denver neighborhood so inviting. Modern residences at CityHomes at Lincoln Park put you steps from urban energy, plus close to trails, parks and light rail. Starting in the $500s.
In the Santa Fe Arts District
Wrapped Around Central Denver’s Urban Vibe
On the inside, you’ll find modern sensibilities and energy efficiency. From the street, you’ll see architecture that echoes this stately neighborhood. All just blocks from Cheesman Park, Denver Botanical Gardens and the shops and eateries on Colfax. Starting in the $800s.
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