Koelbel Urban Homes
has launched pre-sales for 5390'
, a new community in Northwest Denver that includes 51 homes in the Berkeley neighborhood.
At an elevation of 5,390 feet -- one of the highest points in the metro area -- the community is adjacent to the municipal Willis Case Golf Course
with easy access to downtown and the Rocky Mountain corridors, as well as the Tennyson Street District.
"We are always looking for urban infill projects that are going to improve upon Denver's already great neighborhoods and embrace their individual history and identity," said Buz Koelbel, Koelbel and Company president. "Our community at 5390' combines an ideal location with impeccable views and blends seamlessly into the backdrop. It will offer people the rare chance to purchase a brand-new home in an older neighborhood that has been popular for decades."
Designed by KGA Studio Architects
, exterior architectural styles range from Craftsman and prairie to mid-century modern. Pricing for new homes ranges from the low $700s to just over $1 million. Floor plans range from 1,800 square feet to 3,200 square feet, plus the option for a finished basement. All homes include two-car garages and incorporate outdoor living spaces as essential elements for daily living.
The area is being brought back to life with the renovation of the historic El Jebel Shrine building, a unique landmark within the community that will soon become condos. Much of the iconic facade and character will be preserved in the process.
"We have had so much positive feedback from people who live in the area from the architecture to the overall concept," says Carl Koelbel, vice president of Koelbel and Company, overseeing Koelbel Urban Homes. "It is hard to replicate this site anywhere in Denver, so we are making sure to do it right."
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