Introducing Baseline

Baseline is an up-and-coming neighborhood that sits at the junction of I-25, Northwest Parkway and Baseline Road, in Broomfield, Colorado.  This spot completes the Denver/Boulder triangle with easy access to both locations.  Baseline was designed for people who crave urban living but love the great outdoors.  It will be a walkable community with 145 acres of parks, farms and natural open space, yet filled with everything you need right out your front door.


What makes Baseline different?  
Sustainability lies at the heart of Baseline.  Pollinators allow plants to reproduce, crops to seed, fruit to grow and native landscapes to thrive.  It is with this in mind that the pollinator-friendly ecosystem was developed.  Baseline’s parks and urban gardens were designed to support this and will accompany the pedestrian-cycle friendly trail system throughout the community.

The Butterfly Pavilion will join Baseline as they set the new standard for sustainability.  An 80,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art invertebrate zoo and research center will reside in the heart of Baseline’s Center Street.  A hotel, drafthouse, fitness studio, Adams 12 STEM school, various shops and restaurants are all slated to hold space in the Center District.

 The West Village is a residential area and is currently being built.  KB Homes, David Weekley, Heritage and Thrive Home Builders will develop 186 multifamily homes and Park40 Apartments will offer 313 apartment homes within Baseline.

KB Homes

KB Homes: The Baseline Villas are lower-maintenance attached homes.  There are 5 floorplans ranging from 3-6 bedrooms with private side yards and attached two-car garages, with options for lofts or finished basements.  Starting from the low $400s.

David Weekley

David Weekley: Two single-family home collections- The Peaks and The Pinnacle.   Two story floorplans, ranging from 1,800 to 2,700 square feet with options including first-floor owner’s retreats and rooftop decks on certain plans.  Starting in the mid $400s.

Meritage Homes

Meritage Homes: Townhomes made for modern living, these smartly designed 3-4 bedroom, 3.5 bath homes, from 1,858 to 2,181 square feet, offer a contemporary take on low-maintenance living.  Flexible floorplans.  Energy efficiency is standard.  Starting from the low $400s.

Thrive Home Builders

Thrive Home Builders: DoMore Rows reinvent the rowhome for Colorado.  This solar powered three-story collection comes with a garage-door equipped first-floor flex space- perfect for an artist studio, bike shop or open air entertainment room.  Available with 2-3 bedrooms, an oversized 1 or 2 car garage, from 1,463 to 2,014 square feet.  Starting from the high $300s.

Park40 Apartments

Park40 Apartments: Homes ranging in size from 568 square foot studios to 1,434 square foot 3 bedrooms.  Leasing Spring 2021.


The development of the East Village will follow after the West Village and Baseline’s Center Street are complete.  The East Village will add more residential space which will house more apartments, rental townhomes and affordable housing.  

If Baseline sounds like a community you would like to learn more about, do not hesitate to reach out with any questions! I would love to help however I can. Email me @ Carolyn@5280coloradohomes.net


*All artist renderings c/o Baselinecolorado.com

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What’s Happening Near You

School has started back up, leaves are beginning to turn and snow has even been spotted up on the mountains!  With September on the horizon, we are reminded of how quickly these change of seasons come about.  But there is a lot going on nearby even before the holiday season begins.  Here is a list of some fun things happening in your area!

Broomfield Daysbegins on Friday, September 14, 2018 with a Golf tournament sponsored by Senior Resources of Broomfield and Bingo games sponsored by the Broomfield Lions Club.  Saturday, September 15, 2018 is the main event with activities and entertainment throughout the day including a 5K race, clown contest, parade, trade fair, craft festival, food booths, three stages of entertainment, demonstrations, and great community spirit.  Broomfield Days is at Midway Park from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Broomfield days

Dog Daze at the BaySaturday, September 8th, 9 am- 4 pm.  Bring your dog down to the Bay for a day of excitement.  Fido can jump and play in the summer heat, while coolin’ off with a dip in the pool.  Owners are not allowed in the pool.  Pre-register here to  guarantee your spot and time.

dog daze

Arvada Harvest Festival– Parade begins at 9 am on Saturday, September 8th, events run all weekend long. The Arvada Harvest Festival and Parade commemorate the hearty history of the once primarily farming community of Arvada, Colorado. It is the second longest continuously running festival in Colorado. Beginning in October, 1925 to celebrate the completion of the first concrete road between Arvada and Denver, this community tradition has been overseen by Arvada citizens, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce and the Arvada Jaycees.  Our Festival and Parade stands out from the rest due to our commitment to value for families, old time festival traditions, and an emphasis on free or affordable activities for all.

arvada harvest fest

Lousiville’s 83rd Annual Fall Festival–  Events happening Friday, August 31st until Monday, September 3rd.  Labor Day in Louisville is the biggest community celebration of the year. Don’t miss the chance to come together with friends and neighbors to experience a weekend celebrating the community spirit of Louisville.  The highlight of the weekend for many is the Labor Day Parade which takes over the streets of Downtown Louisville on Labor Day morning. Be sure to try out some of the other fun activities including the Bocce Ball Tournament, Children’s Pet Parade, Homemade Pie Contest and more!

louisville fall fest

Lafayette Brew Fest Saturday, September 8th, 2- 7 pm.  Come and join us for the Lafayette’s Brew Fest featuring craft beers for sale from 25+ breweries.  Explore craft/micro beers one pour at a time!  No entrance fee.  Tickets sold by 4 oz pours.  Visit a variety of restaurant and food booths, wine will also be sold.  Only Service Dogs allowed.

lafayette brew fest