New homes in vibrant Central Denver surrounded by the quiet Willis Case Golf Course
Walk out the door and onto the lush greens of one of Denver’s oldest golf courses. The new 5390’ community sits on one of the highest elevations in Central Denver, bordered on three sides by Willis Case Golf Course, with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains.
Golf with a view
A public/municipal course dating back to 1928, the 18-hole Willis Case Golf Course measures 6,352 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 114 and a 68.9 USGA rating. The course is characterized by sweeping vistas, full-grown stands of trees, sloping fairways and subtle greens. A number of holes are well-bunkered requiring skilled accuracy. Koelbel Urban Homes in the new 5390’ community are just steps from this challenging play.
Quiet, connected 5390’
With the funky former El Jebel Shrine as its centerpiece, the 5390’ community is a mix of contemporary condominiums, paired homes and single-family homes that appeal to those who want to live in the city, but away from driveby traffic. 5390’ sits at the top of Tennyson Street. A destination neighborhood, tucked away from busy roadways and through traffic.
Limited new home offering
Within the sought-after 5390’ community, Koelbel Urban Homes announces the opening of Peak II Lookout, a limited number of modern paired homes.
These low-maintenance homes feature high style, outdoor rooms and spacious garages for golf clubs, bikes, skis, kayaks and other outdoor equipment. Residents can conveniently lock and leave whenever a weekend getaway or an overseas adventure beckons. Every Koelbel Urban Homes project builds in energy efficiency, open floor plans, quality construction and smart designs that hold up over time.
Peak II Lookout Homes:
- 1,772 square feet + 396 basement square feet
- 2 bedrooms/2 baths + powder room
- Rooftop decks
- 2-car garages
- Priced in the mid $600s
One mile from the historic Tennyson Street retail district
The welcoming breweries, cafés, quaint shops, wellness studios, galleries, live music venues and seasonal festivals on Tennyson Street instill a sense of belonging among locals. 5390’ residents can easily walk or cycle to their favorite coffee shops, neighborhood events and people-watching spots along Tennyson Street.
Explore parks, trails and meet ups
Central Denver’s mix of urban excitement and ample public greenery is in full force around 5390’. Residents can explore the scenery and trails around Berkeley Lake, Rocky Mountain Lake Park, Creekside Park, Inspiration Point Park, Sloan’s Lake Park and Berkeley Dog Park – all just minutes from 5390’. For the adventurous, Lakeside Amusement Park and its art deco architecture is right down the street.
An easy commute downtown or up to mountain fun
Just far enough away to be unobtrusive, I-70 provides convenient access to the wonders of the Rockies and a quick commute downtown. Residents are in the middle of everything, but off the beaten path.
Find out more about Peak II Lookout homes from Koelbel Urban Homes at 5390’
Stop by the Koelbel Urban Homes 5390’ sales center at 4605 W. 50th Ave., open Sunday & Monday, 12 – 5 pm, Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm.