Saturday, June 4th • 11 am – 2 pm • Checker Square

Whether you’re biking, hiking, running or walking, we invite you to Take to the Trails! This Saturday, June 4th (National Trail Day) join us at Checker Square for our annual Take to the Trails event. We’ll celebrate with food, music, bike-inspired fun and lots more.

Pick a trail, any trail, and head on down. While you’re here, you can: 

We can’t wait to see you there!

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Today, McWhinney and AHV Communities (AHV) announced they will be co-developing Built-for-Rent homes at McWhinney’s 1,100-acre Baseline community in Broomfield, and at Kinston, within its 3,000-acre Centerra master-planned community in Loveland. McWhinney and AHV Communities solidified their Built-for-Rent® partnership this month and expect to break ground on 240 homes within Centerra’s Kinston community this year and have plans to deliver 242 homes at Baseline.

“In Colorado’s extremely competitive home-buying market, built-for-rent homes are a great option for those who aren’t ready to buy or need something larger than an apartment home,” said Ray Pittman, President & CEO at McWhinney. “We’re excited to partner and develop these new home offerings with AHV Communities. They have a strong track record of creating quality rental homes across numerous states, and together we will provide new options for future residents interested in our highly sought-after Baseline and Centerra master-planned communities.”

Baseline plans to offer the Finley rental townhome in Parkside West located east of Sheridan Boulevard. The Finley floor plan averages just under 1,400 square feet and is anticipated to open in early 2023. A second built-to-rent home option, the Grayson floor plan, averaging 1,800 square feet is anticipated to be available late 2023.

Baseline serves as Colorado’s first Pollinator District and is prominently located at the junction of I-25, Northwest Parkway (E-470) and Highway 7/Baseline Road in Broomfield. Baseline is quickly evolving as a new economic mixed-use community that completes the Denver/Boulder triangle. McWhinney’s development plans call for approximately 9,200 home options and up to 8 million square feet of commercial at full build out.

Kinston has plans to launch the VellaTerra paired-home floor plan offering approximately 1,345 square feet of space and is anticipated to be available early 2023. Kinston is McWhinney’s newest residential village located on the east side of the award-winning, Centerra master-planned community in Loveland. At full buildout, Kinston plans to deliver 2,800 estimated home sites to help meet the growing demand for northern Colorado residents and will become a part of Centerra’s Certified National Wildlife community.

“Our team is excited to co-develop these new communities along the Front Range with McWhinney,” said Mark Wolf, founder and CEO of AHV Communities. “Not only will these two new communities help address heightened demand for quality rentals in the region, but they also mark our company’s entrance and expansion into the Colorado market, as well as highlight the heightened activity within our current $1.2 billion pipeline, which encompasses 15 communities and 3,000 units across numerous states.”

The Finley and Grayson at Baseline and VellaTerra at Centerra Built-for-Rent® home communities will be AHV‘s first in Colorado. Like all AHV Communities, the rental homes will be managed and maintained onsite to ensure top customer service to prospective and current residents. Additionally, each community will be outfitted with an enviable suite of onsite, exclusive amenities including a pool, fitness center and a community center to gather. Additional amenities spread across the communities are planned to include outdoor spaces and game courts, barbeque and picnic areas, spa jacuzzies, bike rooms and conference rooms.

Whether down-sizing from a single-family home or upsizing from an apartment, these new townhomes and paired homes are the right-sized solution. Perfect for anyone who is not ready to buy but also not willing to settle. Townhomes in the Finley neighborhood of Baseline’s Parkside West village, offer almost 1,400 square feet of brand-new, beautifully designed, fully equipped, zero-maintenance, amenity-rich living, anticipated to open in early 2023. Future announced paired homes are also planned in the Grayson neighborhood, also in Parkside West, providing a near identical list of advantages and bit more room at close to 1,800 square feet. Grayson is aiming for a late 2023 opening. 

Co-created by AHV Communities in partnership with Baseline’s developer, McWhinney, both Finley and Grayson Built-for-Rent® offerings are envisioned as neighborhoods unto themselves within Parkside West. These maintenance-free home offerings will each have a look and feel of their own and lifestyles benefitting Colorado’s socially active, outdoor oriented ethos. Your future lease will provide exclusive access to a suite of amenities, including a pool, hot tub, fitness center, sport courts, picnic areas, bbqs, and a community center. In other words, you will always be able to get some exercise, get some relaxation and engage with your neighbors.

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In 2026, the Butterfly Pavilion will unveil their state-of-the-art new facility at Baseline. A 81,000-square-foot invertebrate zoo and research center dedicated to the smallest of creatures. 

The Butterfly Pavilion has been a Colorado institution since 1995, sharing the fascinating and essential world of invertebrates with all, in the most wonderful ways. (May we interest you in holding a live tarantula?) Their new home in Broomfield will allow them to expand not only their visitor capacity and educational reach, but also their research capabilities. 

Did you know the Butterfly Pavilion has had a big part in Baseline’s planning? 

Thanks to collaboration with their invertebrate scientists, Baseline is the world’s first Pollinator District™. Meaning pollinator-friendly landscapes and practices provide healthy habitat for birds, bees, butterflies and other essential wildlife. 

Also, did you know that 97% of the world’s species are invertebrates? So it’s about time these small yet abundant creatures, that are essential to healthy ecosystems and a healthy bio-diverse planet, got a new home.

Let us count the ways.
There is so much to love about Broomfield, Colorado, where do you even start? With a list, of course. The tricky part was narrowing it down to our top 7 (out of a possible 42,000 or so) but we managed to trim a little here and there so it’s an easily digested baker’s half-dozen. Bon appétit. 

Colorful face wall mural Broomfield, CO
Art & Culture
Creativity is everywhere. Between Broomfield’s Art in Public Places, and a Creative Network of fine and performing artists – supported by Creative Broomfield – and the draw of nationally recognized artists and artisans to the Broomfield Days celebration, plus Front Range sunsets that’ll inspire one to take up painting, there is much for the right side of your brain to find stimulating.

Commerce & Livelihood
Major employers like Ball Aerospace, CenturyLink and Vail Resorts offer career opportunities in Mechanical Engineering, Software Engineering and Operations Management. For those with an entrepreneurial spirit, Broomfield’s well-educated workforce, and deep, early adopting consumer base makes it a great place to incubate and grow your own company. In fact, at Baseline, your place of business can be a competitive advantage in attracting and retaining top talent.

Hands holding beer and wine glasses in the air cheersing.
Restaurants & Breweries
Often, when you live or work outside of an urban area you’re limited to the usual lineup of corporate eateries, each with plenty of flair and their own take on a deep-fried onion. We enjoy these places as much as the next guy, however, in Broomfield there are plenty of great local restaurants and breweries as forward-thinking chefs and brew masters look to feed an audience hungry (and thirsty) for something fresh. Some of our favorite local places include 4 Noses Brewing Co, Rails End Beer Co, Artista Deli & Coffee and Hickory & Ash just to name a few.

A young boy spends a quiet up close moment with an Owl butterfly
Outdoor Recreation & Attractions
So. Much. To. Do. Broomfield has an extensive trail system – including miles paved trails for road cyclists and rolling single track for mountain bikers to dig their knobby tire into – that accesses expansive protected open lands featuring spectacular Flatirons and Longs Peak views. There is also McKay Lake Bike Park, in case you want to get a little air under your tires. Instead of handlebars you can grip a golf club at any of several great courses or Topgolf. Swim or slide at Bay Aquatic Park or hold Rosy the tarantula at Butterfly Pavilion. Then, at Broomfield Community Park, there’s a lighted sports field, batting cages, an outdoor pool, playgrounds and some of the city’s best events. And that’s just a small sample of the fun you can have, with even more great opportunities coming to Baseline in 2025, including the Butterfly Pavilion in its new home.

Photo of Prospect Ridge Academy, a K-12 charter school in the Adams 12 School District available to Baseline residents
Schools & Smarts
Broomfield is served by both the highly rated Jefferson County and five-star Adams 12 School Districts, plus, some great charter schools. Notable schools include Prospect Ridge Academy, a K-12 charter next door to Baseline, and Adam’s 12’s Thunder Vista K-8, also next door. A planned on-site Adams 12 STEM school will add yet another option. Just 20 miles to the west, University of Colorado at Boulder provides academic energy. Meanwhile, the Broomfield lifestyle inspires natural curiosity that leads to lifelong learning. 

Location, Location & Location
Broomfield is convenient to Boulder and Rocky Mountain National Park via Baseline Road, Interlocken and Flatiron Crossing via the Northwest Parkway, and Denver International Airport via E-470. Yet, if you’ve read to all the way to here, you know that Broomfield is a pretty great place to be. So, we recommend simply staying put, pouring a fresh, local microbrew and watching the sunset over the Front Range.

Exterior photo of a row of David Weekley Homes available in Baseline.
Baseline & The Future
Broomfield is up-and-coming as a city. Baseline is a big part of that, a sustainable new community that breaks the suburban model. Baseline adds even more places to go and things to do with miles of trails, acres of parks and natural open space and recreation. Baseline’s town center district will bring more shops, restaurants and offices, which will pull the economic center of gravity farther north and east and forming the third point on the Denver/Boulder triangle. Finally, Baseline’s diverse new home offerings invite a more diverse mix of people to live in this exceptional city. In other words, Baseline is a good sign of things to come in Broomfield. And we couldn’t be more excited about the future.

Over the past couple of years, more Americans have taken a fresh look at the basic elements of their lives — including where they’ve chosen to live. If you’re one of the many who are re-evaluating your current home, it’s a good idea to consider what values are important to you, and what kind of lifestyle you really want.

Where you choose to live says a lot about you — and makes a huge difference when it comes to how you live your daily life.

Questions to ask yourself:

If you answered yes to all of these questions, what you’re looking for is a thoughtfully-designed and planned urban village like the Baseline community in Broomfield, Colorado. Situated about 20-25 minutes from Denver and Boulder, Baseline is not your typical suburban development. The master-planned community will be part dining district, part business hub, part science campus — and an entirely new way to live.


Baseline’s intentional community plan will integrate sustainability throughout many aspects of its design, such as:

“Our healthy living goals and sustainability program are interrelated,” said Kyle Harris, general manager, Baseline. “We’ve baked sustainability into the design — the block network, walkable streets, trails and parks are intentionally designed. We want people outside enjoying Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine.”

Variety and versatility

The diverse housing options available at Baseline can suit people at every stage of life and different price points, with homes for everyone including single professionals, young families, empty nesters and more.

You can choose from:

Education and community

Within the community will be innovative educational opportunities both for K-12 students and for continuing, lifelong education. Some of the current and planned educational hubs include:

The future Center Street District amenities of local dining and retail options, along with great outdoor spaces for gathering, walking and riding, means it’s much easier for residents to engage and interact, forming an authentic community.

So if you’re looking for a new lifestyle and a whole new way to live — with a gorgeous view of the Rocky Mountains as a bonus — check out all of the options at Broomfield, Colorado’s new Baseline community on Facebook and Twitter.

It’s that time of year again. With the holiday season comes that delicate balance of busyness and reflection. With a renewed focus on the priorities that matter most, we also look hopefully to the future, setting goals not just for ourselves, but for a healthy tomorrow for all. This year, as you look inward and ahead, consider wrapping your head around this truth: as one of our greatest, most impactful investments, where we live significantly impacts how we live. A golden, progressive opportunity is here to embrace a uniquely healthy, eco-minded, community-rooted and successful lifestyle all at once, at Baseline.

Located at the junction of I-25, Northwest Parkway (E-470) and Baseline Road (Highway 7), the visionary Baseline community is a residential and business haven passionately dedicated to sustainability and livability. Loveland and Denver-based developer McWhinney, created Baseline on three pillars of design: environmental stewardship, healthy living and innovation, and is unwaveringly cmmitted to incorporating these in all aspects of development. “These guiding principles are like the North Star,” explains Kyle Harris, Senior Vice President Community Development, Baseline General Manager. “They framed the vision for our master plan, and they drive all our development decisions as we move forward.”

What do those guiding principles look like in practice? There’s a harmonious blend of dynamic urban amenities with a celebration of nature and warm, budding community, for starters. Baseline features eco-friendly landscaping design and outdoor agriculture is coming soon. There are gridded street networks allowing for more efficient traffic flow, better walkability, and bikeability. The 1,100-acre community is planned for 9,205 residences, creating a synergistic nature-meets-city haven inclusive of a stunning network of pocket parks, a comprehensive trail system, more than 170 acres of open land, stellar educational opportunities, and will offer a vibrant – and growing – dining, business and retail district.

The Bees Knees of Eco and Friendly
“Infrastructure is about more than roads and bridges; it’s about supporting how people live,” Harris says. At Baseline, thoughtful design is a healthy mix of places to live, learn, work, walk, ride, shop, create and cultivate. A multitude of park areas, not least a plethora of more intimate neighborhood pocket parks, are woven together by gardenways, flora-rich, pedestrian-only corridors enhancing each and every journey.

Another feature really worth buzzing about–Baseline is planned to become the new home of the Butterfly Pavilion, which will be relocating from Westminster. In partnership with the Butterfly Pavilion, Baseline is designated as the state’s first “Pollinator DistrictTM”, meaning elements of the community are specifically designed using specialized irrigation techniques and mixes of plant types to maximize the overall number of pollinators as well as the diversity of pollinator species. “This is about more than bringing the Butterfly Pavilion over to Baseline,” Harris says. “This is incorporating science and research from the pavilion to a rapidly urbanizing area, and a key step to addressing the drop in numbers of our smallest species, fundamental to our food supply.”

Everyone’s ‘No Place Like Home’
“We want to be all-inclusive,” Harris says. “We envision homes for everybody – empty nesters, young families, single folks and more.” With that in mind, Baseline intentionally and seamlessly interweaves a broad diversity of product types, offering for sale single-family homes, townhomes, rowhomes and paired homes, as well as for lease apartments. Soon Baseline will be offering new for lease single-family homes and attached homes. Baseline further anticipates integrating affordable housing options into the community and has identified two locations within the Parkside East and future Southlands neighborhoods. Throughout the spectrum of housing options at Baseline, residents can count on the best in sustainability and efficiency. Baseline homes adhere to above-code sustainability guidelines, and drip irrigation and differentiated planting will dramatically conserve water. A program is being developed for all vertical development including alternative energy, LED lighting, and a whole palate of options to reduce water consumption and improve air quality.

West Village
Baseline is being developed in phases, the first being the development of West Village, the inaugural residential enclave. Oriented around two pocket parks, the neighborhood offers a mix of single-family, paired homes, rowhomes and townhomes for sale, as well as PARK40 apartment homes for lease. The neighborhood is a perfect fit for those who value design and thrive in Colorado’s active lifestyle – and buyers recognized its appeal from day one. “Sales were so brisk, our builders couldn’t get the homes built quickly enough,” Harris says.

Buyers, don’t let the “Sold” labels throughout the Baseline website discourage you. New lots in West Village are set to be released before the end of the year. David Weekley Homes, featuring beautiful detached, higher density single-family homes ranging from 1,779 to 3,152 square feet and starting in the mid $500s, will also be releasing new homes this season. Further, rowhomes and townhomes from esteemed builders Thrive Home Builders and Meritage Homes are underway, with first offerings expected to be available before the end of the year.

Rowhomes from Thrive Home Builders number three stories, 1,225 to 1,619 square feet and two to three bedrooms. Starting in the high $400s, they include a one-to-two car garage with a separate first floor flex space, ideal for urban dwellers desiring bike storage or a small home office. Three-story townhomes from Meritage Homes offer three to four bedrooms, three-and-a half baths, a two-car garage, and an optional rooftop deck. Coming in at 1,800 to 2,100 square feet, Meritage townhomes will start in the high $400s. In addition, new Baseline builder Dream Finders Homes, committed to integrity, flexibility, and a buyer-first ethos, have joined the development for phase two, offering stunning West Village Townhomes that will be introduced in the first quarter of 2022.

For those interested in rentals, PARK40 apartments is releasing a new building. The gorgeous, high-amenity one, two and three-bedroom apartments are “very dog-friendly”, and enjoy options for garages, as well as access to a clubhouse with yoga and fitness studios, a pool, spa, bark park, playground, and more. “As soon as these apartments are released, they’re fully leased up,” Harris says, advising interested parties in any of Baseline’s housing options to get on the interest list for up-to-date announcements and information. “We’re so excited to finally have homes to offer again.”

Parkside West
Opening in 2022, Baseline’s second residential enclave, Parkside West, will border the Parklands’ west side and will feature two cozy pocket parks of its own. Accessed through a network of pollinator-friendly gardenways, this neighborhood will epitomize harmony between nature and commerce, convenient to the Center Street District’s future restaurants and retail.

Development of this next big neighborhood means a huge, exciting variety of opportunity for all buyers. Stylish single-family and townhomes demonstrating a modern aesthetic more city than suburb, and prominent indoor-outdoor spaces that take full advantage of pure Colorado splendor.

The Parkside West neighborhood will showcase a different, equally exceptional, team of builders. New to the team Dream Finders Homes will be offering townhomes in Parkside West, a completely different product from that in West Village, Harris shares. Boulder Creek, committed to efficient homes that protect the environment and save you money, will be offering a beautiful selection of single-family detached homes. Berkeley Homes, will also be offering an impressive range of single-family homes. For renters, Davis Development will be putting in 238 luxurious apartment units with a pool and vast amenity complex and set to hit the market in 2023. McWhinney has further partnered with AHV Communities, a pioneer and one of the first-to-market developers of luxury single-family rental communities to offer incredible for-lease townhomes in the first phase of the Parkside West neighborhood.

Stylish single-family and townhomes demonstrate a modern aesthetic and prominent outdoor spaces that take full advantage of pure Colorado splendor at Parkside West. (Photos: Baseline).

Everything about Baseline’s intentional design encourages residents to enjoy Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine, from the walkable streets in the block network to the multitude of trails and parks. Of course, given the pure Colorado location with views of the Rockies and the connectivity of the neighborhoods and future Center Street District amenities beckon an invitation as well. “We love that residents can wake up and see the mountains,” Harris says. “Baseline captures what we love about living in Colorado.”

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By Wendy McMillan, At Home Colorado

Baseline’s builder partners are some of the very best. Recognized regionally and nationally, with awards for design, craftsmanship, energy efficiency and customer service. That last one is especially important if you’re new to new homes, since buying new often means taking the homebuilding journey with your builder – from choosing a floorplan and homesite, to personalizing your home, to weekly phone calls with the team, to in-progress and final walkthroughs. Luckily, Baseline’s builders have helped thousands of home shoppers (just like you) through the process – with beautiful results.

David Weekley Homes

At David Weekley Homes an online sales advisor will set customers up with a tour of two single-family models from their inspired Peaks collection, where they’ll meet with a sales consultant to discuss floorplans, exteriors, homesite options and structural upgrades like a third floor with a rooftop deck. Decisions are made, contracts are signed and then it’s off to the design center, where the homeowner-to-be picks out tiles, flooring, countertops, lighting, paint colors, appliances … all the things that personalize a home. Then, once everything is finalized, they’ll meet their personal builder, who’ll oversee the build from start to finish. They’ll have weekly phone calls with their personal builder and sales consultant, and get together as a team for the on-site pre-construction meeting, pre-drywall meeting and buyer introduction. The buyer introduction is the most exciting meeting since it’s when they learn to operate and maintain their new home. Another option for David Weekley homebuyers who are looking to skip the building process is to simply purchase a quick-move-in home, if any are available.

KB Homes

KB Home’s approach to customer service starts with asking lots of questions. An online specialist steers the customer to the right place, scheduling a tour of the paired home models from their Villas collection at Baseline. Then, at the sales office, a consultant steers the homebuyer towards one of six inspired floorplans to suit their needs, a homesite (with a personal tour of available sites), and an exterior style. An interactive display helps the customer envision all the options. With a “wish list” and a professional Design Studio manager, the buyer then gets to choose all their favorite fixtures and finishes that fits within their budget. The infinite combination of choices is why no two KB Home homes are alike. Once the contract is signed, weekly buyer and builder calls begin, along with 10 (yes, 10) in-progress quality checks. Where the homebuyer gets to see framing go up, the roof go on, electrical, plumbing and HVAC go in, drywall go up … well, you get the idea. Finally, the buyer gets an orientation meeting to introduce them to their new home. KB Home follows up in a couple months to make sure everything is working properly and if something’s not up to snuff, a customer service team will make repairs and make it right. At no point in the process are customers ever uninformed. An experienced KB Home team is there with them every step of the way.

Meritage Homes

Meritage Homes builds in lots of communities and has a design center called Studio M, where homebuyers can customize their new homes. However, at Baseline, keeping it simple keeps it affordable. Here, the homebuyer chooses a floorplan from Meritage Homes’ stylish Apex townhome collection – which can include a rooftop deck or balcony as an upgrade. Then, depending on the corresponding homesite, their home will have one of three pre-selected Live Now design packages: The Lush, Fresh or Elemental – each with its own complementary mix of colors, countertops, cabinets, flooring, tiles and finishes. These packages are created by professional designers using a contemporary aesthetic and quality materials. So homebuyers have fewer decisions to make and more time to plan the housewarming party.

Thrive Home Builders

With locally based Thrive Home Builders, the home search begins with an online consultant. After a conversation about how the homebuyer wants to live (and their budget) they’ll be put in touch with an on-site sales manager at Baseline’s DoMore Rows model home. Now, depending on availability, the homebuyer may put down earnest money on a rowhome under construction, nearing completion or one that has yet to be started. In which case the customer may have a few options. For instance, they may decide between a third-floor loft or a third bedroom. They may opt for the Health Package, an upgrade to the home’s air filtration system. And they may also choose one of the design packages: Urban Farmhouse, Modern Chic or Casual Elegance; or simply base the home’s interior on that of the model home. The home shopper may be able to customize within the packages, so long as their choices are consistent with the look and feel of the designer’s vision. Okay, so now they know what they’re building, what happens next? Thrive is with the customer at every step of the construction process, with weekly phone meetings and regular walkthroughs – framing, drywall, pre-close – next thing they know you’re putting the key in the door.

Thank you everyone who turned out at The Basin on Saturday, August 21st to help us celebrate Honeybee Day. Bluegrass Blitz’s high-energy pickin’ and fiddlin’ opened, what turned out to be, a bee-utiful August day. Their lively, ol’ timey strings set the tone as over 125 attendees strolled, crafted, and learned about bees and the many ways we can thoughtfully and sustainably support pollinators.

Cheers to our partners and vendors, too, for creating a honey of a day.

Brighton Bee Club wowed with their live hive and bee facts. Thanks to beekeepers Dan and Bob, visitors witnessed the many life stages of honeybees — up close and personal.

Brianna, from Sustainable Broomfield, taught a new generation of bee lovers simple ways to create welcoming bee habitats in their own backyards. By upcycling plastic bottles, adding some creative flare, and assistance from mother-daughter team Tonee and Tiana Garcia (members of Baseline Community Life), kids created bee houses and baths.

Our pollinator-loving vendors — The Beekeeper’s Den, Sarai’s Moisture Bars, and Soaps by Elleen — provided locally-made, bee-friendly products for residents to purchase.

Those ready for lunch visited The Captain’s Taco and Sushi food truck for Mexican-Japanese fusion dishes.

Acoustic guitar (and comedy) duo Skanson & Hansen and locally-made ice cream from Sweet Cow’s MooMobile helped us chill, as the afternoon warmed up.

Bands weren’t the only entertainment, members of Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities engaged event-goers with an art walk, juggling and a gazillion bubbles. One of the vendors daughter, Charlotte, with her bee tutu and dance moves were irresistible. And kids of all ages enjoyed Gail’s face painting.

All-in-all it was a wonderful day and a great opportunity to hang with bees and Baseline neighbors. To see more pictures from Honeybee Day, checkout our Facebook page.

Baseline’s newest builder, locally based Berkeley Homes, has begun construction on beautiful three-story, single-family homes in Parkside West, our newest village. Ranging from 1,641 to 2,323 square feet, with two to three bedrooms, these sleek, contemporary homes feature neo-traditional design and lots of indoor/outdoor spaces that take advantage of the Colorado climate. Perfect for anyone who loves the Colorado sunshine (which is everyone). Best of all, although prices have not been announced yet, Berkeley expects to list the collection’s four different floorplans as among Baseline’s lowest-priced detached homes. 

Learn more in this Biz Journal press release.

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