September 22, 2017


Railyard Leadville is Leadville’s newest master planned community with approximately 38 acres on the northeast side of the City of Leadville. The approved PUD and Final Plat for Phase 1 includes 27 single-family detached homes, 36 townhomes, and 6 duplex homes, for a total of 69 residential units. There are also 8 commercial lots available in Phase I (and additional commercial lots in Phase II), which are ready for retail, restaurant, office, condo, apartment, etc.  Additional Residential opportunities will be available in Phase II and Phase III.

Railyard Leadville is designed with a network of interconnected green courts, parks, sidewalks, and multi-use recreation paths. This system will link to the Mineral Belt Trail (a 11.6 mile paved trail that loops the city of Leadville), and will provide access to surrounding roads. The neighborhood layout is designed to maximize the incredible mountain views surrounding Leadville. The streets are designed to provide sidewalks and tree lawns to create inviting and safe pedestrian places throughout the community.



Not only is Railyard Leadville designed to have storefronts on site, it is also located six short blocks to the historic downtown Leadville which includes a brewery, restaurants, coffee shops, a hotel, and retail shops of all kinds.


Railyard Leadville has stunning views of the Sawatch Mountain Range which includes Mount Massive (Elevation: 14,429 feet) and Mount Elbert (Elevation: 14,439 feet). The two highest peaks in Colorado.


Ski Cooper is located 15 minutes from Railyard Leadville and offers a variety of terrain for downhill skiing, cat skiing with Chicago Ridge Snowcat Tours, and an outstanding trail system at the Tennessee Pass Nordic Center. Copper Mountain is also just 25 minutes from Railyard Leadville. Numerous other world-class ski resorts are located within 45-60 minutes of Leadville (e.g. Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, Breckenridge).


Railyard Leadville is on The Mineral Belt Trail, one of Colorado’s highest and most spectacular paved pathways. This 11.6 mile trail loops the City of Leadville, traveling through aspen groves, conifer forests, wildflower meadows and open vista sage parks. The trail is designed for bicycles, walkers, wheelchairs, strollers, in-line skaters and long-boarders. Wintertime enthusiasts will find the trail snowcat-groomed, affording freestyle and classic Nordic skiing, snowshoeing and winter biking. Leadville and the surrounding areas offer an endless number of trails for all ages and abilities!