Railyard Leadville aims at creating a walkable, diverse, and sustainable neighborhood in Leadville, Colorado.
A variety of homes will be offered. Mixed use buildings transition to apartment buildings and compact townhomes at the entrance to the site. As you move towards the interior, townhomes give way to duplex and single family homes with larger lots, providing a variety of dwellings in a walkable, livable neighborhood.
A network of interconnected green courts, public parks and multi-use recreation corridors is provided as part of the Railyard Leadville design. 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. Buildings will be designed to maximize scenic vistas, provide private open spaces and generally enhance the surrounding environmental assets.
The streets are designed to provide sidewalks, tree lawns and limited curb cuts in layback curbs in order to create inviting and safe pedestrian places throughout the community. Alley-loaded homes are designed throughout the community to minimize vehicular traffic through pedestrian corridors and provide safe egress, ingress and loading space. All units are provided with off-street parking for residents and commercial spaces shall meet all local parking code requirements.
The proposed system of streets, alleys and greens create an open and connected community. Railyard Leadville has opportunities for commercial uses closer to Poplar Street, which feather into residential uses that decrease in density towards the East.
The following is a map of the approved PUD/plat for Phase 1 of Railyard Leadville. This is an interactive map. Rollover to view more information.
The following are preliminary homes. Please note that these are currently not for sale and are subject to change.