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Introducing Baseline, a new district at the intersection of urban life and outdoor adventure that completes the Denver/Boulder triangle. A home for business and community alike. A master-planned community created for people who are social by nature, who value experiences over things, and who regularly gaze west towards the Rockies to remind themselves why they live in Colorado.
Baseline is named for its location along Baseline Road. Which is named for the 40th parallel, 40-degrees north in latitude of the equator. Beyond geography, Baseline is foundational. A starting point. New thinking from the ground up.
Prospect Ridge Academy, a K-12 public charter school, was the first project to break ground at Baseline to offer residents a highly innovative STEM curriculum. KB Homes now offers more residential options with low-maintenance convenience, front range mountain views and easy access to the I-25 and E-470 corridor.
Park 40 apartment community developed by McWhinney, will offer studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartment homes this winter. In addition, Baseline’s medical anchor, UCHealth, plans to bring leading medical practices and specialties and the Butterfly Pavilion plans to relocate to Baseline’s Center Street to share its future 80,000 square foot, state-of-the-art invertebrate zoo and research center, with the community.
Baseline is conveniently positioned just north of Downtown Denver, off I-25 and Northwest Parkway, and is within close proximity to Boulder and Denver International Airport. Several leading front range universities are a short distance from Baseline including the University of Colorado-Boulder and University of Denver.
Baseline will be the region’s new go-to destination – part dining district, part beer garden, part business hub. It’ll stand as a new economic center for the region and a new way to live in Broomfield.
Vice PresidentCommunity Development
Commercial and Mixed Use