Geos Neighborhood Areas Are Designed With
the Best New Urbanism Practices in Mind
By providing different housing options, as well as access to
areas, parks, plazas, businesses and
, the four Geos neighborhoods will connect a diversity of people and lifestyles. The subtle differences in architecture and building types are designed to contribute to the pulse and vibrancy of the neighborhoods. Geos homes are truly designed to connect with the Earth and Sun.
The Entry Mixed-Use Neighborhood will welcome visitors and homeowners alike to the Main Street District. Distinguished architecture seeks to create a sense of arrival to Geos where sunny and affordable townhomes and condominiums will intermingle with locally owned ground level shops and live/work home offices.
The Beachfront Mixed-Use Neighborhood will sit above and overlook a meadow endearingly nicknamed “The Beach.” This area will feature the Central Square and will be considered the heart of social life at Geos. Surrounded by community-oriented facilities, businesses and
, the Beachfront will make a great place to sit, relax and chat with neighbors. The Beachfront Promenade also will provide a venue for strolling and gazing down on the beautiful cottonwoods along Ralston Creek.
The Garden Community Neighborhood will boast sunny, south-facing homes with private gardens, patios and porches. The homes will have access to small paths intertwined with gardens and parks on their way to the public open space along Ralston Creek. Here, neighbors will enjoy late summer evenings in shared common greens. The parking areas are designed as pedestrian friendly zones with textured or colored paving, trees, small garages and residential carriage units.
The Checkerboard Blocks Neighborhood is an innovative area based on home types found in historic Colorado neighborhoods. These residences will be positioned for ideal solar access, and have inviting outdoor courtyards and patios. Here you will find live/work townhomes that face well-traveled streets for maximum public exposure and convenience. Single family homes in Checkerboard Blocks will feature front porches facing the park to further enhance a traditional neighborhood feel.