Local Partnership to Develop New Townhomes in Superior

Koelbel Urban Homes (KUH), a division of Koelbel and Company and Resolute Investments Inc, a local real estate investment firm, have partnered together on a new residential townhome community at the shores of Autrey Reservoir, just steps from Flatirons Crossing in Superior. The site offers impeccable views of the Flatirons and is ideally situated at Rock Creek, an amenity rich community in Superior.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Koelbel and Company on this new community in Superior,” said Kristopher Barnes, executive vice president of Resolute Investments. “Koelbel was attracted to the site early on and we realized there was a great deal of synergy between the two companies. Not only are we both local, family owned businesses, but we both also roll up our sleeves and get to work and they will bring a wealth of knowledge to this project.”

Resolute Investments has owned the 7.2 acre parcel of land for over a decade and knew it would offer prime real estate potential in Boulder County’s thriving housing market. Koelbel and Company will handle site development, marketing and vertical construction for the project. The community will consist of 94 units and will offer seven unique attached townhome floorplans, all with two- or three-car garages and ample square footage. The official name of the community will be announced later this spring along with the price points.

“We recognize the tremendous potential of this site with its walkability to Flatirons, waterfront access and impeccable views and are always looking for great local partners” said Carl Koelbel, vice president of Koelbel Urban Homes. “Resolute has a long track record of being a top real estate investment company and we look forward to working with them to create what is sure to become Superior’s next great development.”

Koelbel and Company has been one of the preeminent names in Colorado real estate for more than six decades and is highly regarded for their imaginative neighborhoods, in-fill urban design to promote community, pedestrian friendly transit-oriented neighborhoods, and low-income tax-credit housing.

Renderings courtesy of Koelbel and Company 

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