Brookfield unveiling new models



  • Brookfield unveils newest models on June 7.
  • Homes are in Brighton Crossing.
  • Multi-entry garage a drawing card.
Shown is a model of a Brookfield home in Brighton Crossing.

Shown is a model of a Brookfield home in Brighton Crossing.

Brookfield Residential, the Englewood-based home builder that established the ‘Home Evolved’ design-centric concept in three Colorado communities will unveil its newest models in Brighton next month.

The grand opening event will be held from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Brighton Crossing. Refreshments will be served.

The Brookfield Residential models at 74 S. 45th Avenue near Bridge Street offer an innovative “multi-entry garage,” within an Urban Farmhouse design, with prices from the mid-$200,000s.

“With the greatest confidence, we can boldly say home-buyers will find nothing else like our products in the entire Denver market,” said Perry Cadman, vice president-housing for Brookfield Residential.
“We gave careful consideration to the lifestyles of the people who tend to prefer to live in this area, and we designed our homes accordingly.”

Specifically, the garages provide easier access for the people who need storage for their various outdoor-related vehicles. Owners can enter/exit the garage via the street or through the alley in the back.

The Urban Farmhouse features board-and-batten siding (long, thin pieces of material covering the seams, both horizontally and vertically), with roof pitches to complement the architectural style.

In keeping with Brookfield Residential distinction, the homes at Brighton Crossing also have an abundance of windows. Brookfield offers six different floor plans at Brighton Crossing, between 1,622 and 2,300 square feet.

The Brighton Crossing grand opening is Brookfield Residential’s second such event in two years. Brookfield opened its Midtown at Clear Creek community last year and has already sold more than 60 homes there. It also builds homes in Solterra in Lakewood.
Brookfield Residential Colorado , a division of Brookfield Residential Properties, was the first home-building company in the nation to receive ‘Passive House’ certification.

Shown is a multi-entry garage under construction in Brighton Crossing.

Shown is a multi-entry garage under construction in Brighton Crossing.

Brookfield has received seven awards for its Midtown homes this year, including three Golden Nugget Awards and four different awards (including platinum) at the recent International Builders Show in Las Vegas.

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