THE DIFFERENCE

Modern Architecture in Denver: Unlike anything else in Denver, Goss Corner is made up of four unique unit styles in one large urban lot. These 25 distinct residences offer the best of city living with accessibility to all that LoHi and Downtown Denver have to offer. Located in the heart of Lower Highland at 33rd and Tejon, Goss Corner boasts stunning modern exteriors and thoughtful orientation. Woven throughout the units are various communal and private spaces which fit the social desires of every kind of home buyer. Carefully thought-out floorplans and designer European finishes allow for amazing natural light and functional living. Crafted around these principles, Goss Corner leaves no detail to chance: 

\\\ MODERN DESIGN WITH TIMELESS MATERIALS
Designed with a fresh perspective, Goss Corner purposefully uses a small but curated family of materials. Each element, including the facade, was chosen to span not only the trends but tests of time – creating a home that will be relevant for generations.

\\\ MEANINGFUL OUTDOOR SPACES
Multiple outdoor living areas are the product of intentionally marrying the home with its surrounding environment. A step out the front door will find you instantly immersed in culture, while the patios and rooftop extended your living into the open air.

\\\ A CALM CENTER IN THE HEART OF CULTURE
Goss Corner recognizes the need for balanced living. To create a marriage of public and private spaces, a quiet courtyard is nested between the Vista and Skyline. This green space acts as a haven and gathering area.

\\\ PURPOSEFUL PLANNING
We want you to live well. Hence, our footprint offsets the living units in order to maximize privacy, solar intake and the fetching views. Fewer overall units allow for a  low density community focused on a higher quality of life.

Other smart details include:
– All townhomes are designed to accommodate future vehicle charging
– All balconies have natural gas for BBQ
– Roof decks are designed to accommodate hot tub and electrical.



OUR INSPIRATION

What inspires the designs of our homes? You. Humans need light. And vistas. And a sense of community. Hence we aim to create spaces that acknowledge the impact of our daily surroundings.  People thrive when inspired by the textile nature of their home and its finishes.  Our goal is to provide you with a residence that feels good while standing the test of time.

Goss Corner references the Tejon Street’s original name: Goss Street. The name Highland came to be when Gen. William Larimer laid a few streets in the tall bluffs across the river from Denver proper. Once known as the “Brooklyn” of Denver, the LoHi neighborhood and its history, influenced many of our choices. The new buildings respect the scale of the eclectic neighborhood. The roof top spaces take advantage of Highland’s most notable characteristic, the skyline views of Denver.


Goss Corner Design Collage Lohi Highlands Denver Modern Home for Sale

Goss Corner Design Lohi Highlands Denver Modern Home for Sale

Goss Corner Design Lohi Highlands Denver Modern Home for Sale

OUR MISSION

Our love of modern architecture spans two generations of builders, designers, and visionaries. Our emphasis is delivering thoughtful design to urban environments; our specialty is developing condominium, townhome, and single-family homes in Denver and its surrounding neighborhoods. With our conservative approach to property acquisition and our respect for Denver’s distinctive charm, we create projects that embrace the fabric of the neighborhoods and have lasting value for generations to come.

In 2011, we completed and sold out the LoHi Flats, a nine-unit condominium building in the Lower Highland area. This building consists of four 1-bedroom units and five 2-bedroom units. Our most recent  project is Clay 28th. These 21 unique condominiums offer the best of city living. The carefully thought-out floorplans and designer European finishes allow for amazing natural light and functional living.


Images courtesy of Images of America, Northwest Denver, Colorado Railroad Museum, Denver Public Library and Christopher Bobek.