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Holidaze Party in Gold Hill Mesa

Holiday Party in Gold Hill Mesa

Genesis Medspas yearly Holidaze Bash has developed into an event that you can’t miss. 

You are invited (and RSVP) to join all of us at the Gold Hill Mesa exchange to enjoy free spa treatments, door prizes, wonderful food and lots of fun! 

Don’t forget to help others that are in need by donating to Santa’s Workshop. Co-RE Group – Colorado Real estate will be collecting new, unwrapped toys for children of military families with deployed active duty members. 

It’s going to be fabulous! If you haven’t been before THIS year is the time!

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July 4th in Gold Hill Mesa

Gold Hill Mesa 10 year celebration at the Penrose Event Center

This is what July 4th in Gold Hill Mesa looks like. Flags are out, the grills are going and everyone is celebrating.

While Gold Hill Mesa has a resident 4th of July pary/potluck , this year the developer decided to go all out and have a celebration at the Penrose Event Center as well as a resident celebration in the Gold Hill Mesa Community Center.

It’s fun with food, music and good people!

july 4th independent day

july 4th independent day

july 4th independent day

july 4th independent day

july 4th independent day
Every year there is “Music on the Mesa”. A free concert series reaching from the beginning to the end of the summer and well loved, not only by residents of Gold Hill Mesa but also by other Colorado Springs residents. They all come equipped with chairs,  sun umbrellas and food and drinks to enjoy wonderful bands and artists.


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10 Favorite Features of Gold Hill Mesa

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When I recently took a listing from a seller in Gold Hill Mesa, I asked -like I usually do- to fill out a small questionnaire about the home that I am going to sell and about the neighborhood the home is located in.  This is what the seller wrote about the Gold Hill Mesa Community

  1. Neighbors are amazing, friendly and inclusive.
  2. Dutch Brothers down the hill.
  3. Close to hundreds of trails – Hike and bike.
  4. Concerts on summer Saturdays in the evening.
  5. Parks that are close, but not too close to hear kids.
  6. Inexpensive taxi/Uber to downtown ($6)
  7. 10 acre Dog Park within walking distance.
  8. Summer rodeos within walking distance.
  9. Convenient location, close to Hwy 24, quick mountain escape or hop on I25 (5ish minutes).
  10. $15 a month Speedy Shine Car Wash on 8th Street.
  11. Hair Salon & Med Spa within walking distance.
  12. Gym & yoga classes at the community center. Many other gyms less than 5 minutes away.

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Gold Hill Mesa: The New Suburbia

Gold Hill Mesa The ExchangeThere was a vision for the vacant site where the former old gold mill was located. What if a new kind of suburbia would grow in this space? Would it be possible to create a community that will sustain personal, economic and environmental health?

The Plan

There is a growing understanding across the nation that “sprawling” development patterns are not in the best interests of our nation and its people. Typical suburb infrastructure creates social isolation and auto dependency, forcing residents to spend far too much of their lives sitting in a car. Worse, these developments are built upon, and expand into, precious open land and wilderness.

With our land – so rich in history and the dream of pioneers-Gold Hill Mesa was not content to be just another development. Instead, their vision for Gold Hill Mesa is to be a timeless alternative to life in the conventional suburbs and utilize the European concept of life – focusing on community and engagement.

The developer set out to create a place where community thrives by using Traditional Neighborhood Design concepts such as: Pedestrian-friendly streets, plenty of green space, and walkable access to local activities, recreation, restaurants, offices, and shops.

The design emphasizes the importance of people vs the importance of cars.  This developer put the cars and garages in the back of the buildings so that people can be out front, interacting with each other.  Most homes have functional, raised front porches so that they can really enjoy engaging with passersby.

How is it working out?

The neighborhood is building up quickly and the developer’s goal for a strong community is coming to fruition: Lots of people walking, exercising and talking with each other. Neighbors actually know each other by name. The colors in the subdivision are vibrant and happy, lots of green space invites for community interaction. In general, the atmosphere is strong and this new ‘urbia’ concept seems to be the right way of life for many. New construction homes that are listed are sold quickly, existing homes that are listed are sold in near record time and price*.

*considering that the home is staged properly and priced right.

Like to know more? Give me a call at 719.219.9739 or contact me here.

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