New Locals Neighborhood


Breckenridge's New Locals Neighborhood

Situated right off Airport Road and alongside the Blue River, this new neighborhood will have 52 townhomes available for purchase.  These homes are rich with amenities from our natural environment and inspired by the history and vibrancy of the Town of Breckenridge.  This neighborhood captures all that we love about living in the mountains, and it is available exclusively for those of us that live and work here.




  • Efficient Floor Plans
  • Private yards/decks
  • 1, 2, & 3 Bedroom Units
  • Variety of price points, $200s - $500s
  • Low maintenance
  • Some homes will have garages and covered parking
  • On the Blue River
  • Next to brand new River Park


  • 9 - 1 bedroom townhomes
  • 35 - 2 bedroom townhomes
  • 8 - 3 bedroom townhomes

Downloads & Documentation

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    52 Townhomes on the Blue River

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    Kitchen in Cobalt & Moonstone Homes

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    Entry Cubbies in All Homes

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    Some Bedrooms have Fireplaces

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    Kitchen in Sky & Powder Homes

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    All Homes Come with a Washer/Dryer

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    Homes without Garages have Private Storage Rooms

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    Kitchen in an Oxford Home

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    Bathroom in Moonstone & Cobalt Homes

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    Bathroom in an Oxford Home

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    Living Room in Colbalt Homes

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    All Homes have a Fenced in Patio (sizes vary)

Applications for Phase 1 Are Now Closed




Step 1: APPLY, Mid-April - Mid-May: Download the application* from and submit to the Summit Combined Housing Authority with Conditional Lender Approval. If you are a First Time Homebuyer, schedule your free homebuyer class. $35 application fee due.

Step 2: LOTTERY, Early June: We will complete a lottery to determine which applicants are awarded contracts. Any applicants who were not chosen in PHASE 1 will be entered into this lottery.

Step 3: ENTER INTO A CONTRACT, June - July: We can now enter into a contract for your home. We will require a pre-approval letter from your lender, and a $2,500 non-refundable earnest money deposit is due at this time. At closing, this deposit will go towards your down payment.

Step 4: CLOSING, July - November: You will close on your home and MOVE IN!! Your down payment and funds from your lender are due at closing.



Just South of CMC in Breckenridge, North of Free Skier Parking, and right across the street from the Breckenridge Distillery!

All homes in Blue52 are for purchase only.

Move In for Buyers in the Second Phase is estimated between July and October 2018.

These homes are deed-restricted. To qualify for one of these homes, you must work a minimum of 30 hours per week in Summit County for a business that provides a product or service available locally. Some of these homes have income qualifications. Please review the Deed Restriction document on our website for more information on the restrictions.

This neighborhood sits right on the Blue River, and will be connected to both soft and paved trails along the River. The brand new Oxbow Park will also be unveiled shortly after these new homes. On the bus route. Fenced-in private patios. A mix of garages, carports, and surface parking.

Yes, pets are allowed! Here are the specifics:

Pets, including cats, dogs, birds, reptiles and other animals may be kept and maintained by Owners or tenants within their Townhome. No more than two (2) dogs and two (2) cats, are allowed without having to obtain the Association's or management company's written consent.

 Nothing in these Rules shall prohibit the keeping and maintenance of service animals.

 If the animal becomes a nuisance to other Owners or tenants, such permission is revocable.

 Owners or persons having control of an animal are responsible for cleaning up after their animals.

Some homes have surface parking, some have carports, and some have 1 or 2 car garages. Any home that does not have a garage will have a large & private storage room.

Applications for Phase 2 are not yet open. If you would like to receive updates on the project and receive notifications when we release pricing and open up for applications, please contact us using the form below. We will answer any questions you have and we will add you to our interested parties list!

We will have two lotteries. One for all Upper Blue Basin Employees and One for Summit County Employees.

  • The first lottery will include all applicants who work in the Upper Blue Basin (between Hoosier Pass and Farmers Corner). This lottery will be weighted, based on how long the applicant has lived or worked in the county. If there are multiple people per application, we will use the person who has lived or worked here the longest.
    • Lived year-round or worked full time in Summit County ≤ 3 years: Your name will be in the lottery one time
    • Lived year-round or worked full time in Summit County > 3 or ≤ 7 years. Your name will be in the lottery two times
    • Lived year-round or worked full time in Summit County >7 or ≤ 20 years: Your name will be in the lottery three times
    • Lived year-round or worked full time in Summit County >20 years: Your name will be in the lottery four times
  • Every name will go into a hat, and we will pull every name from the hat. Each applicant will be given a number, representing your priority in choosing your home. Due to the nature of the weighted lottery, some names will be pulled more than once. If a name has already been pulled and assigned a number, all subsequent drawings of that name will be discarded.
  • Once every name has been pulled from the first lottery of Upper Blue Basin applicants,we will complete the second lottery, with applicants who work in the rest of Summit County. The same weightings and lottery protocol will be used in the Summit County lottery.
  • Once every applicant has a number, we will begin awarding contracts for specific homes, starting with the applicant who was drawn #1. The applicant drawn #2 may then choose from the list of the remaining available homes. When it is your time to choose a home, you have two options.
    • Select a home to purchase from the available units, and you will be awarded a contract. Earnest Money of $2,500 will be due at this time.
    • Elect to be on the general waitlist.

The Upper Blue Basin is defined as the area between Hoosier Pass and Farmer’s Corner. You are considered to be an employee of the Upper Blue Basin if you meet one of the following criteria:

  1. Your Employer is physically located in the Upper Blue Basin
  2. You physically work 30 hours/ week or more in the Upper Blue Basin. If you meet this criteria, be sure to note on your application that you are applying for Upper Blue Basin Status.

Usually, no. To meet this deed restriction, you must work for a company that provides a product or service available locally. You can certainly be self-employed or the owner of a small business, as long as it meets the above criteria. If you are uncertain if you meet the employment criteria, reach out to the Summit Combined Housing Authority.

No, these homes must be owner occupied. You can rent out one of the rooms in your home, but there are restrictions on who you can rent to and for how much. No short-term rentals. Any rental agreements must be approved by the Summit Combined Housing Authority.

NOTE: Applications for Phase 2 will be made available mid-April, 2018.

You can drop off or mail your application: Summit Combined Housing Authority 110 Ski Hill Road, PO Box 188 Breckenridge, CO 80424. You can also email the application to and pay the $35 application fee via Zelle, a payment app. If you have questions on the application, please contact to the Summit Combined Housing Authority at 970-453-3555 or