Stapleton CommunityGet a taste
Meet the Neighbors
Build a lively mix of Denver homes, and pretty soon, you’ll end up with a lively mix of people. It’s good to stir things up a bit because, after all, sameness is boring. When you sprinkle in a bunch of different life styles and stages, professions, cultures and stories, something interesting happens.Get a taste
In Stapleton, your choice of homes comes with a choice of neighborhoods. Each with its own distinct character and lifestyle. Do you want to be where the action is, close to shops, restaurants and events? Do you prefer a quieter neighborhood near parks and open space? Or maybe you want a new home in one of Stapleton’s more established neighborhoods. Stapleton is not a one-size-fits all kind of place. So take a look around and find something that’s right for you.
neighborhoods Now Selling
Conservatory Green Neighborhood
Stapleton’s Conservatory Green Neighborhood combines all Stapleton has to offer with an urban-agriculture twist, adjacency to vast open space in the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Refuge, and easy access to amenities such as The Shops at Northfield Stapleton and Dick's Sporting Goods Park. This neighborhood is also named for the plaza and green at its center.
Coming Spring 2013!
Bluff Lake Neighborhood
Living here, you’ll always have somewhere interesting to go in Denver. Follow your feet to a nearby park or nature preserve, where you’ll feel like you’ve left the city behind. Coast your bike to the Farmers Market, dinner, or a symphony in Central Park. Enjoying your free time is as simple as picking a direction and letting your legs take you where they may.
Central Park West Neighborhood
Central Park West
The homes in Central Park West benefit from their marquee location near the East 29th Avenue Town Center, a new K-8 school, the Sam Gary Branch Library, Denver’s third-largest park and a future commuter rail stop.
Central Park North Neighborhood
Central Park North
Central Park North is a daily invitation to ride, run or play in the grass. Bordered on three sides by Denver's Central Park, Westerly Creek and Sand Creek, the abundance of open space and trails beckons.
South End Neighborhood
This neighborhood is one of Stapleton’s most established areas. So the trees, especially in Greenway Park, are maturing nicely. Residents can grow their own in the community garden, and the dog park is a tennis ball’s throw away. Town Center shopping, dining and events at The Green are also an easy walk. And residents have a choice of refreshing pools and excellent Denver schools.