2012 at Stapleton

December 6, 2012 Development Updates No Comments

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What a Year …

As Stapleton celebrates a decade of development, homes continue to grow in its Central Park West and Bluff Lake neighborhoods, while new residents, a fresh library, brand-new storefronts and much more bring exciting changes.

Stapleton’s a great place to be a kid or a grown-up … and it’s even on the nation’s top-10 list of the best-selling, master-planned communities!

So what’s next?

The community’s next neighborhood is already underway!

Conservatory Green neighborhood will have almost 500 homes just north of The Shops at Northfield Stapleton and down the road from amenities such as The Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.

Models open this spring!

Here’s a look at one, great year …

January:

Stapleton Stories:

  • As we celebrate a decade of development, read about the last 10 years through the eyes of a Realtor.
  • Meet a new Stapleton resident.
  • And get to know the January winner of the 2012 Dogs of Stapleton Calendar.

These articles are part of a series of Stapleton Stories that continued through the year – see them all!

February:

March:

  • The Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters plans to build a 100,000-square-foot office and training facility at Stapleton.
  • Thrive Home Builders puts the finishing touches on its Building Science Center.
  • The Denver Post begins to feature Stapleton homebuyers. Here’s a full list of the year’s resident articles!
  • Edible Arrangements moves into Stapleton’s East 29th Avenue Town Center.
  • Spring arrives in full bloom …

April:

May:

June:

July:

August:

September:

  • A skate shop picks Stapleton.
  • KB Home opens a new model.

October:

November:

  • Stapleton launches an online forum about what’s next for the community.
  • Stapleton releases the 2013 Dogs of Stapleton Calendar.
  • Residents share their favorite Stapleton stories.

December:

  • Conservatory Green neighborhood is highlighted in the Denver Post.
  • The Denver Century Ride opens event registration after selecting Stapleton to host the ride again.
  • United Properties announces plans to build a 710,850-square-foot Enterprise Business Center.