2013: A Year in Review

December 4, 2013 Stapleton Stories No Comments

Now into a new decade of development, Stapleton welcomed its eighth, great neighborhood, Conservatory Green! The Stapleton Visitor Center is open, builders have unveiled their home collections, residents are moving in and parks are underway: Read about the new neighborhood’s evolution!

Bluff Lake neighborhood also continued to take shape and five commercial projects moved closer to opening day.

Here’s a look at the big picture as well as 2013 in Stapleton …

January

February

March

  • The Stapleton Visitor Center opened!
  • Pop Up Skate Shop became the newest retailer in Stapleton’s East 29th Avenue neighborhood.
  • Stapleton’s medical community continued to grow.

April

  • KB Home opened the first model homes in Conservatory Green neighborhood and was profiled in The Denver Post.
  • Stapleton released a video journey about its progression from an airport to a neighborhood.
  • 7-Eleven opened a location at Montview and Central Park boulevards.
  • Confluence Denver highlighted Stapleton.

May

June

July

August

September

  • New street connections opened between Stapleton and Aurora.
  • Six Stapleton businesses were honored in Denver’s annual A-List.
  • The community added a new art piece.
  • The Aster Conservatory Green opened as Stapleton’s newest apartment community.
  • The inaugural Open Studios Tour drew hundreds of art fans.
  • The Denver Post profiled CalAtlantic Homes.

October

  • Stapleton celebrated a lively Halloween!
  • Canine winners were selected for the 2014 Dogs of Stapleton Calendar.
  • Sales began for Stapleton Dog Walker, a board game based on the community.
  • Wonderland Homes announced plans to office in The Shops at Northfield Stapleton.
  • New Perspective Real Estate’s third annual food drive raised 29,000 pounds.

November & December

  • Stapleton celebrated the year’s final events and Winter Welcome.
  • High Tech Elementary School broke ground on its new location.
  • Construction progressed in Conservatory Green neighborhood and across Stapleton.
  • We kicked off a supply drive for the Denver Children’s Home.
  • The Rocky Mountain Chili Bowl became Stapleton’s first green-certified restaurant and was recently honored for having the best chili in the United States!

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