Stapleton is celebrating 10 years since the first homes were built … and we’ve been busy!
The neighborhood not only has more than 15,000 residents and 4,300 homes, but nine schools, 24 parks, 30+ restaurants, 100+ shops, four community pools, a community garden, two million square feet of commercial space and a public library.
And the residents have made the community what it is today. As Stapleton celebrates a decade of development, several residents are even commemorating the occasion with a fresh coat of paint. Read about it!
Bluff Lake Neighborhood
The launch of the Bluff Lake neighborhood is currently underway and has already generated more than 100 home sales. Stapleton’s newest neighborhood moves residents closer to Denver’s great outdoors through the Bluff Lake Nature Center, a 123-acre refuge on Stapleton’s eastern edge.
The Center was adjacent to the Stapleton International Airport for 60 years, giving it time to develop into an urban oasis for waterfowl, songbirds, deer, beavers and other wildlife. One hundred and twenty homes will be built between Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and 26th Avenue, while another phase of 150 homes could be added later this year.
Introducing Conservatory Green neighborhood! The neighborhood is under construction north of The Shops of Northfield Stapleton and next to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.
The neighborhood is also defined by its relationship to the land. This relationship will influence everything from the architecture of the homes and urban-gardening opportunities to the more organic layout of the streets and the wide-open configuration of open spaces. And it’s all connected to the existing Stapleton neighborhoods by a 36-mile trail network and Central Park Boulevard. Model homes will open in the spring …
Watch a video about the new neighborhood!