Time to Party on the Wild Side…

June 3, 2019 Uncategorized No Comments

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At The North End Block Party and Open House Tour

It has been 20 years since Stapleton Denver began its transformation from airport to 12 neighborhoods but the opportunity to buy a new home in Stapleton Denver is drawing to a close, with the launch of the 12th and final neighborhood: North End.

Header for North End PageAfter much anticipation, Stapleton is ready to officially unveil The North End– and will be doing it with a walk on the wild side. On Saturday, June 29th all are invited to attend the official Grand Opening  with a block party and model home tour that will include model homes from eight builders, inspired by the wild high-prairie landscape – with rooftop decks, kitchen islands the size of actual islands, and available zero-energy ready homes – from the $300s to over $1 million. The Party is happening from 10 am – 3 pm and will include food, live music, games, entertainment and a wild good time.

After much anticipation, Stapleton is ready to officially unveil The North End– and will be doing it with a walk on the wild side. On Saturday, June 29th all are invited to attend the official Grand Opening  with a block party and model home tour that will include model homes from eight builders, inspired by the wild high-prairie landscape – with rooftop decks, kitchen islands the size of actual islands, and available zero-energy ready homes – from the $300s to over $1 million. The Party is happening from 10 am – 3 pm and will include food, live music, games, entertainment and a wild good time.

As one of the largest neighborhoods, North End will consist of 1,300 homes and will boast the community’s largest swimming pool, which includes a two-story waterslide, a zero-depth entry on one side and a six-lane lap pool on the other and is scheduled to open this summer!

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“As the community grows up, so do its residents, so the new pool is a nice complement to the other six pools, as it is geared to the tween/teen set and many of these kids have grown up spending their summer days at the Stapleton pools,” said Senior Director of Marketing + Community Relations, Tasha Jones of Brookfield Properties Development. “Because 35 percent of new homes buyers at Stapleton are repeat buyers, we recognize the need to evolve with the changing needs of the community.”

The new pool and its surrounding park happens to be situated in the heart of the North End neighborhood, which also offers active play equipment for all ages, including teens, and will feature basketball/sport courts, picnic tables, a big lawn, trails and walking paths, and space for a future baseball field. The neighborhood  also features a variety of unique gathering spaces, like an elevated deck called “The Perch” and “Observation Point” meant to take in the breathtaking views.

What gives North End its wild character is the variety and scale of nearby parks and open space. The surrounding high-plains landscape and adjacent Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, are shaped by large swaths of rolling landforms planted with native grasses, expansive greens that contrast the clear blue Colorado skies, and homes designed to pay homage to the prairie landscapes. Staying true to Stapleton’s DNA, the North End neighborhood will offer a variety of market rate home types at a wide variety of price points from the $300s to over $1M. The diversity of choice – in shape, size, character and price – is an opportunity for anyone looking for a home to find one, and this event will give people the opportunity to reserve a homesite.

Some will include rooftop decks, some with impressively sized  kitchen islands and a wide variety of home features. The builders have taken their cues from the best of mid- century modern, craftsman, and prairie architecture and the latest, “modern farmhouse,” a movement unto itself, inspired directly by Colorado’s high plains, designed intentionally to take advantage of the rolling landscape and sweeping views. Every home in North End can be built as zero energy ready, with features that improve health, comfort, and durability – not to mention lower energy bills.

This new neighborhood is located North of 56th Avenue, east of Dallas Street, at the Northern edge of the community, where “a great city meets the great plains.”

See who is selling in North End neighborhood. 

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Join us Saturday, June 29th as we celebrate the launch of North End neighborhood with the biggest party of the summer.