Stapleton will offer a variety of home options from 19 builders ranging in
price from the low $100,000s for workforce housing and condos to over $700,000 for luxury
homes (prices and availability are subject to change). A variety of single-family detached
homes, townhomes, flats, and duplexes will be available. An estimated 600 homes will be
built annually at Stapleton.
Urban Estates - Deluxe semi-custom homes
ranging from 3,200 to 4,800 square feet, priced from the low $700s
Beazer Homes - Manor Collection from the high $400s, 4 Bedrooms, 2800 -
3144 square feet.
Infinity Home Collection - HBA "Home of the Year" builder, 1999,
2001, 2002, and 2003. Priced from the mid $400s.
McStain Single Family Homes - Single Family Town and Country homes from
the mid $300s (1385-2686 square feet)
John Laing Paired Homes - Low-maintenance luxury homes ranging from
1,938-2,343 square feet. From the mid $300s
Parkwood Homes - Village and Cottage homes from the high $200s (1800-2400 square
KB Homes - Gallery
Series homes from the mid $200s (2-3 bedroom, 1556 - 2153 square feet) Coach House Series homes from the low $200s (2-3
McStain Row Homes - Row Homes from the low $200s
New Town Builders - Platte and Wellshire Collections base priced from the low $300's. (2-4 Bedrooms, 1554-2323 square feet)
Wonderland Homes - Garden
Court homes from the mid $200s (1182-1708 square feet)
John Laing Single Family Homes - Village and Cottage homes from the high $200s (1921-2603 square
Trimark Communities - Flats and townhomes combined in a large Mansion Home from the mid $100s
(1034-1575 square feet)
The Lofts at Stapleton- Unique one-
and two-bedroom luxury lofts from 720 to 1,900 square feet from the mid $100s. (1-2
Bedroom, 700-1467 sf)
Syracuse Village - Condominium homes from the low $100s -- all appliances included! (2-3
Bedroom, 854-1155 sf)
Rosyln Court - Affordable one, two and three-bedroom homes priced
from the low $100s.WE HAVE AVAILABLE HOMES TODAY!
Parkside Apartments by Mercy Housing - 68 affordable rental homes
It started with a vision: new neighborhoods for a new generation.It
started with a desire: to reclaim and recycle urban land, creating a new standard of
living within Denvers city limits.It started with a communitys idea for their
Citys future. Building on the tradition of Denvers great neighborhoods,
Stapleton refines the balance between home and workplace, marketplace and green space,
private life and public involvement.
Parks and Open Space
Parks and open space define many of Denver's great neighborhoods.
Washington Park, Cheesman Park, Congress Park, City Park and many others are grand public
spaces that are part of Denver's legacy. Stapleton will build on that tradition devoting
nearly 30% of its 4,700 acres to parks and open space, increasing the size of the Denver
Park system by more than 25%.
The centerpiece of Stapleton's 1,116-acre regional park system will be the 80-acre
"Central Park", nearly the size of Denver's Washington Park. Bikeways and paths,
similar to those found along Denver's Cherry Creek will grace Stapleton's Sand Creek and
Westerly Creek Greenways. On Stapleton's northern border, the community's extensive bike
and trail system will link into the 17,000-acre Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife
Portions of Stapleton's open space system already exist. The 123-acre Bluff Lake Nature
Center and the 23-acre Urban Farm at Stapleton regularly host urban school children
yearning for knowledge about nature and the country life. The 30-acre Fred Thomas Park
always finds local residents picnicking or playing soccer. The Bladium Sports Club,
formerly one of the Stapleton Airport hangers, offers two in-line skating rinks as well as
extensive exercise opportunities.
The Stapleton Development Plan calls for an important
focus on education with a goal of creating a community in which "Lifelong
Learning" becomes an integral and valued component of Stapleton's new neighborhoods.
Stapleton schools will be as diverse as its residents with new neighborhood-based Denver
Public Schools (DPS) living in harmony with charter, private, vocational and online
learning opportunities.Current plans call for at least two elementary schools (K-5), four
middle schools (K-8) and two high schools as well as a number of early childhood learning