Residential

carrot  Meeting the need in a growing market area.

Once considered “out on the prairie”, Denver Connection is now surrounded by development on four sides making it a true infill location in the metro area’s core city of Denver. Immediate access to Pena Boulevard, Chambers Rd, Tower Road and I-70 provide residents with 10-minute access to DIA, Fitzsimons, Stapleton and Buckley Air Force Base.  In 20 minutes residents can be in either the Denver Tech Center or Downtown Denver.

Large Tract of Land – Denver Connection is one of the last remaining large tracts of residentially zoned land in the City and County of Denver. Developments throughout the City and County of Denver continue to be some of the most successful in the metro Denver and Front Range areas.

Residential Market – Residents are looking for options closer to the action. At Denver Connection, that means they are just 20 minutes to downtown, 15 to the Denver Tech Center and 15 minutes to their next vacation or business trip. They are choosing Denver Connection. In fact, Oakwood Homes now has new homes selling within Denver Connection in the mid-$300′s.

Denver Connection’s neighbor, Green Valley Ranch, has about 8,000 homes today and is only 40% built-out.

“Between 2000 and 2010, Green Valley Ranch added 21,000 people for a total of 29,000 residents — far surpassing the combined totals of Stapleton and Lowry and roughly the size of Wheat Ridge.” Jeremy Meyer, The Denver Post, March 12, 2012

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Denver Connection is minutes away from the highly rated Perry Dye golf course, new schools and a highly successful new library.  Major local and national tenants abound:

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