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Century Communities, a Leading Denver New Home Builder, is Vertical in Two Locations in the Nation’s 9th Best Selling Master Planned Community
Greenwood Village, Colorado, October 16, 2012 – Leading Denver and Colorado Springs new home builder, Century Communities, is vertical at two communities in sought-after Stapleton in Denver. The Stapleton community boasts 12,000+ residents and is ranked 9th best-selling, master-planned community in the nation by Metrostudy.
Located in Stapleton’s South End neighborhood, both new home communities are just blocks from amenities such as Fred Thomas Park and Greenway Park. Also nearby are The Green, which features Stapleton farmers market, concerts, movies and more, as well as Aviator Park & Pool and fantastic retail and dining options at Quebec Square and The Shops Northfield Stapleton.
Century Communities offers six row home floorplans across two communities - Boulevard Rows and Avenue Villas - as part of their Neighborhood Collection from approximately 1,239 to 1,805 sq. ft., with prices starting in the $200s.
“Our new home floorplans at our two Stapleton communities offer beautiful architecture and attention to detail in an urban-friendly design,” says VP of Sales Kathy Ellis, adding, “We are proud of our communities and homes that we build and are passionate about working side by side with our homebuyers to deliver a home that speaks to them.”
Both communities are now selling from the Avenue Villas location and buyers are encouraged to visit the Sales Center today at 2111 Ulster Street, Denver CO 80238; West of Central Park Boulevard and South of East 23rd Avenue. A model will be opening soon at the builder’s Avenue Villas location.
Located on the site of Denver’s former international airport, Stapleton is one of the largest urban redevelopments in the United States. The core objective of the community plan is to create a living example of progressive, sustainable neighborhood design. The master-planned community offers a walkable mix of energy-efficient new homes, retail districts, schools, offices and an extensive network of parks and open spaces.