North Colorado Springs

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We’re homebuilders. Of course we’re passionate about homes. But did you know we’re passionate about our communities, too? We build in neighborhoods that offer our homebuyers with an extension of what we offer: inviting architecture, thoughtfully planned-spaces, outstanding experiences, and better daily living.  To say we’re picky may be an understatement, but the North end of Colorado Springs offers select master planned communities that check all our boxes. Here are 5 key reasons why we’ve been building in this area for the past 35 years.

  1. Master planned communities are exactly that: master planned. They offer incredible amenities like parks, trails, pools, water features, community events and recreation centers. They’re also professionally landscaped and well-maintained, with Home Owners Associations that ensure they remain that way. And don’t forget: new communities offer new homes, chock full of the latest tech, energy standards, and design features, too.

  2. All of our communities offer unparalleled access to life's daily necessities like grocery shopping, Target, the post office and bank, doctors and hospitals, athletic centers, gas stations, and childcare. Many of the city’s largest employers, including the military and government, are within a short drive. And when the work and chores are done, life’s pleasures - restaurants, shopping, movies, and nightlife - are just as close.

  3. All our communities are in award-winning School District 20 because we know how important access to a great education is for families. Even if you don’t have school age children, remember: good schools help communities hold value over time.

  4. All of our neighborhoods have a strong sense of community. You're more likely to know your neighbors here because you moved into your new homes on the same date, are experiencing the same life changes (growing family, smart-sizing), or you keep running into each other at the pool (or while walking a kiddo to school, or letting fido run at the dog park).

  5. Long-term, thoughtful planning of the North end of town has ensured better access to key thoroughfares (Powers Boulevard, I-25, Briargate Parkway, Research Parkway and Woodmen Road, to name a few) than any other area in town. All that the city and state have to offer - from downtown and the airport, to hiking, biking and ski resorts - are easier to get to, thanks to this infrastructure.