More than 250 homes have sold at Stapleton this year, and close to half have been in the community’s Central Park neighborhoods. The areas north and west of Stapleton’s 80-acre Central Park will continue to take shape through next year. Click here to learn more about the neighborhoods and their 11 fresh home collections!
(Above Picture: “The Astrological Dome” by Working Art) Ceri and Khabir Salahadyn have a way with metal. The Salahadyns use materials ranging from aluminum and bronze to steel and copper, producing small hanging sculptures to permanent pieces in homes and businesses across the nation. “Whether we’re making art for $150 or $150,000, all of our […]
Check out these blooms! Stapleton’s community garden is located on the south side of Greenway Park at East 23rd Avenue and Spruce Street. While garden plots might be full for now, you can click here to learn more and inquire about joining the garden in the future. The Urban Farm also has a neighborhood garden on Smith […]
New Perspective has moved into the Workplace Lofts at 2330 Central Park Blvd. “There’s a lot to love about our new space – its central location, welcoming neighbors, light-filled rooms – but my favorite feature is the attached garage-turned-storage facility,” said Laura Hudgins of New Perspective. The real estate office helps with staging in addition […]
“One of the most unique and by far the coolest thing about Stapleton is the variety of people it attracts. Out of the hand full of homes that I have sold in Stapleton, no two have been alike. I’ve sold homes to single guys looking for the perfect bachelor pad, young families who need more […]
The Aster Town Center will open along Roslyn Way this spring, just two blocks north of the East 29th Avenue Town Center. The Aster apartments will be one block from the new library that’s also scheduled to open next year. Additionally, the apartments will be a short walk from Quebec Square, Stapleton’s 80-acre Central Park and the planned FasTracks stop. The Aster’s first […]
When exploring Stapleton with clients new to the area, I always gravitate toward the public art showcased throughout the neighborhood in various open and shared spaces. My favorite exhibit is “Chorus,” by sculptor Thomas Sayre. The elements of this exhibit are scattered about in different spots between the bridges at East 26thAvenue and Martin Luther […]
Dr. Karen Franz began her orthodontics practice in the Central Park Professional Condominiums in 2008. “We’re going to be celebrating our three-year anniversary in October,” said Franz, a Fort Collins native. “A lot of my patients are children so it has been a great area.” Westerly Creek Elementary School, William R. Roberts Elementary School and […]