Denver | CO


Here’s the thing about Stapleton. It’s not about new houses, but the people who live in them. With all 25,000 Denver residents and more than
100 business owners each adding their own touch, Stapleton has become a community that celebrates a diverse mix of uses by neighborhood..


Each Stapleton neighborhood has its own unique style.

Whether you’re looking for bold, ultra-modern designs close to shops, restaurants, and events or an urban estate overlooking grassy expanses,
there’s a new home here for you. 

The North End Neighborhood.
Welcome to Stapleton’s final chapter. Like any good ending, this one comes with a few surprising twists. Because the community has not
simply been growing, it has been evolving. North End will stand as a fitting tribute to some of Stapleton’s most exciting ideas. And also as
something altogether inspired in its own right.

Beeler Park Neighborhood
A special place that follows the vision we’ve always had for Stapleton—one of sustainable thinking, energy-efficient homes and countless places
to explore. But it takes that vision even further (quite literally), north into a high-prairie ecosystem where the urban plan meets the Great Plains.

Bluff Lake Neighborhood

Here, you’ll always have somewhere interesting to go. And there are more options than ever. For entertainment, shopping, dining and more.
Follow our feet to any of the three nearby neighborhood parks, or a nature preserve where you feel like you’ve left the city behind.
Coast your bike to the farmers market, dinner in the 29th Avenue Town Center or a movie in Founders’ Green. Enjoying your free time is
as simple as picking a direction and letting your legs take you where they may. And now you have more options at
Eastbridge Town Center and Stanley Marketplace.


South End Neighborhood

With its maturing trees, the South End neighborhood is great for a shady stroll through Greenway Park to the community garden,
the dog park, public swimming pools, East 29th Avenue Town Center and your choice of excellent Denver schools.
This vibrant Denver neighborhood includes a mix of uses for your ‘mix of interests’ and daily to-dos. Restaurants, shops, fitness and
healthcare offices just to name a few.

Conversatory Green

The first Stapleton Denver neighborhood north of I-70. A big move geographically – but also a giant leap for innovation.
All new homes and park designs were drawn with a sharp new pencil and painted with a fresh color palette. Conservatory Green is
an evolution of a Denver neighborhood – a more organic expression of Denver’s 80238 inspired by what happens when the
Denver city meets the Colorado prairie.



Known for its intriguing streetscapes, Stapleton exhibits a broad range of award-winning architecture, from updated traditional favorites to
bold, ultra-modern designs. From charming bungalows and cottages to grand urban estates. From affordable town homes to age-qualified homes
to … you get the idea. The more choices you have, the better your chances of finding the new home or apartment that’s right for you.

15 Builders
Boulder Creek Neighborhoods, CalAtlantic Homes, Clyburn at Stapleton, CreekStone Homes, David Weekley Homes, Infinity Home Collection,
KB Home, Lennar, Mercy Housing, Northeast Denver Housing, Parkwood Homes, Stapleton Apartments, Thrive Home Builders, Wonderland Homes,
Zocalo Community Development.

9 Home Types
Single-Family Homes, Quick Move-In, Flats/Row Homes, Paired Homes, Income Qualified Affordable, Patio Homes,
Ranch Homes, Luxury Homes, Apartments.

5 Price Ranges

  • $100s-$200s
  • $300s-$400s
  • $500s-$600s
  • $600s-$700s
  • $700+

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