With all 19,000+ Stapleton residents and more than 100 business owners each adding their own touch, Stapleton has become a community that celebrates a diverse mix of uses.

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 home here for you.

Wherever you are in Stapleton there are two things you can count on: a sense of community and access to the great outdoors. Our porches, balconies and courtyards invite you to step outside and say hello to your friendly neighborhood teacher or favorite pup. And the feel of the sun on your skin may just inspire you to take advantage of our 50+ parks, 38+ miles of trails and expansive open spaces.

 

 

Reunion was established in 2002 and is already home to over 1,500 families. The name Reunion was chosen to represent a deep appreciation for the past, a sense of wonder about the future, and a commitment to living every moment to the fullest. From day-one Reunion’s masterplan was carefully designed to thoughtfully incorporate the best of urban and suburban living with a variety of architecture and all the amenities that make for masterful living. Reunion includes nearly 1,600 acres of residential development and over 900 acres of mixed-use and commercial development, together with schools, parks, trails, and other recreational amenities.

  • 21,000 sq. ft. state of the art recreation center
  • 52-acre central park
  • outdoor pool with interactive water features
  • close-to-home conveniences like shopping at the brand new King Soopers
  • Buffalo Run Golf Course – 18 holes of incredible golf
  • 10 miles of trails, 8 acres of lakes

The 2,500-acre community is located along 104th Avenue near E-470 in the northeast Denver Metro area. The high plains location offers great vistas of the Front Range and is just north of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, south of Barr Lake State Park, and a convenient 15 minute drive to Denver International Airport (DIA). Easy access to E-470, I-76, and Highways 2 and 85 puts Reunion in a prime location to take advantage of downtown Denver and the Boulder corridor.