Profile Of A New Town
Nestled into the shadows of the Rocky Mountains, the 80-acre development boasts a master plan by Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company (DPZ), but its architecture tends to steal the spotlight. When the first phase of construction began in September 1996, the homes were traditional -- a dash of Queen Anne Victorian, a splash of simple clapboard. But all that changed with the second phase, in which roughly a third of the housing stock is contemporary, flashy and bold. Half of the homes in the third phase will be modern creations.
Thanks to The Town Paper