Rino realty specializes in this emerging transitional neighborhood located along the south platte river. North of downtown Denver which has gained its own individual identity as an arts district appropriately nicknamed RINO, an acronym for the river north arts district. This once predominately industrial area is rapidly changing, bounded on the north of I70,west of I25, south of park avenue west and east of Arapahoe street is quickly becoming the emerging hot spot for artists, millennials, and Denver real estate development.
NORTH STAPLETON, COLORADO
After more than decade of sustainable construction Stapleton Colorado continues to expand, now on the north side of I70. The opening of a new urbanism neighborhood named conservatory green will feature community gathering places is now open with five hundred new sustainable homes currently under construction. The conservatory green neighborhood will follow the natural landscape of the terrain rather than grade the land and construct traditional streets. Shade trees will line the public streets, green open space will be integrated through out the north stapleton neighborhood. Parks will be lined with different types of fruit trees for all stapleton residents to enjoy!
STERLING RANCH REALTY, COLORADO
Sterling ranch realty knowledgeable green brokers is intimately familiar with the planned sterling ranch community. Located in south west Denver, Douglas county, Colorado. This 3,400 acre sustainable development has been in the planning and acquisition stages for the entire last decade! The central focal point of this sustainable development is the integrated land use plan and natural rain water harvesting water conservation plan. With Colorado water precipitation forty(40) percent below average during the summer months Sterling ranch will be Colorado’s first rain water harvesting master planned community! This 22nd century ecodevelopment™ is designed to conserve the futures most precious resource….water! Water will become more valuable than oil, in the future as the world strives to become more sustainable. Sterling ranch residents will consume one third (1/3) less water than conventional communities.