Page 4 - July 2013 issue of the Castle Pines Connection
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4 Development NewsComing soon: new homes in Castle Pines VillageWhat’s the dirton RidgeGateBy Lisa Crockett; photo illustration by Tim GambleParkway?For the first time in years, a significant number of new homes will soon be available for purchase in Castle Pines. Taylor Morrison, which was named “Builder of the Year” by Builder magazine, plans to break ground this month on a new subdivision con- sisting of 52 homes in Castle Pines Village.“We’re really excited about coming to Castle Pines,” said Brian Cartwright, vice president of sales and mar- keting.“ThearchitectontheprojectisMikeWoodley, a renowned architect who has designed these homes to fit in with the Village’s European Mountain style.”Homes in the new development will range in size from 2,500 – 3,500 square feet with two ranch plans and four two-story plans. Each home will have three different exterior elevations available, and future homeowners will choose from a wide variety of design features to give each home aunique style and character. Finished basement options will also be offered.Taylor Morrison plans to begin construction on a model home and the first phase of houses in mid- July with a grand opening of the development sometime in late September.“There will be opportunities for home buyers to be in their new house by the Christmas holidays,” said Cartwright. “We’rereallylookingforwardtobeing a part of the Village and feel our style and design will fit in well with the surroundings.”For more information about pricing and other pur- chasing details for a Taylor Morrison home in Cas- tle Pines Village, visit For more information about Taylor Morrison, visit provided by City of Lone TreeOn-going construction activities within the Rampart Range Metro District (RRMD) area frequently generate excess dirt that must be transferred to another site.Concurrently, there are future potential development sites within the RRMD area that need fill dirt. The site at the southeast corner of RidgeGate Parkway and Havana has been identified by the RRMD as oneof the areas where no specific development proposal(s) are currently pending but where fill is needed.This site is receiving fill material andwill continue to receive fill periodically throughout the summer and possibly into the fall. During this time, there may be periods of heavy truck activity into and out-of the site. Traffic on Havana should anticipate the truck traffic, and be alert and cautious.The City of Lone Tree has issued a permit for the site, and the RRMD and city staff will be monitoring the site and the site access on Havana for compliance with the permit conditions.For specific questions, call the City of Lone Tree Public Works Department at 303-662-8112.

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