More and more folks who work at Denver International Airport or just use it frequently for work are choosing to live in DIA neighborhoods. The largest of these Airport neighborhoods is Reunion. As a result, local infrastructure and public amenities have been challenged to match the growing population. Commerce City is addressing this challenge with […]
Living in Reunion and other northern communities near Denver International Airport is getting even more exciting. The long awaited Denver Light Rail train to DIA is almost ready to open. Is it even possible that Tower Road near Denver International Airport will be become a new Denver Tech Center?
The neighborhoods around Reunion where I live and work as a Denver Realtor are about to be positively impacted by the massive improvements at D.I.A. A few years back, I blogged here about the massive expansion at Denver International Airport and what was coming down the pipeline. There’s a new Public Transportation Center, the new […]
Price: $499,900 Bedrooms: 5 Baths: 5 Sq. Ft: 6,409 total Year Built: 1998 Property Information Welcome to this impressive and incredible, all limestone, custom-built home. Built by one of America’s foremost natural rock craftsman, this home has extraordinary features that you would find only in the home costing many times its price. New slab granite kitchen […]
For many years, Reunion has been the Northeast Corridor’s most notable Master Planned Community featuring new homes for sale. However, as times change and Denver International Airport becomes more of a major business hub within the region, new communities are seizing the opportunity to develop residential real estate in the area. Therefore, I would like […]
Over the course of time, I have found that there are several advantages to living in Reunion. There are of course, all the amenities within the community itself such as the walking trails, parks, lakes, pool and fitness center. Then we have some fabulous restaurants in the area such as DiCicco’s Italian Restaurant and Yum […]
I honestly didn’t think they could do it – I didn’t think they could pull it off. Being a Denver-native, and frankly, a lover of the southern suburbs, the idea of a master planned community with recreation centers, community events, parks, and trails (a la Highlands Ranch) in northeast Denver sounded like a hoax to […]