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Experts Predict What The Housing Market Will Look Like In 2022
The pandemic ignited a home-buying frenzy as the decade-long housing shortage converged with historically-low mortgage rates, shifting workplace dynamics and new opportunities for young buyers to pursue their first homes. As we near the end of 2021, here’s a look at...
Aurora Highlands Wins Five Awards at Denver MAME Awards
The Aurora Highlands took home five awards at the Denver MAME Awards on November 6. The MAME Awards are hosted by the Home Builders Association (HBA) of Metro Denver and honors professionals in Denver’s residential building, design and real estate industry. The awards...
If You Like Denver’s Access to Hiking, Try Moving to This Smaller (Cheaper!) City
The secret’s out about Denver. The Mile High City (it’s called that because the elevation there is 5,280 feet) is a launching pad for all kinds of weekend adventures — skiing, hiking, mountain biking, white-water rafting, and exploring the historical remnants of...
Women in Construction: Carla Ferreira Takes an Early Lead in Residential Development
The Aurora Highlands executive learns from her developer dad and other women mentors. Carla Ferreira is only about five years into her career in residential development. In early 2017, she became the director of onsite development and principal for one of the Denver...
Local Developer Donates $100K to College and Career Centers in Aurora Public High Schools
It was quite a surprise Tuesday evening when Carlo Ferreira, developer of The Aurora Highlands, donated $100,000 during the Aurora Public Schools (APS) Foundation 9th annual Relentless Gala. Ferreira surprised everyone, including his daughter Carla, the director of...
Pulte Homes to Offer 243 New Homes at The Aurora Highlands MPC
The Aurora, Colorado, communities will offer single- and two-story floor plans across three collections. By Mary Salmonsen Pulte Homes has announced that it will offer 243 new homes at The Aurora Highlands, a new master-planned community in Aurora. The builder plans...
243 homes planned in Denver suburb as national homebuilder ramps up Colorado presence
National homebuilder PulteGroup Inc. (NYSE: PHM) is planning to build 243 new homes at The Aurora Highlands, a master-planned community that's projected to span nearly 4,000 acres south of Denver International Airport along E-470. Pulte appears to be ramping up its...
Aurora TV Coverage of the Commemorative Plaque Unveiling
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ABC Coverage of the Commemorative Plaque Unveiling
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Event pays tribute to grit, collaboration of Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan
Click image to view slide show. As huge, yellow earth-movers leveled the landscape around Aurora’s newest housing development, politicians and real estate developers gathered to unveil a plaque dedicated to the man who envisioned the 3,700-acre site. Former Aurora...
Richmond American Announces Lot Deal In Denver-Area MP
Plans to purchase 1,000 lots in The Aurora Highlands. Richmond American Homes of Colorado Inc., a subsidiary of M.D.C. Holdings Inc. (NYSE: MDC), said Wednesday it plans to purchase 1,000 home sites at The Aurora Highlands, one of the largest mixed-use master-planned...
A bold look at Denver area’s future: In Aurora, first large master plan in years has a fall-themed preview next weekend (Oct. 26-27)
As in previous master plans like Highlands Ranch and Stapleton, homebuyers will be lured by a range of single-family and multifamily designs, offered in eight residential villages. Denver’s amazing popularity with homebuyers — driving some of the fastest growth now in...
Aerotropolis around DIA is more than just talk as $22.5 million is laid on the table
Local civic leaders to float first of $200 million in bonds starting next month to build infrastructure
Denver’s Land Scarcity Leads Builders Closer to the Airport
Developers and builders in land-constrained Denver are betting that a new community under way near the city’s airport will resonate with home buyers.
Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority Groundbreaking
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The Aurora Highlands hosts Groundbreaking for the Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority
On September 20, 2018, The Aurora Highlands (TAH) hosted the Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority (ARTA) groundbreaking. ARTA is an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Aurora, Adams County, and the Aerotropolis Area Coordinating Metropolitan...
Aerotropolis gets a Boost in Adams County
The newly formed Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority will spend nearly $750 million to build a transportation network on a 21,000 acre site located south of Denver International Airport.
Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority breaks ground south of DIA
With Denver International Airport in the midst of a redevelopment project, Front Range Airport being named a Space Port and the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center planning to open this fall, it’s probably no surprise that developers, city officials and county officials are planning for the future of the area around DIA.
Community officials move forward with ‘Aerotropolis’ development south of DIA
It took several years, but now things will move quickly just south of Denver International Airport, as more than 20,000 homes are planned and possibly tens of thousands of jobs expected as part of the Aerotropolis development.
A massive “aerotropolis” is planned for a patch of the plains near DIA that could end up bigger than the Denver Tech Center
An Aurora development that in size could rival the Denver Tech Center and downtown Denver’s central business district — with up to 80 million square feet of commercial, office and retail space…
AERO-POPULOUS: Build it in northeast Aurora, and developers say, they will come
With a bustling airport nearby and a couple busy highways, northeast Aurora seems ripe for large-scale development.