Reunion, Colorado: A new hometown for the age-old pursuit of happiness.
Many of COListings agents and staff live in Reunion, Colorado, so it's safe to say we have an inside track on the Reunion real estate market. And, we think it's a pretty great place to live. Here are some of our favorite things about this Commerce City community.
Reunion was planned
Reunion, Colorado, is a master-planned community in Commerce City, Colorado, developed by Shea Builders beginning in 2001. Reunion was built with its future residents in mind. Large expanses of open space and manicured parks are interspersed with residential areas. Shopping is nearby at the Reunion Marketplace and the Reunion Retail Village. A community recreation center offers programs and activities for the whole family; the nearby Buffalo Run Golf Course and Second Creek Open Space offer endless opportunities for outdoor recreation; and the Lawn Amphitheater and Pavilion are perfect spots to gather with family and friends.
Reunion is conveniently located
Reunion, Colorado, sits along 104th Avenue near E-470 in the northeast Denver Metro area. It's just 15 minutes from Denver International Airport and 30 minutes from downtown Denver. It's close to I-76, US-2 and US-85 making it easy to travel up to the High Country or anywhere along the Front Range. With Rocky Mountain Arsenal to the south and Barr Lake State Park to the north, there are many places to go to get outdoors.
Everything feels new in Reunion
In most neighborhoods you'll find a mix of homes built in different eras. In Reunion, Colorado, however, the overwhelming majority of houses were built between 2000 and today, giving the community a clean, fresh feel. In fact, 96.9 percent of the homes and other residential real estate here were built after 1999. A homeowners association enforces architectural covenants, performs exterior maintenance and maintains public landscaping and community areas to keep everything looking immaculate.
Reunion is family friendly
Quality public schools, below-average crime rates, and a high rate of home ownership of predominantly single-family homes makes Reunion a great place for young families. The plethora of families with school-aged children means it's easy for parents and their children to socialize and develop a sense of community support. The parks and open space and many community events throughout the year make Reunion a fun place to live for people of all ages.
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