Lone Tree, Colorado

May 9, 2016

New Development in RidgeGate

Great news future RidgeGate residents: The Lone Tree City Council approved tract GG, a preliminary plan to develop the Retreat of RidgeGate under a few conditions.

On April 5 the city council decided that Century will be allowed to start construction south of Cabela’s for a 50-house development starting this ...

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May 5, 2016

RTD Extension in Lone Tree Planned

On April 19 the Lone Tree City Council voted on Site Improvement Plans for the Regional Transportation District’s extension of the E Line light rail south of Lincoln Station. Lucky for Lone Tree residents, the motion was approved and the construction is planned to begin this spring.

Because of inconveniences ...

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April 20, 2016

Planting Trees: A Lone Tree Tradition

Since 2002, Lone Tree has had the tradition of planting trees on Arbor Day. Why? Lone Tree is part of a nationwide program called Tree City USA, which promotes beatifying communities by planting more greenery. And Lone Tree needs it, since its climate is arid dessert like and trees would ...

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March 21, 2016

New Emergency Room for Kids at Sky Ridge in Lone Tree

Sky Ridge Medical Center plans to open a pediatric emergency room near the new women’s health building. This emergency room will only cater to children up to 18 years old. Patients with major trauma will be moved to the adult emergency room because there will be more resources to treat ...

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March 7, 2016

Goodwill and Habitat for Humanity Share Donation Dock in Highlands Ranch

Habitat for Humanity and Goodwill Industries have opened a one-stop drop location in Highlands Ranch in an effort to increase donations and, therefore, provide more homes to people who qualify for them.

The location is convenient for people who want to drop off donations without making several stops.  The ...

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Feb. 15, 2016

783 Acres Added to South Suburban Recreation District

The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District in Lone Tree is pushing their boundaries. They just expanded their area by 783 acres.

The property added includes parcels owned by the City of Lone Tree, Rampart Range Metropolitan District No. 1, RidgeGate Investments Inc. and SpringGate LLC.  Most of the property ...

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Feb. 11, 2016

Some Colorado Rental Markets Finally Slowing Down

Colorado apartment rents have consistently increased 6.2 percent annually over the last several years, compared to the national median rent raise of 3.3 percent.  Statewide, one-bedroom apartment median rent is $1,310 and a two-bedroom is $1,590.

 

Some good news for 2016: Colorado rents are ...

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Feb. 4, 2016

Does Your Local Grocery Store Affect Home Value?

 Your local grocery market may have a lot to do with what happens in your local housing market.  If you are choosing between two comparable houses and want the most potential for appreciation, pick the one closer to a Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s.  According to a ...

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Feb. 1, 2016

Taxes Rise Along With Property Values in Douglas County

If you are a homeowner in Douglas County you probably received your tax statement in the mail last week.  Homeowners across the board are seeing their property taxes rise as home values rise.  Homes are reappraised every two years on odd numbered years, so this years’ statement reflects ...

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Dec. 31, 2015

The Yard - An exciting new development possibility in Lone Tree

There may be a new retail and dining development in store for Lone Tree next year.  The developers behind the Promenade at Castle Rock want to bring an outdoor-centric, pedestrian-friendly gathering place with first-to-market restaurants and curated shops to Lone Tree.

Called The Yard, it would be an outdoor, open-air ...

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