Lone Tree is an active city that provides plenty of opportunities for people with active lifestyles. Visitors to Lone Tree can enjoy an array of restaurants and botique shopping available in addition to unqiue attractions such as The Wildlife Experience on Lincoln just east of I-25.
There are several quality hotels in the city from the Marriott to Hampden Inn and Suites and even a specialty hotel at the Lone Tree Golf Club. Local restaurants offer a variety of fares from casual dining at Firehouse Subs and Sweet Tomatoes to the sophisticated eateries of the Brio Tuscan Grille and the Yard House.
If you want to explore the Denver Tech Center and/or Downtown Denver, a short ride on the Light Rail from the Lincoln Station will take you to many of the venues the Denver metropolitan area is famous for - from the Fiddler's Green Amphitheater to Elitch Gardens and to the sports venues of The Pepsi Center, Coors Field and Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Lone Tree also is home to the Lone Tree Arts Center which is supported by the Lone Tree Cultural Arts Foundation and provides perfomances and shows to its residents and guests alike. Annual performances include The Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra and Christian Youth Teather.
Lone Tree is also home to Colorado's Only Retail Resort and the largest enclosed Regional Shopping Center - Park Meadows. It offers 175 stores and 13 great restaurants inside 1.6 million square feet of retail space sited on 110 acres. Park Meadows offers more than 3,000 jobs to the continually growing Douglas County and adjoining areas of the city. It offers stores unique to the Denver market such as American Girl, Soft Surroundings, Tesla Motors and White Chocolate Grill. The ambiance of the building is designed with a grand-mountain lodge like architecture that features a floor to ceiling fireplace and a waterfall.
Thinking of moving to Lone Tree? The real estate market in the city has been healthy and the city boasts a 4% increase in growth in 2012 over 2011. Lone Tree is home to the sustainable community of RidgeGate which offers 3500 acres of mixed-use density and will grow over the next 20+ years with a long term commitment to walkability, livability, access, amenities and scale combining diversity and density, while committing over 1,000 acres to parks, trails, natural habitat and open space.
As a resident of Heritage Hills in Lone Tree for almost 10 years, Garland specializes in keeping up to date with the real estate activity and the general happenings in the city. In addition to updates on Lone Tree and the communities within, Garland tracks and posts the sales activity of some of the communities within Lone Tree on his website.