September 2015

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Fifteen Years Later, Stapleton Finally Prices Everyone Out

Fifteen Years Later, Stapleton Finally Prices Everyone Out

It took much longer than Forest City had planned, but Stapleton was finally able to price everyone out of the community. “We had a big celebration at the corporate offices,” said Forest City spokesperson Janelle Ayers. “This has been a long time coming, and it has been really neat seeing the entire thing unfold. Just […]

Stanley Continues to Build Architectural Plans

Stanley Continues to Build Architectural Plans

The Stanley project unveiled their most recent architectural plans last week, and project leaders say they plan to continue to build designs through the fall of 2017. “We continue to improve upon our layouts and designs,” said Stanley project leader Mitchell Roberts. “We hope to have the final build of the plans completed by October […]

Forest City Introduces Mixed-Use Apartment Building; Seriously Going to be Named The Mint Town Center

Forest City Introduces Mixed-Use Apartment Building; Seriously Going to be Named The Mint Town Center

Recently, Forest City unveiled plans for its newest creation, a mixed use apartment building north of Founders Green in the 29th Ave. Town Center. “We are excited to announce another great opportunity for us to make massive amounts of money on high lease prices,” announced Forest City Spokesperson Janelle Ayers. “This will be a paradise […]

First “Scrapes” Begin in Classic Stapleton

First “Scrapes” Begin in Classic Stapleton

Many of the early Stapleton homes are over 15 years old, and for potential buyers, those homes have become outdated. “I guess it’s neat to own an old home, especially if you can say it was one of the first ever built in Stapleton,” says recent Stapleton home buyer Julie Gates. “But the reality is, […]

Stapleton Residents Look Forward to Renaming “Aurora Park”

Stapleton Residents Look Forward to Renaming “Aurora Park”

The long awaited park on 26th Ave. has finally completed its design phase, and the design looks fantastic. The park will feature several trails as well as green space and two baseball fields. According to many Stapleton residents, the only problem seems to be the name. “I think it may be a little too beautiful […]

No Cost, Right Price

No Cost, Right Price

With the new no cost salad options, King Soopers customers don’t have to worry about spending too much money on salads because there just aren’t that many to choose from. King Soopers Stapleton Store Manager Gary Stevens feels they are just making things easier for shoppers. “We just felt like we were giving people too […]

Residents Given Opportunity to Contribute to Great Cause

Residents Given Opportunity to Contribute to Great Cause

Join fellow do-gooders – New Perspective Real Estate and The Stapletonion, in collecting food for the Food Bank of the Rockies and local school pantries. Hunger is a serious issue and not just for the pot smokers struggling with the munchies. Here are some creative ideas to donate to this worthy cause: Clear out all […]