14 Feb 2017

Thinking Northeast Denver? Think Reunion.


It’s a part of town that simplifies your life. Just northeast of downtown Denver, Commerce City keeps you close to everyday needs (working downtown), weekend fun (from pro sports to hikes at Barr Lake), and occasional getaways (DIA is a mere 15 minutes away). With so many resources nearby, the ever-elusive life in balance becomes a real possibility. So, it’s not too surprising that Commerce City is Colorado’s fourth-fastest growing city, and ranked as Denver’s #1 most affordable suburb. That’s in large part to Commerce City’s booming, well-priced community of Reunion™.

Beyond the handy location, Reunion appeals to many families with its long list of amenities, like a 21,000 sq. ft. rec center. Affectionately known by residents as the “big red barn,” it’s a state-of-the-art facility with indoor gymnasium, fitness center, pool with slide and interactive water features, and programming that includes everything from painting to yoga to youth basketball.


The rec center is the heart of special community events, too. Each season offers reasons to celebrate together, nurturing Reunion’s close-knit vibe. Spring’s Kite and Flight Festival is followed by an Independence Day bash, Halloween Trunk or Treat affair, annual car show, and so on. See photos here.  Parks (including a huge lake), trails, and neighborhood schools provide other important connection points and contribute to the intimate, small-town feel.

Affordable homes are another big attraction to Reunion, for everyone from first-time buyers to empty nesters. Prices start in the upper $300s at Richmond Homes® RichmondAmerican.com, one of Reunion’s three builders. For more than 30 years, Richmond has prided itself on taking a personal approach with each customer. This commitment is evident at each step of the process, beginning with site selection and continuing with complimentary design consultations and responsive warranty service. Richmond also insists upon craftsmanship, attention to detail, and exceptional features such as granite countertops, concrete tile roofs, and front-yard landscaping.


Two Richmond American model homes can be toured daily. One is the Alcott, priced from $380s, approx. 2,200 sq. ft. ranch that includes 4-5 bedrooms and 2-bathrooms. Take a virtual tour here. If you prefer a two-story, check out the Hemingway, with 4-6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in approx. 2,500 sq. ft. of living space. Priced from $360s. Tour the Hemingway here.

Of course, nothing beats walking through the homes in real time, seeing the quality of craftsmanship, envisioning how the spaces might work for your family, and getting a read on the friendly, active Reunion lifestyle. Visit anytime—model homes are open daily.


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