More housing options coming to Trails at Crowfoot

Parker Town Council clears path for beginning stages of construction of 68 duplexes

Posted 7/6/18

More options for housing in Parker will be available at the Trails at Crowfoot neighborhood sometime in the next two years. The town council approved a preliminary plan amendment at its biweekly …

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More housing options coming to Trails at Crowfoot

Parker Town Council clears path for beginning stages of construction of 68 duplexes

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More options for housing in Parker will be available at the Trails at Crowfoot neighborhood sometime in the next two years.

The town council approved a preliminary plan amendment at its biweekly meeting July 2 at the Parker Town Hall, the beginning phase of the construction of 68 duplex homes in the Trails at Crowfoot neighborhood at the intersection of Bayou Gulch Road and North Pinery Parkway. The complex, with 136-single family homes in all, will be located just east of Crowfoot Valley.

Chris Elliott, of E5X Management Inc., the applicant for the amendment, said the homes will cost from the low to mid $400,000s. The project will begin within the next three weeks and vertical construction will begin by July of next year. The duplexes will have strong front porches and garages in the rear, similar to those in the Meadows community in Castle Rock.

The master plan for the neighborhood includes several “pocket parks” located in various spots. One park is planned to have a soccer field, baseball field and small swimming pool adjacent to the initial buildings.

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