Stapleton Bluff Lake Neighborhood - What You Need to Know

Bluff Lake NeighborhoodThe Bluff Lake neighborhood in Stapleton is a relatively new development that is filling up quickly.

There are plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options; a nearby farmers market, three neighborhood parks, a nature preserve, and much more. And that’s just scratching the surface of things to do in Bluff Lake.

If you think this area sounds like it could be a good place to continue your home shopping journey, read on for some of the most important facts about the Bluff Lake neighborhood for homebuyers.

New Developments

Bluff Lake already has a lot to offer, but its proximity to two new developments -- The Stanley Marketplace and Eastbridge Town Center -- will expand its appeal even more.

This Stanley Marketplace development  is still under construction, but it will soon feature plenty of new dining options for Stapleton residents. Logan House Coffee Company, Comida, Sweet Cow Ice Cream, Stanley Beer Hall, Rosenberg’s Bagels & Delicatessen, and Sazz Pizza & Salads headline the list of vendors. The new marketplace will also host regular craft fairs and farmers markets.

The marketplace will be very bikeable and walkable from Bluff Lake.

Anchoring the new Eastbridge Town Center in Stapleton will be a massive new King Soopers grocery store location. The store is slated for 56,000 square feet of the complexes 220,000 square feet overall design. It will be a popular and convenient grocery destination for Bluff Lake residents.

In addition to some small shops and cafes, some of Denver’s food industry elite will also be represented. The Town Center development will feature new restaurants by Lon Symensma of ChoLon Bistro and Troy Guard of Los Chingones.

More Features of Bluff Lake

This section of Stapleton is great for people who like to get outdoors and be active. It features plenty of open spaces and parks, including the Sand Creek Regional Greenway, a long trail network that connects the South Platte River, Westerly Creek in Stapleton, and the High Line Canal.

The Bluff Lake Nature Center is a 120-acre refuge with a lake, trails, trees, and copious opportunities to see and learn about wildlife indoors and outdoors.

Bluff Lake Stapleton Schools

For many home shoppers, the quality of the local school district is a major factor in deciding whether or not the neighborhood is a good fit. In Bluff Lake, elementary level students who fall  within the boundaries of Aurora will attend Aurora Public Schools. Families have the option to apply to choice into Denver’s Public Schools system.

More information on these school systems can be found at aurorak12.org and dpsk12.org.

For more information about Stapleton schools, visit the Neir Team’s page on schools in Stapleton Denver.

Bluff Lake Stapleton Homes for Sale

There are a variety of Bluff Lake Stapleton Homes for Sale. There are also lots available for new home construction. Learn more about the Stapleton builders that operate in the Bluff Lake neighborhood, or contact the Stapleton real estate experts for all you need to know.

Contact The Neir Team today and ask about new construction and homes for sale in Bluff Lake!

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