Rendering provided by Mcstain Homes: Arras Park, a 43-acre neighborhood planned for Thornton, will bring 157 stand-alone houses and 135 townhomes to the corner of East 104th Avenue and Steel Street, near a stop for RTD’s N-Line.
Arras Park is nearly 300 homes planned for new neighborhood near Thornton N-Line train stop starting in the high $300’s
Denver-based McStain Neighborhoods is building the project — dubbed Arras Park — in partnership with a Los Angeles private equity real investor, the Resmark Companies. The partnership put out a news release this week touting the project as a transit-oriented-development with multiple parks and homes built with resident wellness and environmental sustainability in mind.
“With Arras Park’s plentiful green space, thoughtful site plan and home types for a variety of buyers, McStain Neighborhoods has created a future residential destination that’s unique in Thornton and in most of the Denver Metro Area as well,” Michael Zarola, a senior vice president with Resmark Companies said in a statement. Learn more about this location in Thornton.
Basic Home Stats:
- The biggest homes will have four bedrooms in close to 2,800 square feet.
- The smallest townhomes will be two- and three-bedrooms, the smallest checking in at 1,424 square feet, according to the news release.
- Prices will start in the high $300,000s, right around the $383,000 median home value online real estate marketplace.
- Four parks and one outdoor sunken amphitheater.
- Homes will meet the “BeWell House standards. This means every home comes solar power ready and will be built to qualify for federal energy use and internal air quality programs including high capture filtration systems and low to no voc materials. Additionally, you can expect high performance windows, high performance. insulation, high efficiency water heater and appliances.
This is a great options for people looking for an affordable option and especially if the light rail is an easy commute solution. I’d be happy to keep you in the loop or provide you with any more information. It’s my advice to always bring your own Realtor to a new home community. As you’ll want an advisor on your side of the transaction instead of one that works for the builder and is technically their representative.