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Cordera to feature a lush 16-acre park and Élan – a stylish low-maintenance community

October 23, 2017 Updated: October 23, 2017 at 12:15 pm
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Step back in time to a slower pace … to a carefree childhood … and bring your fond memories of running through sprinklers and playing kickball to your own children. At Cordera, residents are given the gift of freedom, neighborly streets and long summer nights of laughter. Your kids will enjoy the cherished experiences that you remember from your own childhood. And when you live in Cordera, your kids can grow up at their own pace. With a childhood-friendly environment and neighbors committed to keeping it that way, Cordera is that rare community where kids can still be kids. And that just might be the greatest gift you can ever give them.


Parks, trails, the Cordera Community Center and Grand Lawn are all outstanding amenities that bring the community together for fun, fitness, relaxation and lasting memories. Living in Cordera, residents have a chance to enjoy nature and stay healthy – all without having to drive anywhere. There are more than four miles of interlinking trails with a pedestrian underpass beneath Briargate Parkway, in additional to wonderful themed parks for kids throughout the master planned community. Parks include Ye Old Castlewood Park, inspired by the big and small theme from Alice in Wonderland; Happy Meadows Park, designed to look like the farm from Charlotte’s Web; and Cordera’s Tom Kelly Grand Lawn, themed after the book The Secret Garden.


The 8,000 square-foot Community Center is a place for Cordera events, such as neighborhood holiday parties, music and art classes, food and wine tastings, book clubs and other social gatherings. It’s an area where your kids and grandkids can make friends, and you and your family can be as active as you want. Amenities include a heated outdoor pool with splash zone, fitness room with cardio and weights, fitness classes, grand multi-purpose room, café, child watch room, men’s and women’s locker rooms, deck overlooking Grand Lawn Park and an extensive event schedule. The Grand Lawn, located conveniently nearby, features a five-acre open space park, picnic areas, community events, movies, music and a variety of gardens.


The outstanding lifestyle of this premiere master-planned community continues to grow and evolve, presenting impressive opportunities to home buyers. Delivering the ideal blend of features with beautiful homes and Academy School District 20 schools, the list of amenities continues to expand, fostering a strong sense of community in all aspects of the neighborhood.


Exciting plans for a new 16-acre park are in development, and it is slated to be ready for Cordera families to enjoy by late 2018. Wild Rumpus Park will aim to highlight the site’s incredible natural beauty and character with opportunities to explore and enjoy the mature vegetation, rolling topography and vast views of Pikes Peak. The park will also provide a variety of amenities encouraging play, discovery and use of imagination. Amenities such as age-targeted, traditional and nature play areas are planned for the park, which will be inspired by the award-winning storybook, Where the Wild Things Are. La Plata Communities, the developer of Cordera, believes that this park will help maintain the values of the adjacent homes throughout Cordera, while continuing to enhance the quality of life for all of its users.


With prices starting from the $300s up to the $800s, builders are offering an impressive collection of home sites for clients’ dream homes, with move-in ready homes also available. Homesites bordering the 16-acre park are selling. Saddletree Homes, Keller Homes, Vantage Homes, Campbell Homes, Goetzmann Homes and CreekStone Homes are all offering exceptional homes in the brand new Filing 4 phase, as well as Filing 5, which will be ready summer 2018.


Cordera has another new filing set to open later this year that will offer low maintenance amenities, built by Keller Homes. Élan is an enclave of stylish, all-new Mid Century inspired low-maintenance patio homes in the coveted Cordera community.  With gorgeous homes from the mid $400s, there’s no need to dwell in the ordinary.  “Only 36 homeowners will be part of the lucky few to enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle featuring new mid-century design,” said Sharon Curdy, sales and marketing manager of Keller Homes. “The new homes focus on easy, open living spaces, large windows, and smooth transition from indoors to outdoors.” To receive updates regarding this exciting new neighborhood, the plans and pricing, join the Keller Homes interest list now to be ready when the neighborhood opens later this year. Visit for more information.

Cordera delivers ample opportunities for families to experience unparalleled living with an unmatched spirit of community. Stop by the Cordera model homes to get a look in person, or go online at for more information.



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