Ranch D will be a 1,300 acre master planned community incorporating carefully designed land plans, water conservation, and large areas of natural open space. Located in the North Denver Metro Area, this community will include residential and commercial/retail uses.
Independence is a 1,000-acre planned community without parallel in the Denver-Metro Area. As a conservation development with over 40% open space and the most innovative water recycling program in State of Colorado, Independence serves as a best-in-class example of responsible development.
It’s only natural to dream about a life well lived in a home that fits you perfectly. To imagine living in a place where your family can spread its wings and live life to the fullest.
Come home to the stylish, thoughtful details of Zuma’s studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment residences located on the corner of 38th Avenue and King Street in Denver, CO. Modern luxury living is defined by entertainment-centric spaces, exquisite finishes and personal balconies in select homes.
Located in downtown Denver, this project was originally developed as the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton. Craft Companies rebranded the project and reduced the original prices by 50%.
Five blocks from Coors Field in Denver, this project was acquired by Craft Companies in 2012. This project represents the most affordable townhomes within downtown and surrounding areas.
Located in the U.S. Virgin Island, this sporting complex will feature a minor league baseball stadium, a swimming facility for the U.S. Swim Team, a volley ball facility for the U.S. Volleyball Team, and the U.S. Tennis Teams facility. The $55 million sporting complex will serve as an economic engine in the community by providing a venue for sanctioned events in the areas of baseball, tennis, swimming and volleyball. It’s estimated that the complex could be home to as many as 80 sanctioned events annually in numerous sporting disciplines and will draw destination visitors to the territory, its hotels and businesses.