CreekStone Homes expanded into the Denver market with the January sale of its first single-family home there near downtown Denver.
For the expansion, CreekStone purchased two residential infill lots on Center Street near downtown and built on one of them.
“It was like an urban renewal project,” said Jason Rose, director of sales and marketing. “We’re starting on the next one.”
The award-winning Colorado Springs firm was founded in 1995 by Rhonda McDonald. She’s owned and operated the CreekStone since then.
McDonald designs the houses’ floor plans.
The company looks to buy infill lots in the Denver market to build homes on, in addition to continuing its building in Colorado Springs. Plans north of El Paso County include the residential neighborhood of the former Stapleton International Airport, in Thornton and Brighton.
“Going into a new area is a big step, but we’ve proven we’re up to the task,” McDonald said. “It’s an exciting time for our company.”
In Colorado Springs, CreekStone has built at Cordera, Gold Hill Mesa, Wolf Ranch and Spring Creek.
“We’re excited about the potential offered in this fast-paced and ever-expanding market,” said Rose. “We’re actively pursuing opportunities to build on infill lots in urban areas, or look at client-owned parcels in Denver and Colorado Springs.”