News Archives - Month: May 2015
Sterling Ranch, a mixed-use, master-planned community that will take shape in northwestern Douglas County, received permission from county commissioners Jan. 27 to proceed with its first filing. It will include 660 single-family residential lots on 325 acres.
The first of nine villages at Sterling Ranch is on schedule to break ground this spring, with the start of home construction in the fall. Read More
KUSA – The Colorado Court of Appeals issued a unanimous decision Thursday upholding the Douglas County Board of County Commissioners’ approval of Sterling Ranch, a master-planned community in northwest Douglas County.
The decision denies an appeal to the 2013 Douglas County approval brought by a group of residents opposed to the project.
Sterling Ranch is planned to bring 31,000 people in more than 12,000 homes to a 3,400-acre parcel south of C-470 and west of Santa Fe Drive. The project has a 20-year build-out.
The appeal was brought after a challenge to Sterling Ranch was denied by Eighteenth Judicial District Judge Richard Caschette in February 2014.
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