We are thrilled to announce the first models in Providence Village open this Saturday, April 1st.
Richmond American Homes will open two model homes this Saturday, April 1 starting at 10am. Follow the signs to their models or just look for the American flag.
Address: 9873 Eagle River Street, Littleton, CO 80125
Hours: Saturday–Thursday 10am to 6pm; Friday Noon to 6pm
For more information about the models available from Richmond American Homes, click here.
Look for future announcements in the coming weeks as more model homes open in Providence Village.
Wonderland Homes marked a major milestone in Providence Village at Sterling Ranch. On January 9, 2017, Wonderland continued its 50-year legacy of elite building practices in the Denver-Metro as the first homebuilder to excavate the foundation for its model home in this historic community. To learn more about Wonderland Homes at Sterling Ranch click here.
The Denver Post (Mike Fitzgerald) – The new community of Sterling Ranch is leading the way in developing additional approaches to efficient water use and is the first community in the state to implement a pilot project to harvest rainwater.
Denver Business Journal (Mark Harden) – After years of planning and preliminary site work, home construction began in 2016 at Douglas County’s sprawling Sterling Ranch development near Chatfield Reservoir, with as many as 12,000 home planned over two decades of construction.
Sterling Ranch made news for more than just its size: The project is pioneering new “smart community” technology that will connect its homes and utilities.
Sterling Ranch has taken a unique, forward-thinking approach to creating a master-planned community with stewardship at the forefront. The development team has had the opportunity to share this transformative vision and talk about its disciplined implementation with audiences from a variety of relevant industries.
Most recently, Chairman Harold Smethills was asked to speak about Sterling Ranch at the American Bar Association’s Fall Conference for the Section of Environmental Energy & Resources Law. He shared the legal and policy considerations that went into establishing Sterling Ranch as the state’s first pilot project for rainwater harvesting, and how this sustainability initiative is further supported by the water-wise landscape guidelines that have been developed in partnership with Denver Botanic Gardens.
Chief Technology Officer Brock Smethills also spoke about empowering Sterling Ranch residents to be stewards within their own homes by using technologies that enhance the nature of their day. He shared with members of the Society for Marketing Professional Services about Smart Cities and how Sterling Ranch is delivering the promise of tomorrow with intelligent infrastructure today. Connected by a fiber-optic network, the infrastructure at Sterling Ranch allows residents to monitor their water and energy usage – and save money on their utility bills.
The fiber-optic network provides the community with the flexibility and connectivity to adapt to future technologies, and fiber runs to every home for homeowners to access 1 gig Internet service. These offerings provide every opportunity to stay connected digitally, while the expansive open space and 30 miles of internal trails deliver the perfect setting to connect with the community’s natural surroundings.
These are just a few of the environmentally conscious innovations reflective of Sterling Ranch’s commitment to stewardship, providing a road map for future, sustainable development.