Lakewood is the third largest city in the Denver Metro area and
is almost at 100% built out. The city is looking to develop the last piece of greenfield
left, located just off of C-470 between Alameda and Morrison road. The Rooney
Valley Development is expected to be approximately 1,276 acres and will be a
combination of residential, commercial and park use.
While it is currently unknown what the overall completion date is
for the entire development, it has been ongoing sense 2005, when the
construction of the Solterra community initially started. With the completion
of the community right around the corner, new construction has finally begun to
emerge. Developers such as Cardel, Infinity, Brookfield and Mcintire have begun
breaking ground for new residential homes.
While there is speculation that commercial properties will be
built, no official proposal has been made. Construction for the upcoming years
will primarily be residential, there are also a number of rumors stating that
developers are contemplating the construction of condos.
Some concerns of the development; Over excavating creating dust for nearby
are required to over-excavate due to the heating and steep dipping bed rock,
however this is necessary in order to insure the safety of all future
residences. Furthermore it is regulation
that developers have water trucks to mitigate dust, if current residences
experience an issue with the dust, developer will be required to increase the
water sprayed in order to compensate.
Excessive sound from Bandimere and Red Rocks
Red Rocks both produce an excessive amount of sound however residences whom
choose to live in the area fully understand and accept this. It is actually
written into the deed when each home sold.
negotiated with Maple Grove to have them install a pipeline from their private
water utility to an underground water tank located under Green Mountain. The
only exception is a small parcel of land, located right on the boundary line of
Lakewood and Morrison, because there is no proposal to develop this land in the
near future the issue has not yet been addressed.
Accessibility to Groceries and Departments stores
construction is further along, there are rumors that developers plan on
building commercial space in order to allow residences better access to
The Rooney Valley Development is a work in progress and much of
it is still in the air. If you have and specific concerns let me know and I'll
be happy to find the answer.
Ryan M. Nguyen is a Broker Associate at Keller Williams. He is a
part of Carr Peck & Associates which has been recognized locally and
nationally as an expert in real estate. Driven by his passion for real estate
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