Exciting opportunities at Blue Vista
New community offers fresh ideas and a family-oriented neighborhood
If you are interested in living in a community where you have the opportunity to participate in the planning of the surrounding neighborhood, then Blue Vista is the perfect place for you.
Since opening its doors to the community in February, Blue Vista has been at the heart of the many changes coming to the surrounding neighborhood. So far it has all been good.
With the Quail Campus master plan underway, citizens will have the chance to participate and be active in the selection of the amenities there, which could include additions to the Longmont Recreation Center and Cultural Museum conveniently located across the street.
With 200 acres of Boulder County open space to the southeast set aside as for a future regional park, plans and ideas are sprouting in every direction.
The St Vrain Greenway starts at the Rec Center and winds its way through the center of town, ending at Golden Ponds to the west. There are also plans to extend the bike path to the east.
Plans for an 8-acre park to the south and possibly an ice rink to the north are in the making this year. The open area to the east side of Blue Vista has plans for a regional park and an elementary school, in which citizens and owners of the community will have input.
Aside from all the great opportunities for home owners to be involved in the planning of the surrounding neighborhood, Blue Vista offers pricing that is attractive to a diverse range of buyers.
“There are many types of properties and floor plans ranging in size from 830 to 2,800 square feet,” said Summer Youngs, community sales manager. “We have homes for everyone. The two dominant exterior architectural styles are Victorian and Craftsman. No cookie-cutter housing here. Prices range from the low 100s to 300s.”
Among the amenities offered are welcoming front porches and fenced yards, and many homes will come with garages. Blue Vista’s pedestrian-friendly design will provide a safer environment for children. Cars will not dominate the neighborhood as they do in many subdivisions, and narrower streets will encourage slower traffic. Tree-lined sidewalks will lead to shared parks and neighbors’ homes. Residents will enjoy off-street parking, as well.
Blue Vista is ideally located near shopping. Less than a half mile away to the north exciting new retail centers at Ken Pratt Boulevard and Main Street have sprouted.
Residents will experience easy commutes to Denver, Fort Collins, and Boulder with Blue Vista’s convenient location, which allows access to Interstate 25, Colo. Highways 66 and 287 and the Diagonal Highway.
Children living in Blue Vista will attend Longmont’s best schools. The near future could bring in an elementary school on the northwest corner of the upcoming regional park.
The hallmark of Blue Vista is quality construction and distinctive home designs. All homes are highly rated Built Green and Energy Star and home owners will be rewarded with an eco-friendly home and lower energy bills. Boulder Creek Builders is doing the construction, offering the same high quality they put into all their communities, like The Cottages at Erie Village and The Heritage at Vista Ridge.
For more information, call Blue Vista sales team members Summer Youngs, Terri Rabinowicz and Carrie Raible at 303-485-5500 or visit www.mybluevista.com. E-mail the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. The sales office is open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
To visit, take Main Street/Colo. Highway 287 south to Quail Road, then go east. The model homes are on the south side of the street, across from the Longmont Recreation Center.