Amenities

Built

The Denver metropolitan region offers high quality of life with over 300 days of sunshine, eleven Fortune 500 companies and world class recreational opportunities at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. The region rates highly across many investment and quality-of-life indices. Denver has critical mass of people and companies committed to a sustainable future. Coupled with $5+ billion FasTracks investment, many other regions are trying to emulate the successes Denver is experiencing.

Natural

The Clear Creek Transit Village will stand out from other TODs both regionally and nationally. One reason is that in addition to its location as a mutli-modal transit node, it is further enhanced by an abundance of natural amenities surrounding the site. An integrated landscape will ensure that the development and its natural surroundings exist in harmony. The Clear Creek Transit Village will also facilitate and maximize public access to Clear Creek, Federal Station and the Clear Creek pedestrian and bicycle trail that connects to an 80 mile regional trail system.

Clear Creek

The Clear Creek Trail is 19-miles long and links up with Denver’s 80-mile urban trail system. Biking, walking, kayaking, and bird-watching are some of the many benefits Clear Creek has to offer.

Lake Sangreco

Lake Sangreco provides the western and northern side of the Clear Creek Transit Village with photographic views of the waterfront in front of the backdrop of the Rocky Mountai

Jim Baker Reservoir

The Jim Baker Reservoir is a 5-minute walk from the site and provides public access for recreation and fishing. The reservoir is stocked annually with thousands of fish of different species (see: fishexplorer.com).

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Recreation

Nestled next to Clear Creek, CCTV offers a range of recreational features, including immediate access to a regional bike path with direct connections to downtown Denver and Golden. Clear Creek offers kayaking, tubing, fishing and birding – a rarity for a TOD. The heart of CCTV includes a central green for community gatherings and play space for parents with children. Enjoy a sandwich or coffee with friends while watching your kids play. The site is also located with direct highway access for quick escape into the Rocky Mountains only 20 minutes away. In comparison to most TODs in Denver located along the Southeast, Southwest and I-225 RTD light rail corridors, residents of the CCTV will save 20 - 45+ minutes each way on their journey into the mountains. Not only will you be able to beat much of the weekend ski traffic along I-70, you can use the extra hour or two to get home early and enjoy dinner in the CCTV or take the train downtown and within minutes be able to enjoy a professional sporting event or a vast number of other activities that downtown Denver has to offer. This quality of life is the Best of Both Worlds.

Clear Creek Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail

The Clear Creek Trail is 19-miles long and links up with Denver’s 80-mile urban trail system. Biking, walking, kayaking, and bird-watching are some of the many benefits Clear Creek has to offer.

Future Clear Creek Valley Park

An 89-acre park is planned for this area. Plans call for tennis courts, field sports, natural wildlife areas, community gardens, picnic areas, a tree farm, greenhouses and a small pond for fishing, canoeing and paddle boats.

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