I-25 and U.S. Route 34
Loveland, CO



  • Convenient, easy access to I-25 corridor
  • Great visibility with high traffic counts
  • Highly educated population
  • Site entries with award-winning landscaping
  • Visually inviting, state-of-the-art exteriors
  • Worker friendly environments with common gathering areas
  • Walk-able and bike-able lifestyle
  • Trail system with open spaces and natural ecosystems
  • 275 acres of lakes and managed wetlands
  • 26-acre Chapungu Sculpture Park
  • Annual community event programming
  • Nearby health club, restaurants, hotels and retail
  • Pre-K through 8-grade STEAM school with nearby high school
  • UCHealth-Medical Center of the Rockies, a regional hospital

A showcase for sustainable development, Centerra is a vibrant, 3,000-acre master-planned community designed for every aspect of life that demonstrates how multiple interests can collaborate to create exceptional development. Centerra combines near-term economic viability with a long-term plan that is sensitive to the region, its changing demographics and the environment. Centerra has transformed empty prairie into a place where people want to live, work and play. Design guidelines inform every aspect of development at Centerra and visually establish a sense of place. Concentrated along major corridors for visibility and access, commercial projects pay equal attention to interior and exterior spaces, creating worker friendly environments that help businesses attract and retain talent. Residential development includes a mix of condominiums, town homes and custom and semi-custom homes in a range of price points. A variety of recreational and municipal amenities support residents through all phases of life. And attractions, such as open space and trails, encourage active lifestyles and a family-centered demographic, as does the new 10-acre, Early Childhood-8th-grade High Plains School. Plus the High Plains Environmental Center, 275 acres of permanently preserved lakes, wetlands and trails, connects residents to natural habitat and provides environmental education and activities in an indoor facility with displays, events and research library.



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Celeste Smith
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