Colorado Springs, Colorado -
SPRING CREEK is a 440-acre development, including the right-of-way for construction of two state highways, a major regional shopping center site, and other mixed uses.
Total of 215 acres with multiple designations for land use
Prices range from $1.00 to $3.50 per square foot
Master planned for a wide variety of uses including commercial, industrial, and multi-family
Flexibility to subdivide large parcels into smaller parcels to meet users' individual needs
Cub Foods Shopping Center, 280-unit Falcon Pointe Apartments and a regional mall site are located within Spring Creek
All major roads and utility infrastructure have been completed
Regional accessibility and flexible zoning combine to make Spring Creek one of the most attractive commercial land development properties in Colorado Springs today. That fact is a testament to Schuck Communities' vision, having converted vacant land into a planned regional business park with the highly traveled U.S. 24 Highway Bypass providing direct access to the property.
Another Spring Creek advantage: a master plan that allows for a wide variety of uses. Retail power center, office/showroom, office/warehouse, R&D and multi-family are just some of those possible uses. The master plan gives Schuck Communities the ability to subdivide large parcels into smaller parcels to accommodate the needs of smaller users.
Once again, Schuck's unique talent for long-range planning and creative foresight has come full circle to benefit the project and the community at large.
The project is strategically situated between the city's central business district and its new airport, Spring Creek offers quick and easy access from all parts of town. A key network of local and regional transportation corridors link north, south, east and west within the 215-acre site.
This prime regional location also provides Spring Creek the ability to attract and serve outside areas as well as the existing neighborhoods surrounding it. The Cub Foods Shopping Center, Falcon Pointe Apartments, several municipal facilities and a regional mall site owned by General Growth currently call Spring Creek home.
Bordered by the U.S. Highway 24 Bypass on the north, Circle Drive on the east and the Hancock Expressway at its southern tip, with Union Boulevard bisecting the project
All the city's major transportation corridors border Spring Creek or are nearby, offering easy access to the entire city and the region
Within minutes of the new Colorado Springs Municipal Airport and the central business district
Located near the world-famous Broadmoor Hotel
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