North Vista Highlands is the future of sensible housing – smaller footprints, high-quality construction, chemical-free interiors, innovative floor plans, state of the art HVAC / air quality systems, and smart home automation delivered at an affordable price.

We are a Zero Energy Ready Community. What does that mean?We are an Indoor AirPlus Community. What does that mean?We are the most affordable Front Range Community. What does that mean?

“About 70,000 residents have left Santa Clara County over the last five years — making it one of the more popular spots in the country to flee. The relentless job growth of the region’s tech sector has driven a net population gain. But the longing to leave is pushing young professionals seeking to buy a home, start a family, shorten their commutes and drink cheaper cups of coffee to other parts of California and western states like Colorado.” –  LOUIS HANSEN | The Mercury News
PUBLISHED: December 5, 2018 at 7:00 am | UPDATED: December 7, 2018 at 3:40 pm

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The Property

LATEST NEWS – The Metro District Service Plans were approved by the City of Pueblo and are now operational.

The Plat for Phase 1A has been approved by the Planning Commission and will go before the City Council in January 2019.

Property Overview: 1060 acres of land in the City of Pueblo, Colorado with approved zoning for 4,850 residential units and 1,225,000 square feet of retail/commercial. The development of the property is described below.

  1. Development Area 1 – The development of 750 lots for sale to builders for single-family homes ranging from $180,000 to $325,000 located near the intersection of Vision Hills (formerly 47th) and Walking Stick Boulevard. Development Area 1 includes four phases and the site plan for Phase 1A consisting of 162 units and 43,000 square feet of commercial/retail space is shown below. The Phase 1A plat is expected to be approved by the Pueblo City Council in January 2019.
  2. Development Area 2 – The formation of the metropolitan district will finance significant infrastructure and pave the way for the development of 4,100 residences and 1,225,000 square feet of commercial/retail space. This will include all types of residential, multi-family, commercial, and retail development, in addition to an active adult community, a state of the art dementia and memory center, and a full range of assisted care facilities.