Bradburn Village is proof that smart growth principles drive higher real estate value.
This $220 million, 125-acre mixed-use development is dedicated to the idea that some people would prefer to walk to school, bicycle to work or simply spend less time in the car.
Located in Westminster, Colorado, Bradburn Village features four distinct neighborhoods, nine parks, two recreation centers and access to 45 miles of open space trails.
Life at Bradburn Village includes churches, the recently built Adams County Charter School serving middle and high school students and two separate day care facilities.
Designed by the renowned planning firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co., Bradburn Village features more than 750 homes, townhomes and row-house apartments.
The Duany Plater-Zyberk land plan created four distinctive neighborhoods ranging from near urban to near rural. The variety of housing options resulted in a diverse community of residents all connected by a powerful pedestrian framework.
All residences are within a short walk of the village’s commercial core, with 100,000 square feet of shops, restaurants, offices and a newly opened Whole Foods Market.