In 2009, there were 90 building permits issued for new homes in Arvada Colorado. According to a recent article in the Denver Post, that number was up to 566 in 2013. The number of permits for new homes in Arvada Colorado is expected to climb even higher in 2014, thanks to three large master-planned communities : Candelas, Leyden Rock, and Old Town Arvada.
The higher-than-normal growth is likely due, at least in part, to a good school system, easy access to Boulder and Denver, and some pristine views south of the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge, stated John Covert, who is the director of the Colorado and New Mexico office of Metrostudy, a housing market research firm. The pending completion of light rail to Arvada will also draw more new home buyers to the area.
In addition to the 2,203-unit Candelas community and the 1,439-unit Leyden Rock — the two largest communities under construction, there are also plans for a 150-unit apartment complex in Olde Town, the article noted. There are also years-old plans on the table for 2,400 acres to be developed in another section of town, though full build out in that area and Candelas may be many years down the road.Arvada’s Deputy City Manager, Bill Ray, stated that the growth of the city shows that the marketplace is responding to market need.
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