Aurora, CO319 Units, constructed in 1984
Highland Point consists of 319 units in 21 buildings over approximately 13.6 acres. Residents can choose from four different floor plans ranging from studios to 2 bedroom/2 bath units with an average of 747 square feet. Highland Point apartments offer residents numerous features including fireplaces, patios and balconies, washer/dryer hookups, walk-in closets and extra storage. In addition, residents of Highland Point can also enjoy the heated swimming pool, fitness center, high-speed internet access, covered parking and access to public transportation.
Highland Point is located in the southeast Denver suburb of Aurora, Colorado just south of Buckley Air Force Base with easy access to I-225 and the vibrant shopping and dining available in Aurora’s Town Center as well as nearby Cherry Creek State Park. Aurora is one of the fastest growing employment regions in all of metro Denver and Highland Point is situated conveniently to Buckley Air Force Base, Denver Tech Center, Denver International Airport, the Aurora CentreTech Business Park and the Fitzsimons Redevelopment.
The Fitzsimons Redevelopment is a $4.3 billion renovation of the former Fitzsimons Army Medical Center. Joined by the adjacent University of Colorado Medical Center and the Children’s Hospital, the development of a 160-acre private-sector bioscience park will include over one million square feet of medical and office space and will employ approximately 32,000 workers.
Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Denver is not only the capital of Colorado, but the most populous city in the state with a metro area covering over 4,500 square miles. Denver enjoys a mild climate with an average of over 300 days of sunshine per year. With over 90 golf courses, 900 miles of paved bike trails and the nation’s largest city park system, Denver has become a highly desirable city in which to work and raise families.
With a population of over 2.8 million, Metro Denver’s population growth has consistently outpaced the national average showing over 1.9% average growth per year over the last decade with an estimated net in-migration of 19,000 from other states in 2009. The Denver Regional Council of Governments recently created a long-range strategy that addresses land-use planning, development and transportation known as Metro Vision 2035 in anticipation of the region’s growth.