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In 1995 when the opening of Denver International Airport meant the closing of Stapleton International Airport, Denver had the unique opportunity to transform 7.5 square miles of runways, concourses and terminals into a beautiful new community. It is now a large neighborhood located 20 minutes east of downtown Denver along the southern edge of Interstate 70. Denver’s RTD Light Rail A-Line offers residents an easy commute to downtown Denver and Denver International Airport. Check out the RTD interactive map here. Download the RTD Map here.


Stapleton has set a very high standard for its diverse architectural styles, the area’s urban townhouses and fashionable single-family homes all vary in size, and almost every home built in Stapleton is Energy Star certified with energy-efficient upgrades and modern finishes. Stapleton Town Center features specialty shops, quaint boutiques and patio dining. Shopping is anything but routine with seasonal farmers markets and outdoor antique markets in the warmer months. Northfield Stapleton is a festive, open-air shopping and dining experience with a wide variety of stores including Bass Pro Shop, a movie theater, Denver Improv, Macy’s and more.


Stapleton’s 80-acre Central Park, the third-largest public park in Denver, includes small lakes, bluffs, trees and walking paths. More than one-third of the land in Stapleton is dedicated to over 50 parks and open spaces, and 25 miles of jogging and cycling paths that are connected to metro Denver’s 850 miles of bike trails as well as the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.


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