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Located 18 miles south of downtown Denver and 7 miles south of the Denver Tech Center along I-25, Lone Tree is a smaller Denver suburb which features numerous shopping and cultural amenities for residents. Park Meadows Mall is the largest and busiest mall in Colorado with over 175 stores, 35 restaurants, and a movie theater. The Lone Tree Arts Center hosts a variety of performances including music, theatre, dance, and school programs for local pre-K, elementary, middle, and high school students. Lone Tree residents and commuters also recently celebrated the opening of three new RTD stations on the E, F, and R lines. Check out the RTD interactive map here. Download the RTD Map here.


Lone Tree is home to Bluffs Regional Park, a 253-acre grassland park with beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains and 3.5 miles of multi-use trails. The city also has numerous greenbelts and parks, many of which are connected by the Willow Creek Trail which continues into Centennial. Also just a few miles away via the East / West trail is the Highlands Ranch Backcountry, which features 20+ miles of trails.


In the center of Lone Tree is Heritage Hills, an exclusive gated community of luxury homes surrounding the Arnold Palmer-designed Lone Tree Golf Course. Heritage Hills homes are exclusively designed and built by a local luxury home builder, most of which offer expansive outdoor decks with pristine mountain views. The neighborhood amenities include two junior olympic-sized swimming pools, private tennis courts, a basketball court, a mini-soccer field, parks, and playgrounds. One of the newest developments on the way is the Lone Tree City Center, which is slated to become Lone Tree's urban core and could have 10,000 additional residential units by the time construction is complete.


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