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AMLI RidgeGate, Where Urban Amenities & Green Space Collide

Dec 17th, 2014

If someone said you could live in a fully amenable, master planned neighborhood close downtown Denver, would you be interested?

Located in Lone Tree’s 3,500-acre master planned RidgeGate community, AMLI RidgeGate offers the perfect blend of urban sophistication and lush green space. If  stunning views, open space, and the relative tranquility of Denver’s south suburbs appeal to you and you want to live just a short commute from downtown, read up on what AMLI RidgeGate has to offer.

Location, Location, Location

Just 20 miles from downtown Denver, AMLI RidgeGate residents benefit from convenient access to all the arts, culture, sporting events, and other exciting activities the city has to offer. Centennial Airport and the trendy Park Meadows Mall are blissfully close, and the Rocky Mountains are just a short road trip away. Ease of access to RTD buses and Denver’s impressive light rail network make much of what the metro area offers accessible by public transport.

An approved light rail expansion of just over two miles, which will include three new stations and extend to RidgeGate Parkway, is in the works. In the meantime, a free link shuttle service can take you from just outside your apartment to the Lincoln light rail station. For those who prefer to drive, the I-25 can be reached in minutes.

Epic Views

The RidgeGate neighborhood’s immediate vicinity is dominated by prairie land, which is great for cyclists and runners who prefer flat terrain. It’s the vistas of downtown Denver’s attractive skyline and the awe-inspiring Rockies that make the views a site to behold. Look north from your apartment, and you can admire one of the finest skylines in our country. Look to the east, and marvel at some of the most majestic mountains in the world. What more could you ask for?

Apartment Interiors and Amenities

Designed to inspire, AMLI RidgeGate’s apartment interiors have sophisticated flair and many of the latest and greatest appliances and technologies. Vaulted ceilings of 10 feet and higher make rooms feel spacious and grand. Elegant travertine countertops, walk-in showers, and oversized soaking tubs make bathrooms a place for relaxation and rejuvenation. Large walk-in closets make hanging and storing clothes for all seasons easy. Given the daytime high in Denver can be 65 degrees one day and 25 the next, this comes in handy. Apartments are also equipped with full-size Whirlpool washers and dryers, well-appointed kitchens, and USB outlets for charging cell phones and other gadgets.

Situated in an idyllic courtyard, two of the community’s finest amenities are a heated pool and spa that make swimming possible on warm and cool days alike. Regardless of whether you want to soak at the end of a warm summer day or massage your muscles after a day on the slopes, you won’t have to venture more than a few steps from your apartment.  The pool area, replete with private cabanas, a fire table, and an outdoor lounge, looks more like something most people would expect to find in a luxury resort than their own backyard. Other luxurious amenities include a media room with theater-style seating, game lounge with billiards and gaming stations, cyber cafe, cozy clubhouse, and two fully-equipped conference rooms. Spacious kitchens with stainless steel appliances and side-by-side refrigerators can be found in every apartment home. But if you wish to cook for a larger group or organize a cooking class, access to a demonstration kitchen fitted with commercial-grade appliances is all yours.

RidgeGate Neighborhood Amenities

In addition to the apartment community’s amenities, residents of AMLI RidgeGate have the shops, restaurants, and retail stores of the mixed-use Lone Tree neighborhood at their fingertips. Need something for a wedding or other celebratory occasion? There is a hair and nail salon nearby. Don’t want to venture too far for food? Costa Vida Restaurant, FireHouse Subs, Five Guys, Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill, Qdoba, Via Baci Restaurant, and Yogurtini’s are all in the neighborhood. Having cell phone troubles? AT&T and Sprint both have a presence here. The neighborhood also has banks, a dry cleaner’s, a chiropractor, a medical spa, a liquor store, a Sprouts Farmers Market, and a Super Target. If you yearn for convenience, you’ll fit in well in this near-urban setting.

Green Space Abound

With nearly 30 percent of its total area designated as preserved open space, the RidgeGate neighborhood is also well-suited to parks and recreation enthusiasts. One highlight is Prairie Sky Park, a ten-acre gem of a recreational area with a multipurpose sports field and baseball diamond. Another is Belvedere Park, a five-acre park featuring a playground, shaded canopy, and WiFi. Joggers and walkers are free to utilize the trails in Lincoln Commons Park and the RidgeGate path that connects to the popular 6.1-mile Willow Creek Trail, which runs along bluffs and offers stunning views. The parks host events such as free yoga, concerts, and movie screenings during summer and fall. For its part, AMLI RidgeGate has a beautifully landscaped terrace garden made even more serene by a cascading waterfall. The pet-friendly apartment community fits right in with the neighborhood’s commitment to mixing modern-day amenities with open space and promoting a highly livable environment. Walking your dog, going for a jog, and finding a nice, natural setting to read are all easy. After all, you have 1,000 acres of clean, green space to choose from.

Life in a master planned community offers several benefits, and living in a luxury apartment home in such a community offers even more. When you have access to the conveniences and amenities of AMLI RidgeGate, it’s easy to Live Life + Love Life.

Have you lived, worked, dined, or shopped in Lone Tree’s RidgeGate neighborhood? Let us know what you like in the comments!

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