Starting at $679,900
2,378-3,393 Square Feet
When it comes to healthy homes, Thrive Home Builders knows what it takes. Healthy indoor air quality has been a top priority for Thrive Home Builders for over a decade. These days, there has never been a more critical time to consider the indoor air quality in your home.
The all new Vitality Collection brings together Thrive’s highest level of health and energy construction techniques. Each Vitality home features luxurious architecture combined with Thrive’s trademark Zero Energy construction, LEED certification and a focus on cleaner indoor air. After nearly a decade perfecting the concept, Thrive is partnering with ProBuilder Magazine and EEBA, the Energy & Environmental Building Alliance, to introduce this new collection of homes that will truly help people breathe easier.
With a focus on health and sustainability, these two Vitality Collection homes will feature a HERS Score of 15 or less and utilize a battery storage system, a Wiser Energy Smart Home Monitor system, advanced HVAC controls, and air quality sensors. In addition, Thrive’s signature “clean room” was developed to reinforce the healthy pillar of our brand – Efficient. Healthy. Local. At Thrive, our EPA Indoor airPLUS certification is just a starting point and is enhanced by active radon systems, advanced MERV 16 air filtration, and ERV ventilation to draw clean, fresh air into your home and remove stale air so the air you breathe is better in a Thrive home.
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The community of Central Park is focused on the environment, and their dedication to the responsible use of natural resources has always been in line with the values of Thrive. All homes are required to be EnergyStar qualified, meaning they consume at least 30% less energy than a typical new home in Denver. From selecting only water-wise plants for community landscaping to crushing over 6 million tons of runway concrete and repurposing it to build roadways, bridges and bike paths, Central Park is at the forefront of responsible land development.
Today, two decades later,Central Park is an amazing mixed use, mixed income community continuously ranking in the Top 5 master-planned communities in the country. It is the largest urban in-fill redevelopment in the country and is a model for urban redevelopment worldwide. Central Park frequently acquires top rankings in health, well-being, quality of life, education and art. The pedestrian-friendly community now thrives at a grassroots level with farmer’s markets, movies and concerts in the parks, and bike races. Everything else just a short walk or bike ride away!
- Dog Park
- Green Community
- Green/Open Space
- Hike & Bike Trails
- Pocket Parks
North End Neighborhood
The North End neighborhood is the final chapter of the Central Park community in Denver. Like any good ending, this one comes with a few surprising twists. Because the community has not simply been growing, it has been evolving. North End will stand as a fitting tribute to some of Central Park’s most exciting ideas. And also as something altogether inspired in its own right.
District – Denver & Aurora
Elementary – Multiple Options
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Sales Office Location & Hours
Sales Office Location
Hours of Operation
Please call to book a non-contact appointment
Mon, Tues, Wed, Sat: 10am-6pm
Thur, Fri: Closed
Take I-70 to Central Park Boulevard.
Head north on Central Park Blvd to 56th Avenue.
Turn right on 56th Avenue, and take a left at the first stoplight, Dallas Street.
Take Dallas to 60th Avenue and take a right. The model is on the corner on the left.