Oakwood Land Company announces acquisition of Kings Point

1,700 Homes and PGA Level Golf Course to be Built at Sought After Property in Aurora

The Oakwood Land Company announced it has closed on the acquisition of Kings Point, the 907-acre property in southeast Aurora. The community will have approximately 1,700 homes as well as a PGA level golf course and country club on the site, located at E-470 and Parker Road. Construction of the master planned community will begin in mid-2022.  Homes will range from one-acre estates to multifamily residences, including townhomes, duplexes, and single-family homes.

“It takes a team of dedicated individuals to make acquisitions such as this one a success. We are grateful to Kings Point neighbors’ Randy Corporon and the Chenango Homeowners Association, and Bruce Stokes and Don Sturm of The Sturm Group for their leadership and guidance,” said Oakwood Homes Chairman and CEO, Pat Hamill. 

“Kings Point is the last undeveloped area of southeast Aurora that provides access to Denver International Airport and downtown Denver.  The opportunity to build a community that affords urban access and views of Pikes Peak and Mount Evans is rare. Kings Point promises to be a much sought-after neighborhood.”

Kings Point will provide two amenity sites featuring aquatic activities, and three neighborhood parks with playgrounds, picnic areas and sports fields. In addition, the community will provide direct access to High Plains Trail which follows E-470 and ties into the paved Cherry Creek Trail, Cherry Creek Reservoir, and downtown Denver.

Homes in the neighborhood will be part of the award-winning Cherry Creek School District.
Students will be able to attend Creekside Elementary School, Liberty Middle School and Grandview High School. 

“Development of housing ranks high on the city’s list of priorities,” said Aurora
Mayor Mike Coffman. “Providing new homes with proximity to extensive outdoor recreation makes Kings Point an ideal residential destination. We are pleased that Oakwood Homes and their partners are offering such a wide array of housing options for current and future residents of Aurora.

“The new jobs and homes that come with the development of this property is exciting,” says Mayor Pro Tem and Ward VI City Councilwoman Francoise Bergen. We look forward to the economic vitality generated by this project.”

The Oakwood Land Company plans to offer a diverse neighborhood profile and is entering into conversation with leading builders.