Land Development Updates for Ken-Caryl Ranch
Please check this page for the latest information and updates on the land purchased by North American Development Group for future residential development.
Jan. 14, 2021
North American Development Group (NADG) purchased land for new home development in the Ken-Caryl Ranch Plains. The potential sale of this land was announced one year ago, and the sale of the land was completed at the end of 2020. This land is privately owned and was not owned by the Master Association. A total of approximately 700 units (single-family, townhomes, and multi-family) are proposed over the three parcels of land. The land is currently zoned for residential use and includes the following locations:
* East of C-470 and north of Ken Caryl Ave. (Parcel A and C)
* Southwest corner of Ken Caryl Ave. and Chatfield Ave. (Parcel B)
NADG updated the draft conceptual site plan for one of the land parcels, called Parcel A, that is located east of C-470 and north of Ken Caryl Ave. in an area known as the North Bowl. The original conceptual plan for this parcel proposed 293 units, but the new draft plan is for 248 units. NADG will send updated conceptual plans for the other two parcels at a later date.
The developer is working with the Master Association’s Architectural Committee on conceptual design of the home exteriors. If you have any questions, please contact Master Association Executive Director Victoria DeSair at email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the land that may be developed?
There are three parcels:
Parcel A: North of Ken Caryl Ave. and east of C-470 (also called the North Bowl)
Parcel B: Southwest corner of Chatfield/Simms and Ken Caryl Ave. (north of the Sunset Ridge community)
Parcel C: North of RTD Park ‘n Ride
Will there be open space?
Yes. The area immediately behind the Saddlewood neighborhood is currently zoned open space, and the zoning will remain the same.
Will these residents pay dues into the Master Association?
Yes, the homes will be within the boundaries of the Master Association and will pay dues like the other homes on Ken-Caryl Ranch. The homes are not currently within the boundaries of the Ken-Caryl Ranch Metropolitan District.
Are the plans final?
No. Plans are preliminary and are subject to change.
Will there be a public input process?
Yes, the developer will go through a process with Jefferson County and will work with the Master Association on community meetings.
When will the project break ground?
The developer hopes to break ground toward the end of 2021 or in 2022.
How many new residents?
It is estimated there could potentially be around 2,000 additional residents.