Rendering of a Century Communities single-family home at Littleton Village.
Rendering of a Century Communities single-family home at Littleton Village.

Century Communities and Richmond American Homes have purchased 281 home sites in Denver's sought-after Littleton Village, the largest available infill site in the area. The firms will build a mixture of single-family homes and townhomes in the neighborhood, which is in close proximity to jobs, parks, shopping, and dining.

Located on a former Marathon Oil research site, Littleton Village is Littleton's largest mixed-use development on 77 acres with the potential for 250,000 square feet of retail and office space, and up to 900 housing units. Littleton City Council approved Littleton Village's final subdivision plans and master development last summer, according to the Denver Post. WIP Littleton Village LLC, a subsidiary of Watt Investment partners, owned the land but last week announced that the company has begun selling off pieces of the property.

Century Communities, a production builder with developments in Colorado, Georgia, Nevada, and Texas, purchased 180 of the sites and plans to build two styles of townhomes and alley-loaded single-family homes with high quality features and design. Forty-two of the Century Communities sites are allotted for two-story single-family homes designed with up to four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and two-bay attached garages. Century Communities will also deliver 68 traditional two-story townhomes, each with three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms and a two-car garage. 

Rendering of a Richmond American single-family home planned for Littleton Village.
Rendering of a Richmond American single-family home planned for Littleton Village.

Century Communities will also build 70 three-story, urban-style townhomes that will include a contemporary exterior design and two-bay, drive-under garages.

Richmond American Homes of Colorado, an M.D.C. Holdings, Inc. subsidiary, acquired 101 lots in the community with plans to offer single-family homes in six traditional floor plans and three new high-density Cityscape plans. The traditional homes will include up to six bedrooms and be sized up to approximately 3,000 square feet. The Cityscape homes, which are geared toward buyers seeking a modern, affordable, low-maintenance home near Denver, will include up to three bedrooms and as much as 1,750 square feet.