Living at Heritage Hills puts Lone Tree’s best right in your backyard

Beyond the abundant amenities right here in your own community, life at Heritage Hills offers you the richness of city-close opportunities.

Situated off of C-470 and I-25, Heritage Hills enjoys a prime location near the best fun and entertainment in the Denver area. Here, you can try your hand at championship golf at the Lone Tree Golf Club, only five minutes away. Swim, lift, run, bike, play or just relax at the Lone Tree Recreation Center, with its dozens of activities catering to children and grownups. Indulge in a day of retail therapy at Park Meadows – Colorado’s biggest shopping center – featuring 185 shops and eateries. Or attend one of dozens of performances at Lone Tree Arts Center – perfect for a night out with the family.

Just across the street, south of Lincoln Avenue, RidgeGate’s urbanscape is taking shape, offering a mix of retail, office and health services; cultural and recreational facilities; and a city center. Not to mention over 1,000 acres of parks, trails, natural habitat and open space to keep you richly connected to nature.

Shopping & Dining

Heritage Hills is located just two miles from the world-class Park Meadows shopping center in Lone Tree, featuring 185 top retailers and restaurants. Along with everything from lululemon to American Girl and Pottery Barn to Anthropologie, the Park Meadows mall is anchored by big-brand stores like Nordstrom and Macy’s. Adjacent to the mall is The Vistas at Park Meadows, a fun alternative for open-air shopping and al fresco dining. Restaurant options abound and include White Chocolate Grill, Season’s 52, Perry’s Steak House, Brio Tuscan Grill and the Yard House.

Living at Heritage Hills also means you can leave your car at home. Lone Tree shopping and restaurants are always close at hand. Hop on your bike or simply stroll over to everyday destinations like Safeway, Sprouts Farmers Market, Starbucks and Target as well as casual lunch and dinner spots like Snooze, Sierra, Noodles & Company and Chipotle Mexican Grill.

Arts & Entertainment

Sure, downtown Denver is easily accessed via light rail or I-25, but phenomenal Lone Tree entertainment and arts are right outside your door.

For starters, the Lone Tree Arts Center offers a nonstop roster of exciting cultural events, including plays, musicals, opera and concerts ranging from jazz to classical. The center also hosts special events like casino nights, art exhibits and children’s science programs.

The City of Lone Tree sponsors some of the area’s most popular entertainment events, including summer concerts, outdoor movies and an annual Arbor Day celebration. And residents love the farmers’ market, held every Saturday during the summer. There’s also a spectacular, seasonal outdoor concert venue nearby – the largest in the Denver metro area – at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre in the Denver Tech Center.

Health & Fitness

Beyond the two pools, trails, parks and sports fields in Heritage Hills, there’s a whole community devoted to living life well. Enjoy close and convenient access to Lone Tree hospitals, healthcare and multiple recreation options that support a healthy lifestyle.

Outstanding medical resources are close at hand. Heritage Hills is less than 1.5 miles from Sky Ridge Medical Center. This state-of-the-art facility features the latest technology, patient-centric care and distinguished doctors who’ve made 5280 magazine’s list of Denver’s Top Doctors. Kaiser Permanente Multi-Specialty Center provides members with convenient access to a variety of specialty services in its 275,000-square-foot facility. And OnPointe Urgent Care is also close, offering convenient care by board-certified emergency room physicians with an on-site lab, digital x-ray and pharmacy.

Even better than access to top-notch healthcare are the opportunities for everyday healthy living in Lone Tree. Walk or bike for miles on the Willow Creek Trail, which connects to the High Line Canal Trail to the north or south to the East/West Regional Trail, Prairie Sky Park and Lone Tree Recreation Center, less than two miles away. At the Lone Tree Recreation Center, you can keep your workouts fresh with an aquatic facility, track, weightlifting and cardio equipment, gymnasium and racquetball courts to choose from.

Golf lovers will be happy to know that the Lone Tree Golf Club, with its 18-hole Arnold Palmer-designed championship course, is less than a five-minute drive from Heritage Hills. Other nearby courses include the Inverness Golf Course, Meridian Golf Club and The Ridge at Castle Pines North.

Learn more about the City of Lone Tree’s parks, trails and other amenities.