Urban Development Meets Rural Roots

Sterling Ranch Townhomes

Land Development - Civil Engineering

Within the 3,400-acre master-planned community of Sterling Ranch, this project will contain 94 townhome lots on 8 acres when complete in 2021. Located in the primarily rural Douglas County, the push to bring a denser, urban style of development to this area has increased, however the county regulations and standards currently in place do not adequately address the nuances of this type of development. CORE has been instrumental in guiding the project through the design and permitting process and in developing plans that show more detail than the typical engineering plan to provide Douglas County with adequate information to perform plan review along with helping form and shape Douglas County’s perception and approach to urban development.

CORE provided services from site plan layout through final construction documents on Sterling Ranch Townhomes. The firm leveraged its experience on behalf of the client to communicate, attend meetings, and provide additional information to ensure development was not impeded.

Project Highlights
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94 Lots
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Urban Development in a Rural Setting
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Design & Permitting Process Experts
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