Tom and Caroline Hoyt had a grand vision for Colorado, rethinking the nature of community and connection. McStain Neighborhoods began in Boulder County.
Shanahan Ridge development begins in South Boulder. Our Timberline Series homes could be sited on a variety of lot slopes with several attached or detached garage options.
Boasting 1,640 houses over 571 acres, Centennial in Louisville, Colorado was purchased by McStain Neighborhoods.
McStain acquires largest land holding to date, establishing the framework for one of our greatest neighborhoods. Indian Peaks exemplifies smart, sustainable land planning.
Our Queen Anne Victorian entry wins Best in Show in Denver’s Parade of Homes, launching a multi-year relationship with the Lowry Redevelopment Authority.
McStain participated in one of Denver’s largest urban redevelopments at Stapleton. Over eight years we built over 700 homes with eight distinct product categories.
We were the first residential builder contributing to the Belmar master plan redevelopment, with its vibrant dining, shopping and cultural setting.
The first of three phases for McStain’s award-winning Curtis Park project begins, capturing the true essence of Victorian and Italianate-styled architecture to downtown Denver.
McStain’s Triple Crown Meadows project begins, offering beautiful, expensive home sites within a natural setting in the charming Niwot community.