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About Three Springs in Durango, Colorado
Southwest Colorado’s first traditional neighborhood development is located just east of Historic Downtown Durango at the corner of US Highway 160 and Three Springs Boulevard.
Anchored by our area’s finest medical campus, including Mercy Regional Medical center and the connected Medical Office Building, Three Springs is nestled in a beautiful 620+ acre valley over half of which is dedicated to open space, parks, schools and recreational use. Trail systems tie-in to the locally famous Telegraph Trail System and progress continues towards completing the SMART 160 Trail which will link Durango’s Animas River Trail to Bayfield.
Three Springs is served by the City of Durango public transportation system (The “T”). The entire community is being built according to a master sustainability plan which includes energy efficient building practices, neighborhood interaction and education, intelligent land stewardship and more — all assuring that generations will be proud to call Three Springs home.
The innovative solutions for water conservation, energy efficiency, air quality, recycling, education, economic viability and community-building at Three Springs were not afterthoughts. These have always been the original plan in preserving the green homes in the neighborhoods we are creating here. Long-term preservation of this community and its land originated when the land was purchased and planning began in 2001 and 2002.
Traditional Neighborhood Development
The Three Springs Neighborhood is founded on the principles of Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND), a responsible land stewardship ethic, and the historic and cultural values of Durango and Southwest Colorado.
Three Springs is being developed by Tierra Group – a wholly-owned business of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe Growth Fund. Tierra Group manages regional investments and operating companies in all facets of real estate in the Four Corners Region, including Durango, Colorado.
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