What’s New

To stay informed on all upcoming projects, visit the City of Durango’s website, www.durangogov.org that lists all upcoming public hearings.


Another great way to enjoy Three Springs is here. Introducing the new Spur Line Trails. Talk about Happy Trails! ūüėČ

In this photo, you’ll see members of Durango DEVO ripping it up in the special SKILLS AREA of the Spur Line Trails. Check out the map for details on the trails and more! Special thanks to Trails 2000, Purgatory, The City of Durango, C&J Gravel and S&S Construction. Reminder to please access the trailhead via Wilson Gulch. Enjoy and Happy Spring!


Mercado District Sees New Building – Includes Apartments!

Three Springs is pleased to welcome Confluence at Three Springs Apartments, Phase 2!    Three, three-story, walk-up buildings  host 70 market-rate apartments with one- and two-bedroom floor plans to suit all interested renters.  With available rental options in Durango getting very slim, these 70 apartments will provide a great entrance point to experiencing life at Three Springs. If you have not visited Three Springs lately, there is a lot to see.   For applications and information, please contact Confluence Leasing Office at 970-259-4375 or visit confluencethreesprings.com .

Animas River Trail Makes It’s Way To Three Springs

art to smart 160Learn more from the City of Durango about the options for continuing our beloved Animas River Trail to Three Springs. The Animas River Trail will eventually connect via the SMART 160 Trail to Three Sprigns and beyond. What a fantastic amenity for Durango and our visiting guests. A detailed map can be found on the City’s website.


Three Springs Crossing

You may be familiar with the “bridges to nowhere” that we have in Durango – on Highway 160, just a bit west of Three Springs. But the inside story is that these bridges will indeed be leading somewhere in the very near future! GF Real Estate Group, a division of the SUIT Growth Fund Real Estate Group, purchased 37 acres that will be home to approximately 250,000 square feet of retail space on what used to be called the “Crader” property.¬† The parcel has been annexed into the City of Durango and plans for roadways are well underway. Read more in an article published in the Durango Herald.

New Park, Playground and Picnic Area!

Close by to the new Cottonwood Inn (above), Three Springs completed a new 2.8 acre neighborhood park.  Confluence Park  features a playground, picnic area, lots of green space and extension of the trail system!  Confluence Park is a great new gathering place to exercise,  picnic, play, or just relax and enjoy the great outdoors.