Some might say Reunion’s festive streak is simply a function of the fun, friendly people who tend to move there. (At Reunion, there’s a great mix of all sorts of folks eager to connect.) Or it could be the award-winning rec center, where the community comes together for everything from movie nights to Fourth of July concerts and fireworks. All true, but there’s another factor at work: Reunion offers perfect places for entertaining in residents’ own homes. Visit any of the model homes and you may find yourself dreaming up the guest list for your housewarming party.
In Shea’s SPACES Collection, the 3507 model keeps everyone connected at your get-togethers. The kitchen, with island seating, flows right into the dining area and great room. No one gets left out of the conversation, even if they’re busy prepping the meal.
As many Reunion residents know, a stroll through this lovely, 52-acre park is a delightful way to start or end your day. But for those who don’t yet indulge in this daily pleasure, we invite you on this virtual walk.
Reunion Park is the crown jewel of the community—although you’ll find no shortage of beautiful, natural spaces woven throughout the neighborhood. In fact, Reunion boasts 150 acres of parks, 10 miles of trails and 170 acres of open space. But the largest and most diverse space is Reunion Park.
Hard to believe, but it’s already been 13 years since Reunion was established. Back in 202, Shea Homes’ master plan was inspired by the former agricultural area’s prime location – rural and peaceful, yet an easy drive into vibrant downtown Denver. For the more than 1,500 families who live there today, Reunion has fulfilled on its promise of providing the very best of urban and suburban living.
Join us as we walk down memory lane; the photos below show how our community has grown!
This monument to Reunion’s agricultural past still welcomes guests and residents – but with a little more surrounding foliage nowadays.
Taller trees make everyday walks a little more beautiful.
The 2005 Kite & Flight Festival attracted a few intrepid flyers among our early residents, but check out the large crowd spotted at our 2014 Movie Night.
New architecture at Reunion shares in the current aesthetic for clean lines with mid-century echoes.
Today’s home decor leans toward cooler colors, stainless and other man-made materials and away from natural wood and warmer tones.
Back in 2005, a walk around the lake was nice… but now the tall grasses and cattails create a lovely perimeter.
Today, with multiple parks, 10 miles of trails, 8 acres of lakes, a 21,000-square-foot recreation center, community events, and an adjacent golf course, Reunion residents have countless opportunities for fun and connection.