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Introducing a new way
to live in Centerra
Loveland  |  Colorado

This is big.

Kinston is a new village coming to Centerra. And it’s a direct response to Northern Colorado’s desire for something fresh in the way of home and community design. From day one, Kinston will be different from everything else in the region.

So let’s rethink the whole idea of town. Let’s hop on a bike and leave the car in the garage. Let’s invite people from all walks and every stage of life. Let’s get back to the things that matter. To beauty. And craft. And real community.

New Homes Coming 2021
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Where

Much is here. More is coming.

Centerra is many things. Located in Loveland where I-25 intersects Highway 34, it’s a true regional hub. Northern Colorado’s go-to spot for shopping, dining, art and entertainment. It’s the workplace of more than 8,000 employees and home to over 150 companies. It is also Colorado’s first and only Certified Community Wildlife Habitat*, a place of lakes, miles of trails and nature. And living in Kinston, on the rising ground just east of I-25, you’ll be right at the heart of it all.

*Certified by the National Wildlife Federation

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KEY
Centerra: The hub of Northern Colorado
  • CENTERRA NEW HOMES
    • Kinston
    • The Lakes
      12 min
  • ACCESSIBILITY
    • Denver International Airport
      51 min
    • Centerra-Loveland Station
      (Mobility Hub Coming 2022)
      5 min
    • COLT BUS RAPID TRANSIT STOP
      3 min
  • Nature & Culture
    • Chapungu Sculpture Park
      3 min
    • High Plains Environmental Center
      11 min
    • Boyd Lake State Park
      11 min
    • Rocky Mountain National Park
      58 min
    • Budweiser Event Center
      8 min
  • SHOPPING, DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
    • The Promenade Shops
      10 min
    • Centerra Marketplace
      5 min
    • Downtown Loveland
      12 min
    • Old Town Fort Collins
      22 min
    • Johnstown Plaza
      5 min
  • Health & Education
    • UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies
      7 min
    • Colorado State University
      22 min
    • University of Northern Colorado
      24 min
    • High Plains Pre-K – 8 STEAM School
      6 min
    • Mountain View High School
      8 min
  • *Travel times from Kinston are approximate
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WHY
Photo credit: Cody Johnson

Why here?
Why now?

Welcome to Northern Colorado, an energetic mix of college, commerce and culture. The population is growing and the economy is grooving. People and companies are moving here from all over, bringing with them the desire for new kinds of homes and a fresh take on town living.

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WHAT
… for people looking for a new home in a new kind of place. A place that remembers when homes were full of character, life was convenient and community meant people spending time together.
Kinship + Town = Kinston

A more connected day.

Living in Kinston, you’ll be able to bike to The Promenade Shops for dinner. Walk to a concert in Chapungu Sculpture Park. Hop on a trail that takes you around Houts Reservoir and Equalizer Lake. This isn’t a promise for the future; it’s a reality that will be in place day one. And with I-25 and the coming Centerra-Loveland Station just minutes from home, you’ll find that destinations like Denver Union Station and Coors Field are much more convenient.

A healthier rhythm.

In this walkable community — crisscrossed with trails that connect to parks, shops, eateries and so much more — it’s only natural to head outside and get your blood pumping. And with all sorts of concerts, community events and gathering places, you find yourself making new friends and spending more time with old friends.

A finer grain of design.

From unique parks to streets where the homes embody a fresh interpretation of classic architecture — every aspect of Kinston is designed to inspire and delight. And with a thoughtful community plan, Kinston makes everyday life just a little easier.

Certified wild.

Centerra is home to the one-of-a-kind High Plains Environmental Center. And thanks to the ongoing efforts of the HPEC, Centerra is the only place in Colorado that has been designated by the National Wildlife Federation as a Certified Community Wildlife Habitat. What does this mean? Simply that in Centerra, nature is part of everyday life.

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Who

We are McWhinney

We introduced Centerra about two decades ago with the vision of creating a true centerpiece for Northern Colorado. A place that would bring people together for work and play and lunch and school and date nights and nature walks and, well, a little of everything. Since then our community vision has both broadened and sharpened. We understand that human needs and lifestyle choices are evolving rapidly. And we’re bringing to Centerra insights we’ve gained from our work on places like Union Station and the Dairy Block in Denver, and from transforming places along the front range. Insights and experience about blending town and community. Nature and human connections. And the very notion of a balanced life well lived.

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