Since 2019, there have been some major changes to the MLS map for the Pikes Peak region. Essentially, there are no areas that are specifically demarcated for the northeast or for that matter, for any other designated areas for El Paso County.
So… take a look at this 2:00 minute video. It covers major portions of the northeast, as well as some views of Pine Creek, Cordera and the Malls at Briargate. Practically from any location in the northeast of Colorado Springs, you will enjoy seeing Pikes Peak, as well as the contiguous, foothill mountains.
Approximately 25 square miles boast of Colorado suburban living in this part of town. The average elevation is around 6,500 feet. Though the northeast has been around since the 70’s, new things are happening there. There are abundant housing options at various price points, 58 schools in School District 11, University Village development, new shopping, new restaurants, and more movie theatres are some of the amenities about this growing area.
As you move more central on the northeast side of town, you can’t really miss the expansive growth of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. The university is slated to become larger than the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado. Continued growth, residential investment opportunity, commercial development and simply, electricity flows among the students and neighborhoods of this area just east of I-25.
Enjoy the video and perhaps you might become part of the neighborhoods of the northeast of Colorado Springs. Feel free to contact Selley Group Real Estate, LLC, 719-598-5101, if you have additional questions.