Briargate

In 1978, the Briargate Master Plan was developed to safeguard the vision, integrity and property values of the community. From the very start, all the elements needed to create a community were included and designed to be cohesive – the school sites, parks and open spaces, roads, social and cultural outlets and a wide range of housing choices. Today, the 9,600-acre master-planned community provides a carefully planned mix of land that offers opportunities to live, worship, work, and play to a wide range of individuals.

In September of 2005, the last new home closing occurred and ended an era of Colorado Springs history—giving way to new master planned communities developed by La Plata Communities

  • Related communities of original Briargate, Cordera, Pine Creek, North Fork at Briargate, the Briargate Business Campus and Briargate Crossing
  • Approximately 7,500 acres
  • Approximately 30,000 residents in over 10,000 households
  • Four high schools, three middle schools, eight elementary schools, and other school district facilities
  • The Briargate Family YMCA
  • The Pine Creek Golf Course and Clubhouse
  • The Cordera Community Center
  • Nearly 4 million square feet of office space, primarily in the Briargate Business Campus, home to USAA, T. Rowe Price, Focus on the Family, California Cusualty and several other employers
  • Over 1 million square feet of major retail shopping, including the Promenade Shops at Briargate, Wal-Mart, Super Target, Lowes, Home Depot, two King Soopers, Albertsons, Safeway and numerous other restaurants and stores
  • Memorial Hospital North and UCHealth Children’s Hospital
  • Over 110-lane miles of arterial streets
  • Briargate Parkway Interchange on Interstate 25, State Highway 21 (Powers Boulevard)
  • Several churches and places of worship
  • Extensive parks and trail systems