LOVELAND, Colo. — Today, McWhinney announced the groundbreaking of Kinston, a new residential village in the buildout of the award-winning 3,000-acre master-planned Centerra community in Loveland, Colo. Spanning 630 acres, Kinston will offer 2,800 home sites and accommodate nearly 8,000 residents by the time of completion within the next 10-15 years. Located at the epicenter of northern Colorado, Kinston will add to the fabric of Centerra with its planned parks, amenities, outdoor recreation, schools, and the use of trails and nature to link the community together.
“Breaking ground on Kinston marks a pivotal milestone in the expansion of our Centerra community, as we build upon our legacy of creating great places and providing fabled experiences,” said Chad McWhinney, CEO and co-founder of McWhinney. “Since the introduction of Centerra nearly two decades ago, McWhinney’s vision continues to evolve as we aim to attract a diverse population, build a stronger community and elicit a sense of wonder from residents and guests.”
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