woman in her apartment home

 

When the Tribune interviewed Joan Armstrong last summer, she was anticipating great things from her impending move to Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo. 

She moved into McHenry’s Crossing on December 1, shortly after the neighborhood opened, and she hasn’t been disappointed. 

woman in her apartment home

 

When the Tribune interviewed Joan Armstrong last summer, she was anticipating great things from her impending move to Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo. 

She moved into McHenry’s Crossing on December 1, shortly after the neighborhood opened, and she hasn’t been disappointed. 

picture of High Line Overlook

In 32 years of Erickson Living, the company has never built a clubhouse that includes apartment homes. Until now.

couple staring out there window looking at mountains

Bob and Patty Lee had been eyeing Crest since July 2006, but it wasn’t until the Highlands Ranch, Colo., community announced construction of its new residence building, McHenry’s Crossing, that they jumped at the chance to move.

Bob and Patti Lee at Wind Crest

As Wind Crest welcomed its first 11 residents to the nearly sold-out McHenry’s Crossing in mid November, the Highlands Ranch community also began buzzing with anticipation for Parry Landing, a second new residence building estimated to open next spring.

two women at a table

Buying a home and selling a home are usually disjointed efforts, yet they go hand in hand. What if you had a team of professionals helping you from start to finish? Imagine how much easier the process would be.

man in sit-ski

If you’re looking for inspiration to get moving, try something adventurous, or conquer a goal, look no further than Crest, Erickson Living’s community in Highlands Ranch, Colo.