The Cordera subdivision is located in the northeast part of Colorado Springs, in the Briargate area. The community is in the Academy District #20 attendance area and provides access to some of the most popular schools in the area. It's a residential community with a mixture of single-family homes and multifamily units. Nearby shopping centers offer a variety of retail options to meet daily needs. Within the subdivision, amenities include a community center, parks, walking trails, and a pool. The focus on family-friendly features and proximity to essential services makes Cordera a smart choice for those considering a move to this part of Colorado Springs.
Located just east of Powers, Cordera is a popular subdivision at the eastern edge of Briargate and just north of Wolf Ranch. This area is in the Academy #20 School District and is close to a wide range of amenities and services, and amenities.
A great community needs a great clubhouse, and Cordera has one. This 8,000-square-foot clubhouse is more than a rec center, it’s a destination for residents and has much to offer. Let’s start with the 30’ X 75’ lap pool (three lanes), and there is a heated outdoor pool with a kid's splash zone, top of the line fitness center, with classes and lots of places to hang out and work, or relax, as well as meeting spaces
This is an attractive 5 plus acre community lawn. The neighborhood sponsors events, farmers markets, and concerts in this space during the warmer months. This is also a great place to play with the kids or pets.
There are no retail shops or restaurants within the Cordera Community but there are plenty within a short drive. The Powers Corridor offers a wide range of commercial, retail, shopping, and restaurants. From national brands, and big-box stores, to small local shops. You can find it in the Powers area.
This is a well-maintained, 5.5-acre park located in northeast Colorado Springs. While not actually in the Cordera Neighborhood, this is a short drive, or walk away. The park features a playground, basketball court, horseshoe pits, and more. The park is also home to ball fields, and a splash park.
Yes, Cordera is in the greater Briargate area. Cordera lies east of Highway 21 or North Powers Boulevard. Developed by the same group that developed Briargate, Cordera was the next chapter in their development plan. The two areas share a border but different names.
Cordera offers a selection of builders from local builders to some great national home builders, building their best new homes: Classic Homes, Vantage Homes, Campbell Homes, Creekstone Homes, Goetzmann Custom Homes, Toll Brothers, and Saddletree Homes.
Yes, Cordera has a homeowner's association, and covenants. The HOA is responsible for the common elements of the neighborhood as well as enforcing the covenants, and high architectural standards.