SCHUCK COMMUNITIES

Bringing excellence through our top-notch team.

Project Portfolio

Schuck has built more than 50 prime residential, mixed-use, commercial, and industrial real estate projects throughout Colorado and the Southwest. Land planning, vertical development, sales and marketing, asset management, and financial structuring have played key roles, both individually and as integrated elements, in the success of these projects.

Adding value in land planning and development requires addressing challenges such as zoning, infrastructure development, financing, political and community issues, and environmental concerns. Seeking opportunity where others see obstacles is a Schuck tradition.

Archived Projects

We invite you to review the comprehensive listing of Schuck projects that have been successfully completed during our five decade history. We are proud of each and every one of them.

Shadow Canyon

Littleton, Colorado - Shadow Canyon is a 30-acre unfinished condominium project in Denver that was acquired by Schuck for the purpose of completing construction.

South Academy Business Center

Colorado Springs, Colorado - South Academy Business Center is a 100-acre industrial park, located just south of Colorado Springs, that was developed by Schuck.

Springs Ranch

Colorado Springs, Colorado - Springs Ranch is a 1,000-acre multi-use project of 3,600 homes co-developed by Schuck.

Superior Centre

Superior, Colorado - Superior Centre is a 34 acre mixed use development fronting U.S. Highway 30 in Boulder, Colorado.

Templeton Heights

Colorado Springs, Colorado - Templeton Heights was a 93-acre development of a combination multi-family residential and self-storage/commercial sites.

Town & Country Business Park

Colorado Springs, Colorado - Schuck developed Town & Country, a 40-acre commercial center in Colorado Springs, that includes 243,000 SqFt of research and development facilities, as well as the first Target store.

University Summit

Colorado Springs, Colorado - University Summit was a 10-acre site developed by Schuck that is now part of the University of Colorado campus.