By Appointment Only


From $1.3 million


3-7 bedrooms



An Exclusive Limited Edition of Thrive’s all-new luxury Panacea Home Collection is coming this summer to North End in Central Park, the final neighborhood in the community formerly known as Stapleton. Only nine exclusive homes will be available with either a Modern Farmhouse or Mid-Century Modern exterior. Thrive will bring together award-winning architecture with its highest level of health and energy features. Each solar-powered Panacea home will feature Thrive’s trademark Zero Energy construction, LEED Platinum certification and a focus on clean indoor air, health and sustainability. The Panacea Collection homes will feature a HERS Score of 15 or less, providing better home comfort, lower operating costs and higher resale values.

A Panacea home will provide you and your family with the POWER OF ZERO®. The Power of Zero Energy Expenses means more money in your pocket; The Power of Zero Cold Toes means more comfort in your life; The Power of Zero Compromise means your home is healthy, efficient AND beautiful; and the Power of Zero Tolerance for the Status Quo means your home is built with the most innovative building techniques and air quality systems in the industry.

As a 2020 Indoor airPLUS Leader Award winner, Thrive Home Builders knows what it takes to build healthy new homes. Thrive’s EPA Indoor airPLUS certification is just a starting point of our superior health features and is enhanced by active radon systems, advanced MERV 13 air filtration, and balanced ventilation to draw clean, fresh air into your home and remove stale air. These days, there has never been a more critical time to consider the indoor air quality in your home. Your new home will truly help your family breathe easier.

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