Westerly provides thoughtful, beautifully designed spaces so residents can share and foster a sense of togetherness.
Westerly Community Map
NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION — PLANNED COMPLETION 2024
Whether you’re looking to connect with neighbors, soothe your mind or strengthen your body, everything you need is at Westerly Waypoint. Wellness, exercise and meeting up with friends are at the heart of this beautiful, community space. Kick back and mingle on our spacious porches or explore our calendar of social activities, including concerts, food trucks and more. Programs focused on health and wellness perfectly complement fitness options that range from cardio to group exercise. And with its proximity to the swimming pool, play areas and the Great Lawn, Westerly Waypoint is the perfect spot to find a balanced way of life.
Outdoor fitness lawn
Large front and back gathering porches
The Village Center
Welcome to the hub of your new “hometown.” This is truly Westerly’s spot to see and be seen. Our style of community crafting brings shops, restaurants and services closer to residents, enabling a more efficient use of local resources and creating a more enjoyable place to live. The Village Center will be one of your favorite destinations for social interactions.
Trails & Connections
Stretch your legs, clear your mind and lose yourself while exploring more than 4.5 miles of trails that are creatively integrated to offer you a feeling of connection throughout the Westerly community. These trails connect to larger hiking trails throughout Erie via the Coal Creek Trail. And nearby Erie Singletrack provides an extensive system of bike-riding loops and trails for beginners and experts alike.
Parks & Open Spaces
Westerly’s neighborhood parks and abundance of open space are your invitation to step away from the day-to-day, breathe deeply, reduce stress and soak up the peace and tranquility of the nature that’s around you. Every Westerly resident is within a 5-minute walk to parks and pedestrian trail network connections. The walkable design of the community invites the opportunity for daily interactions between neighbors, leading to an incredibly close-knit community.
100 acres of undeveloped open space
Expansive views of Longs Peak and the Front Range
Connected to neighbors and nature