What’s in a Name?

The Cooper’s Crossing development, when it first launched, was built on lands acquired by the Cooper family who farmed the land for over 100 years. 

The Cooper’s Crossing development, when it first launched, was built on lands acquired by the Cooper family who farmed the land for over 100 years.  Later, more land was purchased by Westmark, the developer of Cooper’s Crossing, to expand the development to the size it is today. This land was purchased from the Reynolds family. The image below shows the Reynolds family farm (circa 1965) located on what is currently Cooper’s Town Promenade. The Promenade features the Reynolds Clock Tower in order to pay homage to the homesteaders of this land.

Recognizing local history is important to Westmark.  For example, in most of the development streets were named after the Cooper family. A NEW phase of the development has been dedicated to the Reynolds family through street naming and is home to the Reynolds Collection.

The Reynolds Collection offers front drive, rear lane and paired homes in a smaller, more affordable package.  This Collection continues the Cooper’s Crossing quality you’ve come to know.  It is located in the southeast corner of Cooper’s Crossing adjacent to 40th Avenue and Morningside – land once owned by the Reynolds family

Cooper’s Crossing Annual Garage Sale

If you love a good bargain, then mark your calendar for the Cooper’s Crossing Annual Garage Sale.

Coopers Town Promenade Celebrates Opening

Ronmor Developments will host a grand opening of Coopers Town Promenade with fun for the whole family on Saturday, September 22.