Welcome to Las Colinas
Las Colinas Condominium Owners' Association Celebrates Diversity.
People from all over the world call Las Colinas home. We are proud of the diversity in our Community. As prospective buyers look at joining our Community, we want to respond to Arizona SB 1062, by reaffirming our long standing commitment to diversity. We welcome all persons regardless of gender, age, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, or color.
Standing at the top of the hill, with the Santa Catalina Mountains rising behind it, Las Colinas is located on Tucson's lovely eastside. Where Wilmot turns into Tanque Verde, Las Colinas is at the gateway to Tucson's famous restaurant row. With Jonathan's Cork, Moma's Hawian Barbeque, Jimmie John's Sandwiches and the Saddle horn Saloon next door, you can walk to everything from continental to casual dining. On the other side of Las Colinas is the El Dorado Medical complex. To the east is the Dorado Golf Course, open to the public. Shopping, Services, and Entertainment are all within a mile radius.
Built in 1973, Las Colinas converted to condominiums in 1978, Comprised of 250 privately owned homes in 31 buildings, Las Colinas covers 8 landscaped acres with two private swimming pools, and three laundry rooms.
There are multiple floor plans, ranging from a 500 square foot studio, to one bedroom plans from 600 sq. ft. to an 800 sq. ft. split level plan with a loft, to two bedrooms with four different layouts, to a three bedroom plan with almost 1200 square feet.
All homes have at least one balcony or patio, and one assigned covered parking space. Many homes have fire places. Some homes have sweeping views of the mountains.
People from all over the world call Las Colinas home. From Canada to Japan, from England to Mexico, from Belarus to Somalia, Las Colinas is proud of our diverse community. Whether you are a snowbird, busy professional, graduate student, young family, or retired; Las Colinas provides a low-maintenance condominium lifestyle. In addition to people, Las Colinas is home year-a-round flowers and a variety of happy hummingbirds. Tacomas, red cannas, blue-skys, magnolas, and citrus delight the eyes and perfume the air. We have one of the most impressive stands of night-blooming Cerus in Tucson, with dozens of blooms during monsoon season.