It’s a mindset, really. We all want the window seat. Or the room with the balcony. Or the office that faces downtown. But during our vacation, that view is unfortunately, fleeting. And if we’re fortunate enough to score a great window office, it’s only a matter of time before it loses its luster as the day-to-day grind takes over.

And thus, we can’t seem to shake that nagging feeling that something’s missing. We lose perspective. Gratitude fades. Our view could always be better, it seems. The urge never leaves. It’s inherent. We seem to know that our surroundings affect our mindset. Especially when one considers an hour staring at traffic, verses an hour watching the setting sun from a hillside vista. Each requires zero conscious effort from us, yet, which do we naturally desire? Which does more for our frame of mind? Which deteriorates and which rejuvenates?

Imagine that. What we see actually affects how we see.

Vista literally means ‘view’, and yet, it translates to much more than what we see.

A better view is different for all of us. But that doesn‘t mean that we all couldn’t use an upgrade.

Life at ColoVista means that this view is close enough to swing by and play a peaceful and stimulating round of golf as often as you like here. This view is special enough to bring your most meaningful celebrations here. Because there’s not a bad seat in the house, this view can be rewarding and rejuvenating each time you dine here. And this view is certainly big enough, wide enough, and generous enough to make your home here.