Port Colorado Aims To Bring 6,500 Acres Of Industrial, Mixed-Use Development To Aurora

Denver, Colorado
October 19 < 1

By Kate Tracy and Greg Avery, Denver Business Journal

This article first appeared in the Denver Business Journal on Oct. 7, 2022

Adams County is gearing up for a massive new rail-served industrial and commercial park southeast of the Denver International Airport.

Port Colorado, a 6,500-acre master-planned community, hopes to lure companies to its highly desirable land, the majority of which is located north of Interstate 70 between Imboden and Manila Roads along the Union Pacific Railroad.

There may be no project like Port Colorado anywhere in the region, given its proximity to DIA, the Colorado Air and Space Port and Aurora, its rail access and the fact that such a large swath of property is under single ownership, said Wendy Mitchell, president and CEO of Aurora Economic Development Council.

Tyler Reed, Dominic DiOrio and Peter Beugg with Stream Realty are representing Port Colorado. Reed said he’s been working on the project since December 2020.

Read the complete Denver Business Journal story for details about the project and see why it took more than four years for Port Colorado to get to a point where the team felt prepared to reveal its plans for the land.

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