TransPort Colorado is a 6,500 acre master-planned industrial and commercial park, located within one of the fastest growing regions in the country and is poised to be the Rocky Mountain Region’s epicenter for Distribution, Technology and Manufacturing.

Development Features

Jurisdiction

  • City of Aurora, Adams County CO

Permitting

  • 1,154 acres – Construction Ready Summer 2020

  • City of Aurora – Fast Track Planning and Permitting

Zoning

  • Heavy and Light Industrial

  • Commercial

Access

  • 5,000 Feet of Frontage Along I-70

  • 19,000 Feet of Frontage Along Colfax Avenue

  • 19,000 Feet of Frontage Along Union Pacific mainline

Location

  • Denver Metro Area Forecast to Grow by 1M+ People by 2050.

  • Along the I-70 Distribution Corridor

  • Along Colfax Ave (US-40) Longest Commercial Street in the US.

  • 0.1 miles to Colorado Air and Space Port

  • 9 miles to Denver International Airport

  • 22 miles to Downtown Denver

Utilities

  • Electricity: Xcel Energy - 230kV Available & Capable of Serving up to 100+ MW, Redundant Sources also Available.

  • Xcel Energy MegaSite Certified

  • Water: City of Aurora - Under Development

  • Gas: Colorado Natural Gas – 500” +/- Existing CNG Steel Gas Main

  • Fiber: CenturyLink, Zayo, and ESTech

  • Renewables: Onsite Green Energy Initiatives

Incentives

  • Multiple Economic Incentive Programs

  • Foreign Trade Zone 293

TransPort

TransPort Colorado is Colorado’s and the City of Aurora’s largest new rail-served logistics and commerce park with 1,154 acres of heavy industrial zoned lots, available for 2020 development. Currently underway at TransPort Colorado is a planned on-site rail and truck transload facility

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DataPort

DataPort Colorado is positioned to be the next high-tech computing space in the Denver Metro area. This Xcel Energy certified MegaSite 1,264 acres of land available and unique access to Denver’s tech talent, DataPort is suited for disaster recovery, colocation, hyperscale computing, and enterprise data center space.

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Location

  • Access to multiple modes of transportation:

    *Union Pacific Railroad
    *Interstate 70
    *Colorado Air & Space Port
    *Denver International Airport

  • Proximity to major transportation routes:​

    *Interstate 70: <2 minutes
    *E-470: 10 minutes
    *Interstate 25: 25 minutes

  • 25 minutes to Downtown Denver

  • Access to multiple modes of transportation:

    *Union Pacific Railroad
    *Interstate 70
    *Colorado Air & Space Port
    *Denver International Airport

  • Proximity to major transportation routes:​

    *Interstate 70: <2 minutes
    *E-470: 10 minutes
    *Interstate 25: 25 minutes

  • 25 minutes to Downtown Denver

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Colorado Air & Space Port

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Interstate-70

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Denver International Airport (DEN)

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Downtown Denver

Unparalleled access for businesses ready to expand into one of the nation's fastest growing states.

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