Introducing Adams Crossing: Phases One and Two

Adams Crossing is a major employment center for the northeast metropolitan region, with excellent highway access to any major destination. Construction is already underway on Phase One, the 91-acre Adams County Government Center, with 1,250 employees and daily visitors. With a sustainable mix of commercial office, retail services, residential neighborhoods and open space amenities, Adams Crossing will eventually be a vibrant community of some 22,000 people.

 
Location Highlights
Regional location at the convergence of I-76, E-470 and 120th Avenue and Sable Boulevard
One of metro area’s fastest growing trade areas
Current population of 143,658 growing 4.45% annually – triple that of Metro Denver
Outstanding visibility from I-76, E-470 and 120th Avenue
Major employer already in place, creating demand for retail services and related business
Flexibility (customized parcel sizes, configurations and phasing available)
In the heart of the Platte Valley Renewable Energy Corridor
Transit-ready with future commuter rail service planned
Housing: Up to 2,500 multifamily and 750 single family homes at a range of prices
Quality of life: Nearby retail services, schools, trails and 100 acres of open space
   
Phase Two
Multi-tenant buildings with retail, restaurants and services
Office buildings in commercial core
Hotel with high visibility on I-76 near 120th Avenue
Multifamily housing sites near open space
Transit-ready for future commuter light rail, Adams Crossing will be a major employment center for over 12,000 workers.

 
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