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.
Bromley Interstate Business Park
Bromley Interstate Business Park is to be the premier production center of the northeast Denver metro area. Located along Interstate 76 with excellent access and visibility and featuring Class I Freight Rail service, the sites accommodate a variety of industrial, commercial and office users.
The business park is just 15 minutes from Denver International Airport, 20 minutes from downtown Denver and 10 minutes from I-70 and I-25. Visibility is excellent thanks to the topography of the site. Three local arterials-- Bromley Lane, Bridge Street and Baseline Road-- connect the park to residential and retail amenities throughout Brighton. Unique to the market, the property has access to Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, which runs along the eastern boundary of the property. The existing rail spur provides cost and time savings for industries needing freight rail serivcea 300-acre rail-served industrial center located along I-76 in Brighton, Colorado. The Park has excellent access via multiple interstate interchanges and excellent visibility over three miles of interstate frontage.
Located just 22 minutes northeast of downtown Denver near the intersection of I-76 and E-470 in Brighton, Colorado, Prairie Center is a new, 2,000-acre master-planned community that truly offers it all. Upon completion, you’ll find 3,000 beautiful single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and apartments here, ranging from the high $100's to $700k.
Within walking distance will be almost 2 million square feet of the finest retailers in America offering an exhilarating shopping, dining and entertainment experience.
Brighton has identified approximately 1,500 acres of developable land on the north side of the city. Brighton Economic Development Corporation convened a leadership team that envisions a diversified economic strategy modeled around sustainable growth that builds on the resources and human capital of the area and the region. A possible partnership is being explored with the city of Ft. Lupton, who identified approximately 1,600 acres of developable land, to create an Energy Corridor focused on attracting businesses within the industry cluster.