Location: NWC 112th & Simms Street, Broomfield, CO 80021
Owner: Joint venture with Jefferson County and Urban Frontier, LLC
Size: Total development is 628 acres. Multiple parcels available. Approximately 123 acres in the Aviation Industry section, and several 20-40 acre lots in the non-aviation section.
Zoning: ODP. Zoned for Mixed-Use with defined development sections, including commercial, office, light industrial and aviation
Asking Price: Negotiable
Highway Access: 2.5 miles to US 36, ~12 miles to I-25, I-270, and I-76 interchanges. The new four-lane Jefferson Parkway will go through the NW portion of the site.
Air Access: 36 miles to Denver International Airport
Rail Access: None
Electric Power: Xcel Energy. Two13.2 kV lines are adjacent. Both with 15 MW capacity available. Simms Substation is located adjacent to the southwest corner of this development. A 230Kv line serves the substation.
Natural Gas: Xcel Energy. 6" IP Main, and 20" HP Main. 6" IP Main has 50+ MSCFH capacity at 90+ psig available pressure. 20" HP Main has 150+ MSCFH capacity at 200+ psig available pressure.
Water: Water will be provided by Jefferson County or Broomfield Water. Several 12 inch and 16 inch lines are planned for the park and lines are already in place in adjacent park roads.
Sewer: Provided by Broomfield Water. 10 inch, 12 inch, and 16 inch gravity lines are planned for the park, and lines already in place in the adjacent park roads.
Storm Water: A stormwater masterplan, with multiple regional water quality and detention ponds within the development, is designed to provide the park’s treatment and detention for the tributary areas.
Telecom/Fiber: Zayo Group. Dark fiber along CO 128. Additional laterals under construction. Fiber surrounds Rocky Mountain Airport which could provide diversity to the site.
Available Site Due Diligence Documentation
Title Commitment: Yes
Aerial Site Views and Maps: Yes
Park Master Plan: Yes
Utility Service Maps: Yes
Site Dimensions and Configuration: Yes
Wetlands Map: Yes
Phase 1 Environmental Assessment: Yes
Archeological and Historic Use Assessments: Not required
Park Covenants and Restrictions: Yes
Transportation Access Maps: Yes
Geotechnical Study/ Soil Survey: Yes
FEMA Flood Plain Designation with Map: Yes
Air Attainment Status: Yes
Endangered Species Assessment: Not required
Available General Community Information
Community Profile and Demographics: Yes
State and Local Incentives Overview: Yes
Letters of Support: Yes
Business and Industrial Support Services and Amenitites Profile: Yes
Leigh Seeger, Vice President
Jefferson County Economic Development Corporation
1667 Cole Blvd. #400
Lakewood, CO 80401
Stephanie Henley, Manager, Corporate Economic Development
1800 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80202