JUNE 2018 ISSUE
Urban Renewal Plan Approval for Mile High Greyhound Park Creates Opportunity for Development 

The urban renewal plan for the Mile High Greyhound Park redevelopment was approved by the Commerce City Planning Commission, Urban Renewal Authority and City Council earlier this month. Approval of the plan allows the master developer for the site, REGen, LLC, to use tax increment financing (TIF) to finance construction of infrastructure on the site. This new infrastructure will provide better connectivity between residential areas to the north and east to the commercial areas on the site. The approved site plan and zoning includes designated retail and commercial areas, main street retail and commercial along Parkway Drive (which will be extended through the site), a training/education facility and a diverse mix of new residential housing types. Find more information at  c3gov.com/MHGP.
Commerce City is Ready for Retail

While Commerce City is one of the fastest growing communities in Colorado, a recent retail trade area analysis showed that there are many opportunities to meet retail needs due to a growing population and workforce throughout the city. The city is developing the new Ready for Retail awareness campaign to spread the word about the great opportunities for retail development in Commerce City. Initial outreach is targeting national restaurant brands, commercial real estate brokers and developers. Commercial brokers and real estate developers interested in learning more about the potential that exists in the city are invited to contact the economic development division at redefiningcommerce@c3gov.com.
Bison Ridge Recreation Center Now Open

The city's brand new, 108,000-square-foot Bison Ridge Recreation Center is now open at 13905 E. 112th Avenue (just off Highway 2). Bison Ridge includes an indoor pool with water slide, gymnasium with walking/jogging track, fitness/weights area, gymnastics center, 300-person community room and much more. A variety of health and fitness programs and classes are also offered. Construction of this new facility and renovations currently being completed at the Eagle Pointe Recreation Center (6060 E. Parkway Dr.) are part of the city's voter-approved capital improvement program. Learn more about the program at c3gov.com/QCL. For more information about hours of operation, admission, fees/memberships and programming at both recreation centers, visit c3gov.com/recreation.

Under Construction

Gallagher Business Park

Two industrial projects are under construction in the core city. The Gallagher Business Park at 5725 E. 56th Ave. (just east of Holly Street) is a nearly 25,000-square-foot, multi-tenant industrial building. The other project is a 20,000 square-foot warehouse building at 5855 E. 56th Ave. intended for a single industrial user.



North Range Crossings Apartments

The new North Range Crossings Apartments at 14350 E. 104th Ave. are also under construction. The development will include a total of 216 affordable housing units across eight buildings. Units will be priced at 60 percent of Area Median Income (AMI), which equates to an annual salary of $33,660 for a single person; similar to an entry-level teaching position in the area. The first buildings will be complete this summer. The complex also includes a clubhouse, yoga and fitness centers, and a community kitchen. Learn more at NorthRangeCrossings.com.
Retail Corner

New Restaurant to Open in Northern Range

Commerce City residents and visitors will soon have a new place to eat along the E. 104th Avenue corridor! Las Margs Restaurant plans to open at 15550 E. 103th Place in the North Range Town Center; the space formerly occupied by Royal Nepal Restaurant. Las Margs will serve Mexican cuisine and specialty margaritas. Stay tuned for more information about a grand opening and ribbon cutting.

Commerce City works with community partners to offer a wide array of
business resources and workshops ( most of them FREE to help
support you in starting or managing your business.
Who's Doing Business in Commerce City?

Business licenses were granted to:   

Advance MH
Chemical Transfer
Classy Pawz
Garcia Towing 
GeoStabilization International LLC
Robert Ball-Stucco
Lance Landscaping LLC
Stucland Aerial & Imaging LLC
World Wide Customs
Ojeda's Auto Repair
Yesca's Garage

Commerce City Economic Development Division
Phone: 303-289-3620