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Why Lone Tree Is A Retail Growth Corridor

Urban Denver retail's been growing again as people move to the city, but suburbs with strong fundamentals aren't missing out on new retail either. Urban vs. suburban retail will be a topic at our Denver Retail & Hospitality event July 13 at the Lone Tree Arts Center.

Jeff Holwell, city of Lone Tree

“The City of Lone Tree is fortunate to have strong retail demographics and retail properties, including Park Meadows Retail Resort," City of Lone Tree economic development director Jeff Holwell, who will be a speaker at the event, tells us. As the city grows and its trade area expands, he expects to see new tenants at existing locations, with expansion and development in greenfield sites.

Why Lone Tree Is A Retail Growth Corridor

Recently, Greenwood Village-based Alberta Development Partners proposed The Yard at Lone Tree, which would include 71k SF of retail in seven buildings, with three additional pad sites available for potential future development. If approved by the city, the project at Park Meadows Drive and South Yosemite Street would open in late 2017.

Why Lone Tree Is A Retail Growth Corridor

Come hear more about retail growth in Lone Tree and other parts of metro Denver at our Denver Retail & Hospitality event at the Lone Tree Arts Center (pictured) beginning at 7:30am July 13. Sign up here.