With over $375 million in development recently started or opened in the north I-25 corridor, Thornton is experiencing unprecedented growth. From the amazing Denver Premium Outlets and the Amazon fulfillment and robotics center employing over 2,300 people, to projects that are planned or underway in every area of the city, Thornton is seeking quality development.
Only half built-out, Thornton has over 1,400 acres of greenfield sites ready for development. With over $375 million in quality development recently opened or started along the I-25 corridor, the city is experiencing unprecedented growth. Our central location at the center of Denver’s transportation network lends us all the amenities of the Metro area and a workforce of over 3 million to draw from. Ongoing infrastructure improvement projects ensure the city is ready for further development now and in the future.
Thornton has a great mix of diverse businesses with easy access to other parts of the metro area. We especially love our office park, where our retail café serves members of the Thornton working community like Adams 12 School District & Intrex Aerospace. Thornton has been a great partner for Allegro – and we’re looking forward to a lasting relationship for years to come.Susan Drexel, Director of Plant Operations and Purchasing, Allegro Coffee Company
Working with the city has been really good. We get support and good communication from all levels. Everyone has made having a business here worth having!Rick Morgan, General Manager, Total Beverage
The most pleasant surprise has been how attentive the Economic Development team is! They don't forget about you; they check in often.LaVonda Jeffrey, President, Intrex Aerospace
Our experience with the city of Thornton has been awesome! The city and the people of Thornton have been very supportive!Scott & Deb Tucker, Owners, Mother Tucker Brewery
We brought a new location of our business to Thornton because we saw a great opportunity with all of the city's expansion and so many families moving out here.Kristy Socarrás Bigelow, Owner, Cuba Cuba Sandwicheria
Not knowing what to expect when opening a small business in a new city can be scary. I was expecting a “typical” government customer service experience but was surprised to meet all of the young, knowledgeable, helpful and friendly staff. It was refreshing to receive so much support and help along the way!Lenard Rodriguez, Owner, Grandma's Sweet Tooth