Construction is underway on the FasTracks North Metro Rail Line which includes three stations in Thornton.
The City has a master plan for each of the three currently approved FasTracks stations in Thornton, as well as a master
plan for land around the station in Northglenn. Visit GoCOT.net/stationareaplans for more information or call Thornton City Development at 303.538.7295.
Original Thornton at 88th Station
The 82-acre Station Area incorporates the station itself and properties to the east and north of the station that are likely to redevelop and/or develop over time.
1 mile: 16,610 people
3 miles: 110,028 people
5 miles: 267,017 people
Median Age: 33
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Thornton Crossroads at 104th Station
This 84-acre* station and Park-n-Ride will be located south of 104th Avenue and east of the Union Pacific railroad tracks. The Project Team assessed conditions within approximately one-half mile of the station and this plan considers the relationship between the station and surrounding neighborhoods within this area. The
four sites highlighted in yellow on the other of this page incorporate the station itself and properties within close proximity to the station that may develop and/or
redevelop over time.
1 mile: 16,392 people
3 miles: 113,728 people
5 miles: 266,997 people
Median Age: 33.2
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112th Avenue Station (Northglenn)
The Northglenn at 112th Station has almost 90 acres of vacant land directly adjacent to the station site which are located in both the city of Northglenn and city of Thornton. The developable land to the south and east of the station is owned by three parties. The relatively limited number of property owners can be an advantage in coordinating planning, infrastructure, and financing for new development. Preferred land uses for the vacant properties are being developed through the Station Area Master Plan currently underway.
1 mile: 19,023 people
3 miles: 137,281 people
5 miles: 288,061 people
Median Age: 34.4
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Eastlake at 124th Station
The 37.5-acre Station Area incorporates the station itself and properties around the station that are likely to redevelop and/or develop over time.
1 mile: 15,981 people
3 miles: 123,461 people
5 miles: 246,000 people
Median Age: 34.2
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