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KEY FACTS


NORTHERN COLORADO OVERVIEW

 

  • Population: 671,397 people within a 30-mile radius.
    (Source: Claritas, Inc., August 23, 2006)

     

  • Incomes: $87,884
    (Average Family Income, 30 - ¹mile radius, Source: Claritas, Inc., August 23, 2006)

     

  • Economic Strength: Fort Collins-Loveland is currently ranked in the top 10% Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) in the United States.
    (Source: www.policom.com, July 28, 2005)

     

  • Median Age: approximately 32 years; 66.6% between the ages of 18 and 65.
    (Sources: U.S. Census Bureau - State and County QuickFacts, 2000; www.ncedc.com, 2004)

     

  • Education: 39.5% of population has a Bachelor's degree or higher; well-educated, knowledge-based population
    (Sources: U.S. Census Bureau - State and County QuickFacts, 2000; www.ncedc.com, 2004)

     

  • Two local Universities (Colorado State University and The University of Northern Colorado).

     



LOCATION

 

  • SEC of I-25 and US Highway 34 (Northern Colorado's two main trade routes).
     
  • Fastest growing area in Northern Colorado.
     
  • Quick travel to and from Loveland, Greeley, Windsor, Fort Collins, Berthoud and
    Longmont, even Metro Denver.
     
  • Elevated bluff overlooking the Big Thompson River and the Rocky Mountains.

     



AREA DEMOGRAPHICS*:
 

10-mile radius:
Population:
Growth 1990-2000:
Avg. Household Size:
Avg. Household Income:
Daytime Employment:
 


159,603
55.73
2.67
$92,296
60,495

20-mile radius:
Population:
Growth 1990-2000:
Avg. Household Size:
Avg. Household Income:
Daytime Employment:
 


515,690
34.30%
2.69
$82,794
213,386

30-mile radius:
Population:
Growth 1990-2000:
Avg. Household Size:
Avg. Household Income:
Daytime Employment:


671,397
35.29%
3.97
$87,884
737,918


 

  • Demographics are 2006 estimates from Claritas, Inc., August 23, 2006


NEARBY SHOPPING / ENTERTAINMENT:

 

  • High Quality retail at 2534.
     
  • The Shops at Centerra - a 700,000 square foot plus regional lifestyle center 1 mile away.
    (Tenants include: Foleys, Galyans, Barnes & Noble, Metropolitan Theaters, Cold Water Creek, P.F. Changs, Biaggi's, Red Robin, Dick's, Best Buy and many more)
     
  • The Centerra Marketplace
    (Target, PETsMART, Pier 1 Imports, Sportsman's Warehouse, Chili's, Johnny Carino's, Black-Eyed Pea, etc.

AREA EMPLOYMENT:
 

Key regional location provides easy access to major area employers, including:
 

  • Advanced Energy (825)
  • Agilent Technologies (2,800)
  • Anheuser Busch (760)
  • American Eagle Distributing (105)
  • Banner Health Colorado (2,566)
    *Center Partners (700)
  • Colorado State University (6,948)
  • Eastman Kodak (1,700)
  • Ernest Health, Inc. (120)
    *First National Bank (367)
  • General Electric Power (200)
  • Gold Co. (80)
  • Hach Chemical Co. (550)
  • Heska Corporation (160)
  • Hewlett Packard (3,182)
  • Kroll Factual Data (230)
  • LSI Logic (341)
  • Owens-Illinois (150)
  • Poudre Valley Health System (3,020)
  • State Farm Insurance (1,310)
  • Swift & Co. (1,700)
  • The University of Northern Colorado (2,062)
  • Wal-Mart Distribution Center (953)
  • Woodward (650)


2534 OVERVIEW

 

  • Vision: Premier regional commerce center and mixed-use community.
     
  • Size: Approximately 542 acres.
     
  • Location: Ideally positioned at the heart of Northern Colorado's growth (I-25 / US 34).
     
  • Entitlements: Mix of high quality commercial and residential product types; expedited administrative planning approvals.

    - Land Uses:

 

  • Retail
  • Hospitality
  • Office (corporate campus and multi-tenant)
  • Flex R&D
  • Light Industrial
  • Open Space
  • Single and Multi-Family Residential


ACCESS/ TRAFFIC

 

  • Interstate 25: 71,000 CDOT 2005.
     
  • US Highway 34: 38,500 CDOT 2005.
     


NATURAL AMENITIES / OPEN SPACE

 

  • Outstanding mountain views.
     
  • The Big Thompson River will provide for a beautiful open space corridor adjacent to and on the property.

     



UTILITIES

 

  • Timing: Water and Sewer, Regional Non-Potable Irrigation System, Gas, Electric, Communication on-site.
     
  • Water: New 20" water main from Johnstown.
     
  • Sewer: New Waste Water Treatment Plant began operation September, 2005.

    For more information on the cost of water and sewer taps at 2534, see the 2534 fee schedule

     



RAW WATER

 

  • Adequate raw water for both domestic use and irrigation is available and required to be purchased from the Master Developer. For more information on the cost of raw water at 2534, see the 2534 fee schedule
     


Please visit the Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation at http://www.ncedc.com/FindData.aspx for more Key Facts.

 




The information contained in this executive summary and elsewhere in this information package, while from sources believed reliable, is not guaranteed and is subject to change without notice. Chrisland, Inc. makes no warranties or representations as to the accuracy of this information.