600-acre Industrial Park Proposed for Adams County
According to the Denver Post, Denver-based Rocky Mountain Industrial is planning to spend $100 million dollars to build a 600-acre industrial park in Adams County, next to the Colorado Air and Space Port. The new park would enable the company to distribute goods and materials like sand, gravel and other materials throughout the Front Range via train.
The park, which is yet to be given the green light, could break ground as early as October, 2020. Cushman & Wakefield has been retained as exclusive agents for the owner of the property and have been instructed to offer the property to the market.
Rocky Mountain Industrials provides infrastructure customers directly sourced bulk aggregate and distribution logistics.
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