The Aurora Highlands News Articles
A bold look at Denver area’s future: In Aurora, first large master plan in years has a fall-themed preview next weekend (Oct. 26-27)
As in previous master plans like Highlands Ranch and Stapleton, homebuyers will be lured by a range of single-family and multifamily designs, offered in eight residential villages. Denver’s amazing popularity with homebuyers — driving some of the fastest growth now in...
Local civic leaders to float first of $200 million in bonds starting next month to build infrastructure
Developers and builders in land-constrained Denver are betting that a new community under way near the city’s airport will resonate with home buyers.
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On September 20, 2018, The Aurora Highlands (TAH) hosted the Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority (ARTA) groundbreaking. ARTA is an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Aurora, Adams County, and the Aerotropolis Area Coordinating Metropolitan...
The newly formed Aerotropolis Regional Transportation Authority will spend nearly $750 million to build a transportation network on a 21,000 acre site located south of Denver International Airport.
With Denver International Airport in the midst of a redevelopment project, Front Range Airport being named a Space Port and the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center planning to open this fall, it’s probably no surprise that developers, city officials and county officials are planning for the future of the area around DIA.
It took several years, but now things will move quickly just south of Denver International Airport, as more than 20,000 homes are planned and possibly tens of thousands of jobs expected as part of the Aerotropolis development.
A massive “aerotropolis” is planned for a patch of the plains near DIA that could end up bigger than the Denver Tech Center
An Aurora development that in size could rival the Denver Tech Center and downtown Denver’s central business district — with up to 80 million square feet of commercial, office and retail space…
With a bustling airport nearby and a couple busy highways, northeast Aurora seems ripe for large-scale development.
The vision for Aerotropolis is one step closer now that a funding mechanism for infrastructure is in place.
An investment group called Aurora Highlands LLC plans to begin developing The Aurora Highlands, a 2,900-acre mixed-use, master-planned community in 2017.
A development group called Aurora Highlands LLC is proposing a 2,900-acre, first-phase master planned community as part of the 21,000-acre Aerotropolis development south of DIA.
Aurora Highlands could have 23,000 homes, and a corporate and medical campus
A 2,900-acre development has been proposed for a portion of the 21,000-acre Aerotropolis area south of Denver International Airport
Developers have unveiled their plans to build a new community in Aurora that could eventually provide homes for 60,000 people.
Plans to build one of the largest and most vibrant communities in Colorado are underway, just south of the Denver International Airport.
Aurora Highlands LLC, the City of Aurora and Adams County are in discussions to build “Aurora Highlands”, a 5,000 acre master-planned community.
The goal: to house 23,000 families in multifamily, townhomes, and single-family homes costing anywhere from $200k to $1m. Just give them about 20 years.
Developers unveil plans for 5,000-acre Aurora Highlands, south of DIA — bringing 60,000 new residents
At the Aurora Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards dinner Friday night, a consortium of developers formally announced plans for a massive new development south of the Denver International Airport..