Future of the U.S. 36 Northwest Corridor - Downtown Superior
Future of the U.S. 36 Northwest Corridor - Downtown Superior
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Real Estate Forecast Panel

18 Jun Controlled Growth and Urban Activation Forecasted For 36 Corridor

Downtown Superior was included in a lengthy discussion of up and coming and revitalized communities along the U.S. 36 Corridor during a Bisnow event last month. The 36 Corridor, as it’s know to locals, includes the region between Denver and Boulder along U.S. Highway 36 including the towns of Westminster, Broomfield, Interlocken/Westmoor, Superior and Louisville.    

During the Bisnow event Bill Jencks, VP of Real Estate for Ranch Capital LLC, the lead developer behind Downtown Superior, joined five other thought leaders/speakers on the Real Estate Forecast: Opportunities Along the US 36, New Developments, Investments, Acquisitions & More panel.

Jencks and his fellow panelists discussed the growth trends and predictions of communities including Downtown Superior Broomfield and Westminster. Topics of the day included connectivity, the Corridor as a hotbed of innovation, an overview of placemakers who are either interested or are confirmed as new additions to the region, and challenges and successes of development in the region.

During the discussion of Downtown Superior Jencks highlighted the community’s multi-use appeal to both residents and commercial real estate prospects. 

The homes have been popular for residents including millennials and empty nesters looking to downsize or simplify with low maintenance concepts that offer every comfort you’d expect from a high end yet attainable downtown community. As Jencks explained, Downtown Superior, is also appealing to homeowners because of its connectivity and access to both Boulder and Denver. In addition, the community design fosters a walkable tight knit community that gives it an urban vibe. Yet its proximity to open space and abundant outdoor recreation maintain that uniquely Colorado appeal.

Retail and corporations looking for new locations are also attracted to the area because of its booming economy, an educated employment pool and an easy-to-recruit-to urban center, proximity to major transportation routes and hubs and suburban migration trends that have homeowners wanting to be closer to where they work and play.   

For more information about the available homes at Downtown Superior visit downtownsuperior.com/homes/

For information about commercial use including office or retail build-to-suit or speculative opportunities please visit downtownsuperior.com/offices/