Having the necessary retail offerings is important to the quality of life for Broomfield residents. Our staff works with local brokers, developers, and consultants to identify retail challenges and opportunities to ensure residents have access to a variety of retail amenities, and that the city has a sustainable and growing retail tax base to continue to provide first-class services to our residents.
Broomfield Retail Districts
The 120th Central District is a major corridor stretching over two miles through southern Broomfield with shopping and service choices from big box to unique independent retailers and restaurants.
Arista is an entertainment anchored, mixed use community in the heart of the creative corridor along U.S. 36. It is the new hip place to be. As a transit oriented development (TOD) this urban neighborhood is Live, Work and Play at its best!
Small Town Sensibilities and a distinct identity are 287 Hilltop’s characteristics. This “last outpost” for motorists heading north from Broomfield on U.S. 287 is anchored by the King Soopers grocery store in the Broomfield Marketplace Shopping Center on the east side of the highway.
Broomfield at 7
Broomfield at 7 is a brand new retail and mixed-use corridor on Colorado Highway 7. This valuable green-field development is destined to become the premier, major commercial corridor in the northern metropolitan area.
Broomfield's historic original hub is now primed to become a mixed-use, transit-oriented development hub with a bus rapid transit station in the vicinity of the Broomfield 1STBANK Center and U.S. 36, and long range plans for a commuter rail station at West 116th Avenue.
Set on a hill between Denver and Boulder along the U.S. Creative Corridor offering magnificent views of the Flatirons, the Flatiron District is home to a super-regional mall, neighborhood shopping, restaurants, and acres of parks landscaped with native plants, streams, waterfalls, and trails to enhance the Colorado shopping and entertainment experience.
One of the newest and most sought after neighborhoods in Broomfield is the McKay Shores area. In the Lambertson planning district, this 244-acre mixed-use community stretches from Huron Street to Zuni Street along West 136th Avenue.
Here’s where it all started! Established in the original heart of Broomfield, the Midtown District is where neighbor meets neighbor at the ball field or at the local bowling alley.
North of the intersection of I-25 and Colorado Highway 7 lies the Future Tech Center of North Metro Denver. This area is prime for development of a premier gateway business and technology center along I-25 to showcase employment, retail, and residential development.
This new 935 acre, master planned community, developed by McWhinney, provides modern, vibrant and creative mixed-use urban development opportunities. Conveniently located 15 minutes west of DIA, this neighborhood offers a once-in-a-generation opportunity for future businesses, forward thinkers, and residents to form a new creative community in the North Metro Denver region.
A young urban oasis poised for growth! Via Varra at Parkway Circle is an up-and-coming neighborhood connected to transit for the lifestyles and interests of young professionals.