While we are always evaluating the next exciting project, Fulenwider is currently focusing on the development of these properties in Colorado: Peña Station NEXT, Peña Station NORTH, Reunion Colorado and Harvest Mile.


Peña Station NEXT is a transit-oriented, mixed-use development adjacent to and in partnership with Denver International Airport (DIA) and Panasonic CityNOW. Peña Station NEXT is easily accessible by the commuter rail line from Downtown Denver to Denver International Airport.

Embodying and delivering advanced technology, a robust fiber backbone, a unique sense of community, clean energy and mobility, Peña Station NEXT is modeled after renowned “smart city” concepts around the world, such as Fujisawa, Japan. The 220-acre, $500 million project is slated to offer 1 million square feet of commercial space, 300,000 square feet for retail outlets and 1,500 residences.


Peña Station NORTH, previously know as Denver International Business Center, is a 270-acre covenant-controlled, mixed use development that is conveniently located 10 minutes from Denver International Airport (DIA). Peña Station NORTH is adjacent to Peña Station NEXT, Denver’s first transit-oriented development with smart technology infrastructure. Peña Station NORTH developments include a new regional jet and helicopter training facility, FlightSafety International (a Berkshire Hathaway company), and is also home to a number of hotels, restaurants and convenience stores servicing DIA and the surrounding area. 


The master-planned community at Reunion is located on 3,240 acres owned by Fulenwider, with Oakwood Homes as the master developer. The community surrounds the Buffalo Run Golf Course and also includes commercial developments. Reunion boasts a full range of housing, from entry-level homes to executive residences.

Reunion’s Highlights Include:

  • 3,240-acre master-planned community with homes, retail, services, and commercial properties
  • Total projected build-out of nearly 10,000 homes
  • 10 minutes to DIA
  • 15 minutes to Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center (opens November, 2018)
  • 30 minutes to downtown Denver
  • Nationally recognized home builders include Oakwood Homes, Shea Homes, Richmond Homes, KB Homes and others
  • A 21,000 sq. ft. recreation center with an indoor gym fitness center and swimming pool
  • 52-acre Reunion Park, offering trails, lakes, waterfalls, and multi-use athletic fields
  • 40 acres of retail centers, including restaurants, services, medical offices and a 124,000 sq. ft. King Soopers


The Harvest Mile project consists of 800 acres of property, located in Adams County in Aurora, CO. The property includes over 100 acres located on both the northwest and northeast quadrants of the 56th Avenue and E-470 interchange, has excellent E-470 frontage, and is zoned for retail, office, and multi-family residential development.

The remaining 700 acres of the property is north of and abuts 56th Avenue east of E-470. The east edge of the property abuts future Harvest Road which is planned to be the primary future connection between DIA and I-70. The property is bisected by 64th Avenue, which connects Harvest Road to the E-470 Interchange, and continues onto the new Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center. This portion of the property is generally flat with easy access to natural drainage ways, has all wet utilities within reach, and is zoned to allow commercial, distribution, warehouse, light industrial, ag-tech, office, hotel and retail uses. The property is also included in an Opportunity Zone, Enterprise Zone and Foreign Trade Zone.

This site is perfect for a large format user looking for a 50 to 150-acre pad with fast easy access to E-470 and Denver International Airport.

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