The announcement comes on the heels of Amazon opening a 452,000-square-foot ‘sortation facility’ on East 36th Drive in Majestic Commercenter last year. That site employees hundreds and is already operating
The Aurora Chamber and Aurora Economic Development Council — along with Mayor Steve Hogan — have all taken public stances against the amendment. On the other side, nine local businesses have publicly backed the measure.
That bet is so large, that Majestic officials say it’s the largest speculative industrial development in the state’s history
The event, which is one of the metro area’s biggest business gatherings, is set for 6 p.m Oct. 27 at the Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum in Denver
“That’s the future of the city’s growth potential,” said Yuriy Gorlov, director of business development at the Aurora Economic Development Council.
According to city documents, the banking giant is looking to add similar data centers around the country and has zeroed in on Aurora as one of the ideal spots for one of the facilities, which store vital customer information
Mayor Steve Hogan says city getting serious about pushing for proposals to enhance theatrical output
Richardson said he supported the city’s agreement with AEDC, but wanted to bring up issues he had with the contract during the council meeting because it did not go through a study session first.
Buckley Air Force Base’s economic impact on Aurora inched up in 2015, but still lagged below the $1-billion mark it regularly topped before 2013