It’s more than you think!
Federal Heights is open for business. Over 250 businesses in a city less than two square miles in area confirm this fact.
Don’t be deceived by the small geographic size. What it may lack in acres, it more than makes up for in density and diversity. Federal Heights is home to over 12,000 residents with over 345,000 cars traveling the city daily.
More Commercial Diversity
The commercial districts are varied and easily located by your customers. From Federal Boulevard to Huron Street and from 84th Avenue north to 104th Avenue, businesses enjoy established locations with name recognition. Buildings and land, commercial and industrial, all can be found in Federal Heights.
Infill development, redevelopment and a streamlined approach to development regulation make Federal Heights a desirable business location. Vacant land along Federal Boulevard, 104th Avenue and 92nd Avenue offer opportunities for success. More Access. This prime location in the north metro area is 20 minutes from downtown Denver, 24 minutes from Denver International Airport, 60 minutes from Fort Collins and 100 minutes from Vail. Easily accessed from Interstate 25, State Highway 36, Interstate 76, Interstate 270 and State Highway 287, Federal Heights is minutes away from the metro area’s main transit links. With Federal Boulevard, 84th Avenue, 92nd Avenue and 104th Avenue, Federal Heights is served by the Denver metropolitan area’s major arterials.
More Residential Choices
Federal Heights spans the landscape for housing options. Senior housing, mobile homes with affordable rentals and ownership, apartments, condos, town homes and single family homes are all available in Federal Heights.
More Open Space
Over two hundred acres of open space exist in Federal Heights, providing opportunities for relaxation and recreation. The city offers regional and neighborhood parks plus developing bike trails.
Federal Heights is home to Water World, America’s largest water park on 64 beautifully landscaped acres and featuring 42 attractions for the family and for the thrill seekers. The jewel of Hyland Hills Park & Recreation District, Water World provides location identity and customers. In its 27th year of operation, Water World attracts an average of 8,000 to 10,000 patrons per day.
If you are looking for rooftops, look to Federal Heights for your business location. Commercial districts join borders with unincorporated Adams County, Westminster, Thornton and Northglenn residential areas. Within the three-mile trade circle, Federal Heights businesses can access nearly 125,000 people with an average household income of $52,000.
Federal Heights – It’s more than you think! Federal Heights’ toolbox for development and redevelopment is substantial: the city has a responsive City Council and staff; parts of the City have “enterprise zone” status; and parts of the City are part of an Urban Renewal Area.
1. Water World, Hyland Hills Parks and Recreation District
Source: City of Federal Heights
Population in Federal Heights, Adams County
Source: Colorado Department of Local Affairs
Average Annual Wage*
* Workers in the community
Source: Denver Regional Council of Governments