Here are a few more reasons to move your business or invest in the ‘Fax. Take a look and then contact Hilarie Portell, Executive Director of The Fax Partnership.
Marczyk Fine Foods, Larimer Associates, City Floral, Mod Livin’, The Cork House, The Elm, Solera Restaurant... How’s that for name dropping?
The Colorado Real Estate Journal recently featured an article about the exciting revitalization of the 'Fax - letting commercial brokers, developers, and investors know that East Colfax is on a roll and a prime investment opportunity. Pitching stories like these is just one of the many ways The Fax Partnership works to bring economic development to the district. Click here to read the full article.
Here are some available properties owned by our ‘Fax partners. This list can change, so click here for the latest space availability and development opportunities.
Many agencies are committed to the revitalization of Colfax Avenue. In addition to conventional lenders, the following tools are available to finance new development or relocating businesses on the ‘Fax.
Colfax has long been home to gas stations, dry cleaners and other uses that may or may not have created environmental issues. This has created a real - or perceived - concern among many real estate purchasers and developers that can hinder redevelopment. Now you can eliminate that by applying for a new grant from the City of Denver.
The Colfax Mainstreet Coalition is a partnership among the City and County of Denver, the City of Lakewood, and the Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA). Last year, the Coalition was awarded a $900,000 grant from the EPA to examine potential environmental contamination of sites along the Colfax Avenue corridor. Property owners can apply for funding for environmental site assessments, to determine the presence, nature and extent of potential contamination at sites and to identify specific cleanup needs.
Thanks to the EPA grant, the Coalition will assist in removing uncertainty associated with brownfield sites along the Colfax corridor and help to transition the Corridor to a modern and sustainable commercial and transportation corridor.
Our market statistics might surprise you. There’s $150 million in discretionary income among residents within a mile of Colfax and Quebec Street. Here's a current market profile, as well as some detailed data about the district. Click here to request more information.
The City of Denver has made significant investments to attract new business and sustainable development on the Colfax corridor, including:
Revitalization is a partnership effort. It takes all of us to be successful! Join the Fax Partnership and take advantage of marketing support, access to financial information and market data, educational forums, advocacy and more. Click here for a more information or contact Hilarie Portell, Fax Partnership Executive Director. We look forward to meeting you!