The Aurora Economic Development Council and NorthPoint Development announced the Stafford Logistics Center located in Aurora and Arapahoe County, Colorado has broken ground during an on-site event. The new 350 acre, $300 million master planned industrial and logistics business park is located at the confluence of I-70, E-470, E. Colfax Ave., and Picadilly Road and is the first of its kind and one of the largest commercial projects with industrial warehouse space in Arapahoe County. When fully occupied, the Stafford Logistics Center is expected to generate more than 2,500 jobs in its 4.4 million square feet of space.
“Stafford Logistics Center is a project that we began working on in the fall of 2018. We’ve witnessed the explosive growth of Aurora and the surrounding Metro area and couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to serve our tenants and customers in the marketplace,” said Jed Momot, NorthPoint Development’s Chief Strategy Officer and Partner. “The park has been master planned to accommodate tenants ranging from small manufacturers up to large e-commerce businesses to serve their customer base on the Front Range. The Stafford Logistics Center will also include opportunities for mixed use, hotel, restaurant, retail, etc. at the north east corner of Picadilly and Colfax.”