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$1,375,000 9.08 acres
9200 Colorado Boulevard, Thornton, CO 80229 - Adams County

9.08 acres Thornton, CO

This property offers an excellent development opportunity in the City of Thornton, Adams County. The property is in a growing area with significant demographics in a 5-mile radius, including high traffic counts to create a strong site for retail development. The property offers approximately 1,259 feet on Colorado Blvd, easy access coming from North or South, and a flat site ready for development.
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$1,126,867 4.13 acres
104th Avenue & Riverdale Road, Thornton, CO 80233 - Adams County

4.13 acres Thornton, CO

Great site for a church, daycare, medical or animal office/clinic/facility and much more. Tremendous visibility and great traffic counts on 104th. Two corner lots in a growing area. Strong area demographics
$225,000 1 acres
8421 East 130th Circle, Thornton, CO 80602 - Adams County

1 acres Thornton, CO

Here is your chance to build your custom home in the highly sought after GlenEagle Estates. One of the best lots in the neighborhood. Choose your own builder. Close to Riverdale Golf Course. Close to up coming light rail. Corner Lot. Located in a Cul-de-Sac. There are not many Acre sized lots this close to town with Public water and sewer available.
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$160,000 0.21 acres
12497 York Street, Thornton, CO 80241 - Adams County

0.21 acres Thornton, CO

Eastlake is a highly desirable neighborhood in Thornton. The property is surrounded by neighborhoods with gated communities and sophisticated homes. Seize the moment to acquire this land to be on the "cutting edge" to build in this secluded neighborhood; where home ownership will be fluid and responsive to all the changes in the community. The RTD N LINE is the light rail that is just a few blocks from the property; and will be open for service in 2018. Imagine, being in the Union Station in 27 minutes. RTD N LINE UPDATE will be available in the document section on Thursday, June 23rd. In addition, there is a "burst" of commercial growth occurring in the vicinity. Amazon is going to develop a business center at 150th. and I25; so the