Development Opportunities

Development Opportunities

Economic Development Manager
Sarah Crosthwaite

Downtown Johnstown

Our historic downtown features more than 297,180 square feet of existing retail space and 262 acres of developable land. The downtown corridor offers excellent visibility along Highway 60 with more than 15,000 vehicles per day and less than 4 miles from Interstate 25.


Downtown Johnstown Economic Profile

Highway 60 Corridor

This area features direct access to Interstate-25 that averages 84,000 vehicles per day, more than 375 acres of available land that includes access to municipal utilities, and 481 acres in active development with proposed uses that include residential, commercial, and office.

Highway 60 Corridor Economic Profile

Highway 402 Corridor

This area features direct access to Interstate-25 that averages 84,000 vehicles per day and 540 acres in active development that will include residential, commercial, office, and industrial uses. This highly-visible corridor sits in the heart of Northern Colorado with more than 36,800 feet of Hwy-402 frontage and 4,400 feet of I-25 frontage.


Highway 402 Corridor Economic Profile

Highway 34 Corridor

This corridor is situated along the two biggest trade routes in Northern Colorado; I-25 and Hwy-34 which average together 138,000 vehicles per day. The Highway 34 corridor is close to 600 acres of existing shopping, employment, and residential development, including master-planned developments such as 2534 Shopping Center, Johnstown Plaza Shopping & Living Center, Trade @2534 Class-A Industrial Park, and Iron Horse Class-A Industrial Park.


Highway 34 Corridor Economic Profile

Connect With Opportunity


Johnstown has a variety of retail, office, and greenfield sites for businesses to consider. Click here to access Upstate Colorado’s GIS-enabled site selection feature which offers up-to-date listings of available properties in our community. Our team can also help you identify the location that is best for your business. Contact us today! 

Sarah Crosthwaite, Economic Development Manager