The vision behind Victory Crossing development is to create an environment that drives business, piques curiosity and improves the lives of those who live and work in the community by harnessing the emotion of the competitive sports and recreation enthusiast from Colorado and around the globe in order to create a one-of-a-kind, large-scale, mixed-use destination that brings together world-class sports and recreation facilities, indoor and outdoor event space and mixed-use, office, retail and commercial flex space. Over $100 million has already been invested at this location, which is home to Dicks Sporting Goods Park, home of the Colorado Rapids, and one of the best youth field complexes in the state. We are committed to regenerate over 200 acres for commercial use while conserving nearly 600 acres, leaving a long term legacy within the community through this pioneering public-private partnership development. We look forward to working with you, and those who are already behind this ground breaking project, to create a highly unique opportunity for Denver and the Rocky Mountain Region.
Victory Crossing, ideally located in metropolitan Denver’s quickly growing northeast corridor, is one of the most innovative publicprivate partnerships in the nation. Gathered on one 900-acre site sits a 20,000-seat sports and entertainment stadium, more than 20 youth and practice fields with accompanying sports academy, a city’s government offices, and a visitor’s center dedicated to preserving Colorado’s natural beauty all within a mere eight miles from both Denver International Airport and downtown Denver and one mile north of the Stapleton redevelopment project.
Commerce City means business – after all, it’s in the name. Defined by a rich history of commerce, today the city creates a sustainable community by redefining what commerce means and the way business is done every day. Commerce City is a pioneer in private-public partnerships leveraging urban renewal to ensure vibrant community spaces such as Victory Crossing.
The experience at Victory Crossing will change by the hour, depending on type of event at one of the many venues which often occur simultaneous to one another. There will be concert goers, sports players and fans, families, daytime office population, city personnel, hotel patrons and neighborhoods that visit Victory Crossing and so it is with all these stakeholders in mind that we have come up with our thoughts and ideas.