A nationally admired model of suburban mixed-use, sustainable, master planned growth emerged like a phoenix for Denver when its longtime Air Force base and training center closed in 1994, creating a boon of new infill opportunities for housing and commercial development. Today Lowry is home to 10,000 residents and several dozen retail and restaurant offerings amid 800 acres of open space with parks and ballfields, bikeways, schools, an aviation museum, professional/medical services, and an exceptional public art collection; continued buildout is expected to the west. Current retail blends known and discovered shops in a “town center” style, with clusters all highly walkable and linked with bike trails. 

Retail Area Map