Lone Tree City Center
The region’s future downtown will rise on the east side of RidgeGate.
Dynamic and inclusive mixed-use urban center
The Lone Tree City Center®, located on the east side of I-25 and just south of Lincoln Avenue, will cultivate a dynamic and inclusive mixed-use urban center south of Denver that anticipates the needs of the region.
This 400-acre urban core on RidgeGate’s east side will continue to grow and evolve over the next few decades, situated around two light rail stations and mixed-use transit-oriented development. Lone Tree City Center will span 32 city blocks, with up to 8-10 million square feet of office, hotel, residential, retail, dining and entertainment offerings, all walkable to the City Center Rail Station. Corporate campus sites will be strategically flanked along the I-25 frontage. Urban style homes will accommodate approximately 5,000 residents in the district. Up to 35,000 new jobs will be created as the Lone Tree City Center comes to life.
The Lone Tree City Center is an Xcel Energy Certified Site.
Lone Tree City Center Features
The City Center benefits from two rail stations on the Southeast Light Rail Line: the Lone Tree City Center Station (City Center Station) and the end-of-line RidgeGate Parkway Station (RidgeGate Station). Find out more about local and mass transit, and access to the greater Denver metro region here.
As a mixed-use district, Lone Tree City Center will offer 2,500 urban style residences within this walkable downtown area. Homes will be conveniently centered around a 4.6 acre public park. There will also be other diverse residential villages within walking distance, accented with parks and plazas for outdoor movies, farmers’ markets and other community events.
In partnership with the City of Lone Tree and South Suburban Parks and Recreation District, many parks and wellness amenities have been planned for RidgeGate’s east side. This includes an 80-acre regional park, the largest park in the City of Lone Tree. Plans also include a future recreation center, 58-acres of village parks, over 400 acres of open space, and 14.5 acres of public space within the Lone Tree City Center.