Rocky Mountain Commerce Park
- Land Development
- Commercial Real Estate
- Light Industrial Subdivision
- Short Investment Horizon
RMCP represents almost 5% of developable commercial land in all of Eagle County
Upon completion of the sales process, Rocky Mountain Commerce Park will make up 9.32% of the value of Gypsum’s light industrial land.
RMCP will serve as an incubator for local and regional business operators in the Western Slope / Rocky Mountain Region.
RMCP provides an attractive, flat site for building, covered in high desert flora with a gentle slope towards the northwest and Cooley Mesa Road. RMCP is an ideal site for large-scale warehousing, regional fulfillment, and trade for local businesses. It is centrally located between the Roaring Fork Valley and Vail Valley, providing a prominent location in the distribution network to two high-end resort markets.
An Epicenter for Rocky Mountain Distribution & Logistics.
RMCP is directly adjacent to the Eagle County Regional Airport, home of the Vail Valley Jet Center, making it an ideal distribution location for operators that incorporate air into logistics operations.
Attractive, multi-acre sites provide needed space for warehouse, distribution and custom build-to-suit opportunities with the space required to prepare shipments for rail transportation, or long-term cold or hot storage.
RMCP also provides immediate access to I-70. It takes less than five minutes to reach Colorado’s primary interstate; adding significant value to operators and a competitive advantage over other parcels in the area.
Limited, Light Industrial Opportunities.
Currently, less than 0.4% of the Town of Gypsum’s land is developable commercial land. In the entire county, only 601 acres of developable commercial land remain, representing 0.06% of the entire county’s land use. According to CoStar Group, there are approximately 1.1 million square feet of industrial real estate in Eagle County, of which 747,000 square feet is located in the town of Gypsum.
Demand for property in this land-constrained zoning district continues to accelerate, while available supply declines rapidly. RMCP adds significant value to Eagle County’s light industrial market; it unlocks a crucial component of the county’s continued growth in a time of peak demand.
RMCP is surrounded by notable
local, regional & national tenants.
Leaders from shipping, logistics, transportation
and warehousing already call the area home.
- (1) American Gypsum
- (2) FedEx
- (3) Fedex Freight
- (4) Mountain Beverage
- (5) UPS
- (6) Waste Management
- (7) Gulfeagle Supply
- (8) Gallegos Corporation
- (9) Costco Wholesale
- (10) Autozone Auto Parts
- (11) Ferguson
- (12) Wagner Rents
- (13) Ace Hardware
- (14) Eagle County Regional Airport
- (15) Wylaco Supply Co
- (16) American Gypsum Mine
- (17) United Companies
Gypsum is the fastest growing
municipality in Eagle County.
RMCP is surrounded by a BOOM in housing development,
with 1,742 units planned for future development.
Some examples are below:
- (A) Tower Center – 434 residential units & 100k SF of commercial space
- (B) Sienna Lakes – 591 residential units; 50+ age restricted community
- (C) Spring Creek Apartments – 373 residential units
85% of land is publicly
owned in the area.
Limited opportunities require an aggressive acquisition approach.
- Gypsum population expected to grow 40% by 2040
- Affluent area with median household incomes greatly exceeding national averages
- Nearby ski resorts receive 2.56 million skier visits annually
- Site is just 2.5 miles away from I-70, Colorado’s main east-west thoroughfare
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