Retail

Retail in Aurora

Aurora's retail businesses matter in a big way. They provide goods and services to our residents and help form the fabric of our neighborhoods throughout the city.

What you need to know:

  • Nearly 20 million square feet of retail space in Aurora
  • Includes urban retail corridors in the city's northwest area, numerous neighborhood centers throughout Aurora, and some of the state's largest retail projects
  • Featuring every kind of retailer, from national to locally owned  
  • Host to perhaps the most diverse supply of ethnic groceries and restaurants in Colorado

Just visit some of our newer projects like Southlands, Gardens on Havana and Cornerstar, or drive along Havana Street and Colfax Avenue, and you’ll see that Aurora is serious about retail.

Whether you are a large or small retailer, a broker, developer or shopping center owner, the city is an eager partner to help your business thrive in our community.

Here's how we can help:


Restaurant Incentive Program
This city program targets redevelopment of restaurants and blighted properties in northwest Aurora, with a focus on up-and-coming concepts and chefs. Restaurants opening soon in that area include:

Mason's Dumpling Shop
Carm and Gia's Metropolitan
Baba & Pop's Handmade Pierogi
Third Culture Bakery

Opportunities abound for brewpubs, tap rooms and production facilities looking to start up or expand operations. We offer brewer-friendly zoning, great tasting Rocky Mountain water, and properties available for sale or lease. Incentives are available for qualified concepts and owners. Call 303.739.7272 or fbutz@auroragov.org to schedule a tour or get more information.

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