New Commercial Development

Featured Testimonial

Dion’s Restaurant opened its second Denver metro location at E. 104th Ave. and Chambers Road in early 2017. The New Mexico-based chain serves made-to-order pizza, salads and subs for sit-down or take-out dining.

Dion's owner, Mark HermanCommerce City staff works diligently with site selectors and business representatives to provide concierge-level services throughout the site selection and site development process. These efforts have contributed to businesses opening ahead of schedule, surpassing performance projections and enjoying sustained success in Commerce City. 

“We’re running higher than projections, although we’re still in the startup period. I do think we’re going to settle in higher than projected for the long run. The Commerce City site is the busiest of our three Colorado locations.

We’ve experienced great support from the local community and we’re quite pleased with the quality of employees and applicants.”

— Mark Herman, CEO, Dion's Restaurant

Mark Herman talks about building the newest Dion's Restaurant in this video interview.

New and Upcoming Commercial Projects

Map of New Restaurants and Bars (2018/2019) 

Following are some of the new and upcoming commercial projects in Commerce City:

7-Eleven locations opened in Commerce City at 104th and Highway 2, E. 96th Avenue and Yosemite Street in Marty Farms, at the intersection of E. 120th Ave. and Chambers Road. The stores will serve a growing number of businesses and residents in the northern range.

Anyhome Realty has opened at 6025 Parkway Drive, Unit 196. Juan Gallegos, a real estate broker with more than 19 years of experience, opened the new office with two other agents. Anyhome helps clients buy and sell homes across the Denver metropolitan area.

Big Daddy Mexican Food is open at 7584 Highway 2. The restaurant is open 7 days a week, and serves traditional Mexican food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Big Panda Restaurant is open at 15550 E 103rd Place, Unit 101. The restaurant serves Chinese food for dine-in, takeout and delivery.

Brakes Plus is planning to open a 4,914-square-foot facility in Second Creek Marketplace at the northeast corner of E. 104th Ave. and Chambers Road. Brakes Plus performs minor automotive repairs including brake repair and replacement, front end alignments, oil changes, emissions and battery replacements.

Christian Brothers Automotive opened a new store at 15690 E. 104th Ave. Christian Brothers performs minor automotive repair services, including alignments, brake services and oil changes.

Dairy Queen is under construction on a new store at 14950 E. 104th Ave. in the Aspen Hills Development. The 3,286-square-foot restaurant will employ 13 staff members.

Dutch Brothers Coffee is planning a new location in Second Creek Marketplace at the northeast corner of E. 104th Ave. and Chambers Road. The 824-square-foot coffee shop will serve local residents looking to grab a cup, and will include a drive thru for those wanting to do so on the go.

El Coco Pirata is planned for 5411 Quebec St. The restaurant will serve fresh Mexican seafood and sushi and will be open 7 days a week, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. This is the fourth restaurant for the new owner and it's planned to be open by early summer 2019.

G's Tacos has been announced for Second Creek Marketplace at E. 104th Ave. and Chambers Road. This sit-down restaurant and bar will serve breakfast burritos all day and wings, tacos and burgers for lunch and dinner.

iGo Realty opened a new office at 13611 E. 104th Ave., Suite 700. With over 20 years of experience in residential brokerage, Arlene Castro and Jean Broad recruited three residential real estate brokers to be part of the new office.

Kentucky Fried Chicken opened a 3,125 square-foot restaurant in Reunion Marketplace at E. 104th Ave. and Chambers Road. 

Las Margs Restaurant has opened at 15550 E. 103th Place in the North Range Town Center. The restaurant serves Mexican cuisine and specialty margaritas for lunch and dinner, Tuesday-Friday, and for brunch and dinner on the weekends. 

Los Tamales Mexican Grill is open in the King Soopers Shopping Center at E. 60th Ave. and Parkway Blvd. The restaurant serves a variety of tamales, as well as burritos, quesadillas, tortas and tacos.

Mail Xpress opened a full-service resource for packing, shipping, printing and business service needs at 13611 E. 104th Ave., Ste. 800.

Mark Sink Photography, a notable local photographer and private art consultant, has moved his studio to the Derby neighborhood. Mr. Sink purchased the 2,500-square-foot former Toedtli Auto Parts store at 6525 E. 72nd Place and converted it into studio and exhibition space. 

Pour Tap House has opened in Turnberry Marketplace at E. 104th Ave. and Revere St. The first of its kind in the city, the 1,500 square-foot tap house serves craft beers from around Colorado and is located in a new 9,000-square-foot building. 

Papa John’s Pizza has opened in Belle Creek. The business claimed the last remaining 1,236-square-foot spot in the Belle Creek Corner Shops.

Risas Dental and Braces is open at 6091 Dexter Street, near the intersection of Vasquez Boulevard and E. 60th Ave. Risas is a community-based and affordable dental practice. The 3,750- square-foot facility includes two consultation areas and nine patient care rooms that can accommodate up to 80 patients per day.

Santiago’s Restaurant opened at 15330 E. 120th Place, located near the intersection of E. 120th Ave. and Chambers Road. Santiago’s serves traditional Mexican fare, including breakfast burritos in the mornings, with both take-out and dine-in options. The restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Serve Eatery has been announced for 12433 E 104th Ave., Unit 101. The restaurant will serve locally sourced farm-to-table dishes in Turnberry Marketplace. The full-service restaurant will be open for dinner during the week and brunch and dinner on the weekends.

Sonic Drive-In opened a 1,526 square-foot restaurant at 10319 Tower Road on the southwest corner of E. 104th Ave. and Tower Road in the Reunion Town Center Development.

Statehouse 38 is planned for the northeast corner of E. 104th Ave. and Chambers Road in the Second Creek Marketplace. This will be the newest location for Little Pub Company, a Colorado-based company with over 20 restaurant and bar concepts across the Denver metropolitan area. This location will be a 5,500 square-foot, full-service restaurant and bar that will serve American-style food for lunch and dinner. The restaurant will include a full bar area, an outside patio with a fire pit, and a bocce ball court.

Wingstop, Inc. has announced a new location for Commerce City at 4952 E. 62nd Ave., Suite A2. Wingstop is a chain of aviation-themed restaurants that specialize in chicken wings. The 1,354 square-foot restaurant will employ 20-25 staff members and plans to open in 2019.