This property is currently zoned as a PUD and can accommodate a mix use of Commercial, Multi-Family and Single Family opportunities. Located on the North side of Pueblo, just off of I-25, is now ready for development. You won't want to miss this opportunity to invest and develop this property with a convenient location in a fast growing community. The property borders a residential community and commercial properties. Colorado State University Pueblo is located across the street and boasts more than 4,000 students. A portion of the subdivision is included in an Urban Renewal Zone (TIFF District) for development assistance.
Our prime location is located just off I25 located on Hwy 47 across from Colorado State University - Pueblo and minutes from retail, stores, banks, and offices.
The City of Pueblo has a long and colorful history dating back to 1842, when it was called Fort Pueblo. What brought our city from a small fort in southern Colorado to the backbone of Colorado were the ore mines. This area once housed 4 separate towns, which are Pueblo, South Pueblo, Central Pueblo, and Bessemer. These 4 towns together now make up the City of Pueblo.
The City of Pueblo is also known as "America's Home of Heroes," as was proclaimed by the United States Congress in 1993. Pueblo hosts National Medal of Honor Day and has had as many as 4 living Medal of Honor recipients living in our community.
Pueblo, CO, is a culturally diverse community with a active university, a wide variety of shopping, great restaurants, a multitude of community activities, and wonderful historical sites.
Colorado State University-Pueblo (CSU-Pueblo), located on the north side of Pueblo, is an active educational institution which boasts an enrollment of more than 4,000. Additionally, Pueblo is home to Pueblo Community College, Colorado Technical University, and IntelliTec Colleges.
The population of Pueblo on its north side of the city is sure to increase sue to the University’s implementation of the new sports programs, as well as, Pueblo’s move toward annexation of 24,000 acres of ranch land. The annexation would double the size of the city of Pueblo. Unlike most other cities and communities in Colorado, Pueblo has water resources for three times its current population. With the current and planned growth to the north side of Pueblo, and Pueblo’s water resources, the City of Pueblo will only increase in value and growth. This growth will provide Pueblo the long term stability most investors welcome and desire.
Individuals and families alike enjoy the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk in Pueblo; El Pueblo History Museum; Sangre de Cristo Arts Center; Pueblo Zoo; Buell Children’s Museum; Walking Stick Gold Course; Elwood Golf Course; Lake Pueblo State Park; Blues & BBQ Festival; Chile & Frijoles Festival; Colorado State Fair; Pueblo County Fair; and much, much more.
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