The Village Center is the commercial hub of PrairieStar, and includes plans for a grocery store, restaurants, commercial office space, and a variety of retail shops. This vibrant public space is the core of community activity, accommodating transit riders, pedestrians, motorists and cyclists.
PrairieStar’s Village Center has a current traffic count of 35,000 daily vehicles trips, and a projected 52,000 when built.
The commercial area consists of up to 228,000 square feet of retail and office space, including locations for a grocery store, a Starbucks, a bank, and restaurants. At the southeast corner of the intersection of 287 and County Road 17, PrairieStar has an approved site for a 10,000 square foot gas station/convenience store, too.
Grocery Anchor: Up to 50,800 SF (including inline retail)
Commercial Lots: 12 pad sites with building sizes ranging from 3,360 to 22,900 SF *
Office/R&D Sites: 3 pad sites with building sizes ranging from 3,780 to 8,330 SF *
Total Commercial: 228,280 SF
Gas/Convenience Store: 10,000 SF
* Exact sizes & uses will be based upon market conditions.
David, Hicks & Lampert
DHLB is the premiere retail brokerage of the Rocky Mountain region with a combined 89 years of experience in retail real estate between the four managing partners with 8,000 retail transactions valued at more than $4 billion, representing clients such as Whole Foods Market, Nordstrom Rack, Hobby Lobby, Starbucks, Chik Fil A, Jack in the Box, Village Inn, Verizon, Kneaders (partial list). DHLB currently has 13 brokers