The Jones District

This is a conceptual rendering of The Jones District.

The Jones District is a 42-acre area west of I-25 between IKEA and the Dry Creek light rail station owned by Denver-based Brue-Baukol Capital Partners. The Jones District name comes from the late property owner and cable television pioneer, Glenn Jones, who envisioned a dynamic, mixed-use area, similar to The Streets at SouthGlenn, featuring a network of walkable blocks, active streets, and public gathering spaces such as plazas. Currently, The Jones District has one new building, a 306-unit luxury apartment building named The Glenn, while the remaining 36 acres is vacant, undeveloped land.

Centennial City Council approved an amendment to the Jones District's Regulating Plan(PDF, 22MB) (zoning) in November 2019 and Brue-Baukol is in the process of creating a metropolitan district to facilitate further development within the Jones District.

To find out more about Brue-Baukol's vision for the Jones District, visit www.jonesdistrict.com.