The Jones District
The Jones District is a 42-acre area west of I-25 between IKEA and the Dry Creek light rail station. The 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. View FAQs.
About Brue-Baukol Capital Partners
In 2018, Brue-Baukol Capital Partners purchased The Jones District. Brue-Baukol shares Glenn Jones’ vision for a dynamic, mixed-use development and has started conversations with the City of Centennial to explore making this mixed-use vision a reality. Due to the significance of The Jones District, the City and the property owner have elected to engage the community in a public participation process in order to keep the community informed and solicit feedback on development proposals for The Jones District.
Brue-Baukol presented their vision for The Jones District to City Council during the December 3, 2018 Study Session. View the presentation.
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Public Participation in the Planning Process
The public participation process includes the formation of a focus group that will meet several times to help identify and work through issues important to the neighborhoods and help to inform their neighborhoods about the project. The focus group will be made up of representatives from Centennial HOAs within one mile of The Jones District. In addition to the focus group residents will have an opportunity to be involved through the project’s formal approval process which includes a community meeting and several public hearings before the City’s Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council.
Who makes the decision?
City approvals for The Jones District will be made by City Council.