Over 1,400 companies call Commerce City home, ranging from international and national headquarters to small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Current and targeted industry clusters include:
For decades, the advanced manufacturing industry has been the backbone of Commerce City. It has been the catalyst for economic growth, shaping the community into the thriving hub it is today. The advanced manufacturing sector includes diverse, high-tech industries from design to manufacturing to assembly. Commerce City now looks to the future for the next generation of high-tech companies.
Business and Professional Services
Business and professional services companies represent a broad range of administrative services that includes legal, architectural, engineering, real estate, consulting, accounting professions. Many of these companies have taken advantage of our bilingual and professional workforce, miles of raw land, and prime locations along a central transportation corridor. In addition, there is still room to grow. Greenfield sites exist along primary corridors that are ideal locations for corporate campuses and headquarters.
Commerce City is at the western and northern border to Denver International Airport — the sixth-busiest airport in the nation and the 20th busiest in the world. There are nearly 12 square miles of available land directly bordering DIA within the city. DIA Technology encompasses this Aerotropolis that is fueled by aviation-focused businesses and related enterprises - from research to discovery, to homeland security and freight forwarding, and hospitality and leisure.
Logistics and Distribution
The logistics and distribution industry has defined Commerce City for decades. Encompassing the planning, implementation, and control of the flow of goods and services, logistics and distribution has blossomed into a leading global industry. Over 100 logistics and distribution companies have called Commerce City home for many years.
Retail, Leisure and Hospitality
Commerce City is committed to attracting businesses in the retail, hospitality, and leisure industries to serve our exploding population. As one of the fastest-growing cities in Colorado, existing retailers in Commerce City cannot meet the needs of the community. Prime commercial land exists along major corridors to accommodate this potential for growth.