Established in 1996, the Majestic Commercenter is a 1,600-acre, master-planned business park in Aurora, Colorado. Located just five miles south of Denver International Airport, one of the world’s busiest airports, the park features high speed fiber connectivity, Union Pacific rail service and outstanding access to Interstate 70 via Tower Road.
A regional home to some of the world’s largest, most respected corporations, the park has delivered high-cube spaces from 20,000 square feet to 1,000,000 square feet in Class A industrial buildings. Currently, the park boasts over 9 million square feet, with total build-out of the Majestic Commercenter expected to reach 15 million square feet of industrial, warehouse and distribution facilities. At 1,600 acres, this property offers a variety of flexible development opportunities including corporate campuses, spec product and build-to-suits.
25K - 460K
Total Square Feet Existing
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Master Planning & Development
As true portfolio developers that retain virtually every project undertaken, Majestic’s “fully-integrated services” approach serves as the
foundation of our success. This approach...
Design & Construction
Founded in 1968 by Majestic Realty Co., Commerce Construction has designed and constructed approximately 90 million square feet of commercial, industrial...
Majestic Management Co., a division of Majestic Realty Co., is recognized as one of the nation's premier, full-service commercial property managers. Drawing from more than 30 years...
Building 16 build-to-suit just recently completed
in December 2021 for Subaru
550,000 SF, 10 year lease
Recently completed build-to-suit for owner user group Shamrock Foods by Commerce Construction
1M+ SF Building, 75' Clear Height
Majestic Realty’s continued commitment to industrial development in Aurora has not only helped attract a number of companies including Amazon, but has strengthened our city’s reputation on the national and global stage,” says Aurora City Mayor, Steve Hogan. “We appreciate Majestic’s leadership and look forward to celebrating the groundbreaking of its latest speculative project."
(from left to right) Ed Roski Jr., City of Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan, Randall Hertel