South Platte Crossing

Commerce City

ULC acquired South Platte Crossing in December 2018 to preserve critical office space along a future transit corridor. This was ULC’s first acquisition in Commerce City, and directly aligns with our mission to provide affordable office space to mission minded organizations and nonprofits. The six story office building is located at the 72nd Avenue and Colorado Boulevard station on RTD’s future N Line Commuter Rail. South Platte Crossing is just over 80,000 square feet, and formerly served as the Adams County Human Services headquarters. In the future, ULC plans to allocate a one acre parcel on the site for the future development of permanently affordable housing.

Partner Spotlight: Eric Nesbitt

Written on June 2, 2022 at 5:16 pm

Eric Nesbitt, Esq., of Nesbitt Development, The Law Offices of Eric L. Nesbitt, and the Nesbitt Commercial Group, has been working with Urban Land Conservancy for more than eighteen years to support access to affordable commercial real estate and affordable housing and spur neighborhood revitalization. Nesbitt is a multifaceted partner, a real estate and business
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ULC Welcomes First Three Tenants to South Platte Crossing!

Written on May 14, 2019 at 8:55 pm

Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) is excited to announce we have recently welcomed three tenants to our South Platte Crossing office space in Commerce City. These tenants are: Cultivando, Front Range Clinic and the Regional Transportation District (RTD). ULC acquired South Platte Crossing in 2018 to preserve critical community serving office space. Located adjacent to the
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ULC Makes First Acquisition in Commerce City to Preserve Critical Community Serving Space

Written on December 12, 2018 at 4:00 pm

South Platte Crossing is a six-story office building that will house multiple nonprofit organizations as well as municipal services.