Where is Midtown?

Midtown at Clear Creek (marked with a red pin) is a new neighborhood in southwest Adams County, in the northern part of Metro Denver Colorado. Midtown is 184 acres on both sides of Pecos Street, between 66th & 68th Avenues.

Midtown is just southeast of Westminster, about 2 miles south of Thornton & Federal Heights, 2 miles east of Arvada, and 2 miles north of Denver. It’s also about a mile from I-25, U.S 36, and I-76. At 10 minutes from downtown Denver and 20 minutes from Boulder, it’s in the middle of everything.

The white area on the map above is unincorporated Adams County. Much of this area is underdeveloped, and a prime location for growth. Downtown Denver is five miles south.

Pecos Junction, on RTD’s G-line commuter rail is less than a mile south of Midtown. It’s a vital link between Arvada, Adams County and downtown Denver. A second route, the B-line, opened in July 2016. A nonstop trip from Westminster Station (one mile west of Midtown) to Denver’s Union Station takes 12 minutes. One day, it will take passengers as far as Boulder and Longmont (35 miles northwest). Altogether, RTD is opening 60 miles of new rail in 2016–2017. This investment has already jump-started transit-oriented development near stations and builds communities all along the tracks.

Adams County imagines a bright future for the area, outlined in the Making Connections plan. As one of the first developments, Midtown is the anchor for many planned communities in the area.

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© Robert B Pickering 2017