Regional Profile

The City of Lone Tree (pop: 12,779) is a small, modern, business-friendly city located at the junction of highways C/E-470 and I-25 and at the end of the E and F lines on the RTD Light Rail system in the south Denver metro area of Colorado.

A magnet for entrepreneurs and visionary businesses, Lone Tree’s location in South Metro Denver has become a highly diverse business community,and is one of the most exciting and fastest growing regions in the country.

Potential businesses and residents alike are attracted to Lone Tree because we offer the lowest municipal tax rate in Colorado and do not collect on property taxes. With household incomes exceeding $100,000 and a highly educated workforce, the City of Lone Tree, Colorado is a great place to start, expand or relocate your business.

The City of Lone Tree is committed to exceptional quality development within its boundaries. Lone Tree has an efficient, highly skilled Community Development Department and committed elected officials who can usually guarantee permitting of a new development, from application to approval, in 90 days or less. A single point-of-contact can be arranged to handle all applications and requests. The City of Lone Tree assesses no ad valorem property tax for City operations.

Area Highlights:

Our Location

Lone Tree is located south of Denver in Douglas County, Colorado. Less than 20 miles from downtown Denver, Lone Tree has immediate access to Colorado’s biggest central business hub, skilled labor market and key industry resources. What’s more, the world-famous Rocky Mountains are part of our skyline, and their proximity affords endless outdoor recreation opportunities for Lone Tree residents.

Denver International Airport (DIA) is less than 25 miles from Lone Tree,providing commuting convenience for business and leisure travelers. Centennial Airport is less than 10 miles away, in the heart of the Denver Tech Center.

Local Assets

Lone Tree is home to world-class healthcare institutions, top-rated schools, a new multi-modal transportation system, and outstanding recreational opportunities and shopping, making Lone Tree an ideal place to live, work and play.

The Statistics

With 39 million square feet of office space, employment of more than 300,000 people and an economic output of close to 25% of the state’s total,Douglas County attracts businesses large and small including Charles Schwab, Sprint Nextel and Kaiser Permanente.

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