Colorado Springs, Colorado -
PRINTERS PARK is a 180 acre-infill site development which included redirecting a major city arterial and major office, retail, medical, and residential projects. While less than five minutes from downtown, Printers Park features all the beauty and appeal of the finest suburban campus combined with the attributes of a classic infill project.
Originally part of the Union Printers Home estate, Printers Park was established as a master-planned business park by Schuck Communities. Schuck based its imaginative design on the concept that good planning begins with the utilization of existing resources: Printers Park's natural beauty and prime central location. Schuck also considered the existing residential, commercial and retail neighborhoods surrounding it. Creative planning tapped the potential of these unique site features, resulting in an exceptional business and commercial campus.
Sensitive to traffic, drainage and open space issues, Schuck designed Printers Park with these concerns in mind as well. The result? A broad, tree-lined boulevard - the Park's centerpiece - links the downtown business corridor with the city's southeast side. An efficient network of connector streets feed off the boulevard for congestion-free access to the entire region. In addition, Memorial Park, adjacent to the west, provides additional open space as well as a variety of recreational opportunities to businesses and their employees.
Printers Park is testament to the Schuck hallmarks of creativity, imagination and success in meeting community needs with solid solutions.
Project consists of 165 total acres.
Site sizes are flexible to accommodate most companies and range in price from $2.00 to $3.50 per square foot.
Master planned with protective covenants for a cohesive blend of office, research and development, commercial and multi-family residential uses.
Classic infill project served by surrounding business and retail services.
The Park's proximity to the area's three major hospitals make it a logical choice for medical support services. Memorial Hospital, Continental Medical, the Rehabilitation Hospital of Colorado Springs and Healthcare Equities Group are all Park residents.
Adjacent residential communities offer a variety of lifestyles and a plentiful skilled labor force.
The project is located at Union Boulevard, Pikes Peak Avenue, Airport Road and Circle Drive are the major arterials bordering Printers Park.
Provides four-way accessibility: west to downtown, east to the airport, north to the Briargate community and south to the towns of Security and Widefield.
U.S.Highway 24 Bypass, with its convenient Union Boulevard interchange, and nearby Interstate 25 offer easy regional access.
Primary bus routes run along the west and north borders.
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