The retail market in Mesa County, Colorado serves nearly 500,000 people in the region and is poised for further growth. Mesa County, Colorado is the largest shopping hub between Salt Lake City, Utah and Denver, Colorado. A pro-business climate; a growing, skilled and underemployed workforce; low operating costs; and outstanding recreational opportunities make the Grand Junction area a wonderful place for new or expanding business.
The cities of Grand Junction, Fruita and Palisade, together with Mesa County, have been engaged in significant community planning efforts that will create a healthy balance of commercial and industrial opportunities while preserving the open spaces that make the Grand Valley a unique and attractive place to live and work. Many companies have found, and will continue to find, the Grand Junction Metropolitan Area to be the right place to do business. A variety of existing and yet to be developed retail properties are available across the county. Each community has its unique characteristics and opportunities for retail development.
For your retail development in Fruita, contact Clint Kinney, City Manager.
For your retail development in Grand Junction, contact Barb Bowman.
For your retail development in Palisade, contact Rich Sales, Town Administrator.
For your retail development within Mesa County, contact Commissioner Steve Acquafresca.
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