Facts & Figures
An unparalleled opportunity
With the towering Rocky Mountains to the west and the vast expanse of the high plains to the east, no wonder anything’s possible in Aurora. The city’s pro-business attitude, ample land, cost-effective lease rates, extensive infrastructure, and educated workforce fuel a dynamic economy.
Here aerospace industries and bioscience firms rub shoulders with business services suppliers and retail trade companies. These local businesses serve regional, national, and international markets by virtue of Aurora’s location in the center of the United States.
Already Colorado’s third most populated city, Aurora’s reasonable cost of doing business and low tax rates are attracting more enterprises to set up shop on its 144 square miles of opportunity.
The city of Aurora comprises the eastern portion of the Denver metropolitan area. As the medical, financial, and governmental center of the Rocky Mountain region, metro Denver is a hub for businesses serving the United States, as well as Mexico and Canada. The population is younger, better educated, and more affluent than most other large cities.