Weld County and Northern Colorado’s newest industrial park asset, the Access 25 Logistics Park, is conveniently located along the I-25 corridor in Mead, Colorado. This 300-acre master-planned development is dual rail-served and offers several site configurations, lot sizes, and shovel-ready build-to-suit or lease opportunities. Sites are zoned for industrial use and offer outdoor storage as an accessory use.
The park will feature multiple rail-served sites at full buildout, with rail service offered by OmniTRAX, making it the closest dual rail-served park to the Denver Metro Area. The OmniTRAX line connects to Union Pacific at Greeley, 29 miles east of the site, and to BNSF at Loveland, 19 miles west. OmniTRAX is a key partner for the park, optimizing costs and providing access to more origins and destinations.
The park fronts I-25, providing strong interstate visibility and convenient 30-minute access to four major industry and labor markets in Colorado: Denver, Boulder/Loveland, Fort Collins, and Greeley. Mead is centrally located between several regional airports including the Northern Colorado Regional Airport in Loveland, the Greeley-Weld County Airport in Greeley, and is an easy 40 miles away from Denver International Airport.
The Access 25 Logistics Park further supports the region’s growth in population and industry. Being rail-served, the park highlights the Northern Colorado distribution and e-commerce industry cluster, which saw 18% growth between 2015 and 2020 and expects to see an additional 9% growth by 2025. Total GRP totaled more than $2 billion in 2020 for the industry, supporting several Fortune 50 companies’ decisions to expand their distribution operations in Northern Colorado to meet consumer demands, including Amazon, FedEx, and others who are anticipated to be announced soon.