“Location, location, location” is more important than ever. Savvy Buyers and Investors are looking beyond traditional school and neighborhood amenities and are seeking homes near transportation options. We believe this will play a key role in defining ‘what’s new, what’s next’ as Denver continues to grow.
Central Rail Line Extension
AKA L Line
The Central Rail Extension will connect existing downtown rail service with the planned 38th · Blake Station. The L Line service would be provided by rail trains between Union Station and the 38th · Blake Station, and eventually to the airport.
University of Colorado A Line
AKA The Train to DIA
Whooohooo! Open for service on April 22, 2016 providing easy, affordable connections between downtown Denver and Denver International Airport (finally!)
Neighborhoods to Watch: River North, Cole, Elyria-Swansea, Clayton, North Park Hill, Stapleton, Morris Heights, Gateway, Montbello and Green Valley Ranch.
The G Line
AKA Train to Wheatridge
The G Line brings RTD train service through northwest Denver, Adams County and Arvada with the end-of-line stop in Wheat Ridge. It has long been planned by the near northwest suburbs and Denver, and will provide a rapid transit alternative for travel along the I-70 West Corridor.
Neighborhoods to watch: Sunnyside, Midtown, Olde Town Arvada.
The R Line
AKA Aurora/I-225 Rail
The 22-mile R Line will travel from Peoria to Lincoln. The R Line brings rail through the heart of Aurora, offering quick and convenient access for hundreds of nurses, patients and doctors to major activity centers such as University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus, Children’s Hospital, the new VA Hospital, as well as offering connections to Denver Tech Center, Union Station and DIA.