Centennial Shopping Center
Retail Shopping Center in Englewood, Colorado
Centennial Shopping Center is a 113,628-square-foot grocery-anchored neighborhood center located in Englewood, Colorado, an inner-ring suburb 25 minutes from downtown Denver and 20 minutes from Denver Tech Center. The property is anchored by a high-volume King Soopers, the dominant grocer in Denver, and benefits from its infill, convenient and accessible position at a highly trafficked intersection just a half mile from Highway 85. Centennial serves a diverse, growing densely populated trade area of over 100,000 residents within three miles. As part of its "Healthy Corridors Project - Transforming Urban and Suburban Arteries Into Thriving Places", the Urban Land Institute (ULI) chose Englewood as one of four areas in the country to receive funding for assessments of business corridors based on potential to contribute to better development. ULI cited the submarket's influx of millennials and baby boomers, proximity to downtown Denver and strong medical center as drivers of investor demand and potential for economic development.