Rooney Valley 
Development Plan

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Rooney Valley


  • East of C-470, between Morrison Rd. and W. Alameda Pkwy.East of C-470, between Morrison Rd. and W. Alameda Pkwy.

Area Size: 

  • 1,276 acres  Expected build out to include office, commercial, single & multi-family residential, mixed-use commercial, open space, and active park land 

Area Details: 

  • 790 acres in Lakewood; 387 acres in Morrison; 99 acres in Unincorporated Jeffco

  • Intergovernmental Agreement between Morrison and Lakewood for joint processing of development applications in the Valley and revenue sharing from all developments

  • Rooney Valley Master Plan has been adopted by both Lakewood  and Morrison to guide future development of the area

  • Mt. Carbon Metro District bankruptcy has effectively held up all development in the Valley Development Opportunities:

  • Largest greenfield development area left in Lakewood

  • Diversified Development Realtors is currently proposing a 600,000+/-  large format retail center in the southwestern portion of the Valley 


  • Close proximity to the new Colorado Mills Mall @ Denver West

  • Within minutes to Fox Hollow and The Homestead public golf courses.

  • West location provides convenient commute for employees and executives living in the mountains

  • Close to a wide variety of housing stock and rental units

  • Municipal services provided by the City of Lakewood 


  • Direct access to C-470 at Morrison Rd. Future interchange planned for Alameda Pkwy. C-470 provides direct connections to I-70, I-25, and Hwy-285.  

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Contact Lon Cassino
Colorado Real Estate Group
Denver, Colorado 80222
303.670.1900 fax
303.901.1679 cell

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