Transportation & Logistics 

In the middle of everything

Aurora’s I-70 corridor, the city’s proximity to Denver International Airport (DIA), prime warehouse and distribution business parks, the availability of developable land, a pro-business government and highly accessible workforce combined make Aurora a force in transportation and logistics activity.  All of these elements have attracted quality developers who are able to deliver high-quality industrial product quickly and efficiently for users looking for attractive places to relocate or expand.  The northeast Aurora area will continue to see significant development by national developers such as Majestic Realty, Starwood CPG Operations and Porteos that all have active sites in the area.
As a result, many well known companies have set up distribution and warehouse facilities in Aurora such as Amazon, Kroger, Medline, FedEx, United Natural Foods, KeHE Distribution, and WinWholesale just to name a few.  
Denver International Airport is key to the area’s air cargo activity.  Not only is the airport centrally located within the country, but DIA is the 19th-busiest airport in the world and the sixth-busiest airport in the United States.