Old Ideals, New Ideas


When Lowry Air Force Base closed in 1994, the cities of Denver and Aurora lost 7,000 jobs and $295 million in annual spending. The Lowry Redevelopment Authority (LRA), a quasi-governmental entity, was created by the cities of Denver and Aurora to redevelop the base. The vision was to create a new urban community based on the best of classic Denver neighborhoods with the best new ideas in urban planning.

Today, Lowry is one of Denver's premier neighborhoods and a national model of sustainable development. More than 25,000 people live, work and go to school here; our trails, parks and open spaces are enjoyed by all.

The LRA has completed most of its mission at Lowry except for a parcel known as Boulevard One. This will be a key focus for the next few years.

Old Ideals, New Ideas
Old Ideals, New Ideas
Old Ideals, New Ideas

Current News

Boulevard One
Urban-inspired Boulevard One represents the last new neighborhood in Lowry, once the tail end of historic Runway One. Boulevard One is a true mixed-use community. Its single-family homes, rowhomes, condominiums and apartments are within easy walking distance of new parks, public gathering spaces and neighborhood retail. Lowry Town Center is an easy bike ride or stroll from anywhere within Boulevard One.

Read Current News about Boulevard One.

Upcoming Meetings

April 25 - Lowry Board of Directors - Agenda

Click here for minutes from past meetings.

For More Information

Lowry Redevelopment Authority
Call (303) 343-0276
Visit us at 130 Rampart Way, Ste 110
Office hours: Mon - Thurs, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Closed Fridays.

Boulevard One
For sales/leasing information
and current news, visit

Lowry Community Master Association
For more information about the Lowry community and events:
Visit www.lowrydenver.com/
Find the LCMA on Facebook
Call (720) 583-5262