Ken Caryl Land (S Garrison St and W Fairfax Ave)

W Fairview Ave and S Field St Littleton , CO 80128

W Fairview Ave and S Field St, Littleton , CO, 80128
W Fairview Ave and S Field St, Littleton , CO, 80128
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Mar 07, 2024


  • High income neighborhood
  • Situated adjacent to Village Cooperative of Chatfield (55 units under construction) will be completed fall of 2024.
  • Village Cooperative will be a brand new 62+ community.
  • Close proximity to both Kipling and Ken Caryl
  • Large commercial land tract


Unique Properties Inc. is pleased to present this 3.06 acres of developable land in the heart of Littleton. Located just off Ken Caryl, this commercially zoned site allows for the development of a wide variety of commercial uses. Located on W Fairview Ave, the site provides easy accessibility in the rapidly growing Ken Caryl Market. Surrounded by an average household income of just over $125,000 within a two-mile radius, the property will have an immediate high-income customer base in close proximity. Due to the property’s location on a coal mine, any interested developer will have to confirm total amount of buildable area and work with the county on which portions of the property can be constructed upon.

Parcel ID:  59-341-06-026

Lot Size: 3.06 acres


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Map of W Fairview Ave and S Field St, Littleton , CO, 80128

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