In January 2011 Community Development staff undertook a "windshield survey" of vacant commercial and industrial buildings within the City. The purpose of this survey was to get a sense of how much vacant space is available in the community for commercial or industrial use. The data listed below is sorted by neighborhood planning areas as defined in the Grand Junction Comprehensive Plan. Subsequent surveys have been taken to reflect the ever changing dynamics of real estate with our City. These surveys will continue; please check back for future updates.
Neighborhood Vacancies as of January 2016
- City Center
- North Avenue
- NW Grand Junction
- Pear Park
- Orchard Mesa
- Vacancy Trend January 2016
- Vacant Building Inventory January 2016
- Inventory of Commercial & Industrial Properties-Vacancy Trends January 2016
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Brian Rusche via email, by phone at (970) 256-4058 or at the City of Grand Junction, Planning Division, 250 North 5th Street, Grand Junction, CO 81501.
Disclaimer: This data was compiled from visual surveys conducted by the Community Development Department. Data was also compiled using publicly available sources, such as the Mesa County Assessor, as well as contacts with some, but not all, real estate professionals and/or building owners. This data is intended to only reflect a point-in-time estimate of the vacancy of buildings with commercial or industrial zoning within the City of Grand Junction. The City cannot represent that this data is accurate or complete and should not be relied upon as such.