DELIVERING ON THE SPIRIT OF URBAN RENEWAL

CREEKWALK

Creekwalk is a Neighborhood Shopping Center within the South Nevada Avenue Urban Renewal Plan that delivers a sense of place with an experiential Cheyenne Creek centerpiece. Nature, art and urban planning is showcased as Creekwalk’s architecture and building materials transition from plunges & pools, landscaped grasses and scenic spaces to walking and biking paths,  bus stops, and multimodal transportation connections. Major public improvement transformations are enabled through Creekwalk, beautifying the function and appearance of Colorado Springs’ gateway from the south. Creekwalk delivers on the spirit and intent of urban renewal while transforming South Nevada.

CREEKWALK SIGNAGE

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TRAFFIC COUNTS

Convenient to I-25 from South Nevada Avenue and Cheyenne Road, Creekwalk provides accessibility and ease to the area's diverse and established demographics.

AREA

DEMOGRAPHICS

Creekwalk will serve the city's most established  neighborhoods, while also being a destination dining and shopping experience.

TRADE AREA

Creekwalk will set a new standard of excellence in one of Colorado Springs' most vivid and bustling retail trade areas, serving Downtown, The Broadmoor, Fort Carson and beyond.

VISUAL PROGRESS

See before and after images of Creekwalk and its surroundings — from a state of blight to a premier dining and shopping destination in Southwest Colorado Springs. 

NEWS

NEWS

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September 17, 2021

Creekwalk sprints toward opening

Mientka is completing improvements for tenant including Fuzzy's Taco Shop, Nekter Juice Bar, The Oak Barrel wine and liquore store, Veda Salon & Spa and Capriotti's Sandwich Shop.

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September 8, 2021

Sprouts Farmers Market also to come

A Sprouts Farmer Market will anchor the second phase of the development, Creekwalk North, when delivered in 2022.

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January 11, 2021

Creekwalk project in Colorado Springs continues despite delay from pandemic

Workers have demolished old builidngs, removed rocks and debris from the creek bed and rebuilt the creek's retaining wall.