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Stapleton Business NOW: Progressive companies have already moved to Stapleton, attracted by the community’s competitive advantages ranging from location and economics to quality of life and access to qualified labor.

Here are just a few Stapleton businesses:


The FBI relocated to its new regional headquarters near Stapleton’s Central Park Station in 2010. Its distinctive 220,000-square-foot building is also LEED-certified.

SMA Solar Technology

SMA moved into Stapleton’s Enterprise Park in 2010, creating the largest U.S. production facility for solar inverters. The German-based company occupies over 300,000 square feet in Stapleton and has brought numerous new jobs to the community.
SMA was also named one of Colorado’s top economic projects!

U.S. Bank

U.S. Bank moved to a new operations building in Stapleton’s Enterprise Park in 2010. The Minneapolis-based company offers banking, brokerage, insurance, investment, mortgage, trust and payment services across 25 states.

A.F. Williams Family Medical Center

A.F. Williams opened in Stapleton’s East 29th Avenue Town Center in 2006. The comprehensive medical center is located at 3055 Roslyn Street and is operated by the University of Colorado.

Nobel/Sysco Food Services

One of the region’s largest food distributors, Nobel/Sysco relocated its regional headquarters to a 50-acre site in Stapleton’s Northfield Business Park in 2005.

Interested in Moving Your Business

Learn about Stapleton’s available land and available office and retail space.