Important Notice: We’re Moving Friday May 5th through Monday May 8th!
We’re moving the Inverness Metro management offices on Friday, May 5th through Monday May 8th . During the time of our move, we will be unable to view or respond to emails, to take payments or answer customer service calls. In case of an emergency, please call 303-649-9857. After May 8th the Inverness Metro’s management will have moved to: 188 Inverness Drive West, Suite 150, Englewood, CO 80112. We thank you for your patience as we settle into our new home.
Welcome to the Inverness Metropolitan Improvement District
Located just 15 miles south of downtown Denver and about 30 miles from Denver International Airport (DIA), the upscale commercial and residential community of Inverness, Colorado is managed by the Inverness Metropolitan Improvement District. The District maintains a beautiful recreational park featuring manicured, garden walkways and sports amenities within Inverness. For business owners, employees and residents, work and a healthy lifestyle become one in this unique environment.
Keeping the neighborhood top notch, the District is responsible for ongoing maintenance services as well as regional transportation and other improvement projects for common area roadways and landscaping. With easy access to the County Line and Dry Creek Light Rail Stations, Park Meadows Retail Resort, restaurants, The AAA Four Star Inverness Hotel and Conference Center featuring a 4,500 square foot day spa and 18-hole Preston Maxwell championship golf course, Colorado Athletic Club, and the upscale residential communities at The Vallagio at Inverness, there is a great sense of pride and excitement in this growing community for many good reasons.
Southeast Business Partnership becomes “Denver South”
The Southeast Business Partnership has long been the economic development entity serving the office parks along the I-25 Southeast Corridor. This group has successfully supported the recruitment of companies into the area from across the country and has worked hard to help retain the companies that are already here. This effort has contributed to the growth of commercial development and the establishment of good quality jobs in this area over many years. This year, the Southeast Business Partnership has become the “Denver South Economic Development Partnership” advertising itself as Colorado’s Corporate Capital. This change was to help the new web-based world recognize the location of Colorado’s Corporate Capital as south of Denver instead of somewhere in the “Southeast United States.” Denver South has had a good year marketing our area under the leadership of Executive Director Mike Fitzgerald, a nationally known figure in economic development.