Demographics and Data
Pueblo's City Center has three main zones within its Primary Market Area, attracting several different types of customers around the clock.
Weekday Walkable Trade Area
Getting around in Pueblo's City Center is easy on foot, by bike, by car or by city bus. 8,000 employees work inside the City Center district, and nearly 27,000 employees are within a 5-minute drive of the district.
Quick Trip From Home Trade Area
Every corner of the City of Pueblo is less than a 10 minute drive from City Center. Unlike the suburban sprawl seen in many other communities, Pueblo is a compact community. As such, on any day of the week, residents from throughout the city play and shop in the City Center.
Everyday Commute Trade Area
Two bedroom communities adjacent to the City of Pueblo also recognize City Center as their home "downtown" shopping and recreation district. Residents of Pueblo West (15 minutes to the west of City Center) and the St. Charles Mesa (15 minutes to the east) commute daily to the City Center.
Downloadable data and reports
- Census 2010 General Demographics
- Demographic and Income Profile Report
- Business Summary Report
- Tapestry (lifestyles/hobbies) Profile Report
- Map of City Center Primary Market Area Depicting Trade Area Zones
The Secondary Trade Area for Pueblo's City Center extends west to Salida, CO, south to Raton, NM, east to Lamar, CO and north to the Pueblo County/El Paso County border.