Gray’s Station is all about staying connected, linking downtown Des Moines to some of the best natural resources in Central Iowa. This neighborhood is truly unlike any other. You’ll find bike-friendly streets and trails, a wetland basin inhabited by nature and the Coleman Bridge, a pedestrian bridge overlooking the Raccoon River. (Pocket parks and a plaza center are planned for later phases.) Discover local businesses, explore the trails, and see why Gray’s Station is the place to be.

Gray's Paseo

Enjoy the community paseo and pergola which plays host to live music during the Gray’s Summer Concert Series.

Bike Trails

Connect to more than 500 miles of biking, walking and jogging paths that will take you all over downtown and Central Iowa. Discover Gray’s Lake and Water Works Parks less than one mile away from Gray’s Station and the best of Central Iowa bike trails.

Local Businesses

Enjoy pizza, craft beers, a nail salon and chiropractic clinic all within walking distance in the first floor of LINC.

Downtown DSM Connections

The best part about living at Gray’s is being steps from downtown Des Moines’ best restaurants, entertainment venues and festivals. The Western Gateway and Court Avenue District are both within five minutes walking distance from your front door.