Cell Phone Tower Rates in Colorado

by Mike
(Estes Park, Colorado)

We have been approached about a cell Tower Lease on our property in Estes Park Colorado next to Rocky Mountain National Park. Initial offer from AT& T was $500/mo for a 30' tower. They since have determined that they need a 60' tower but have not gotten back to us with an offer yet. What is the range of fair Lease amounts in Colorado for this size tower. Thanks

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May 30, 2013
Rocky Mountain cell sites
by: Tower Genius

Mike it all depends on what their alternate choices are. If they are landlocked by federal land, and choices are limited your site can be worth more. If there are terrain issues or land use and zoning issues that could also limit them in the choices they have. You could have a $500/month site or a $2,000/month site. We will need more information.

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