Earthwork is in progress to make way for two new flex-office buildings near Interlocken Loop in Broomfield, Colorado. Each building comprises of 88,293 SF of tilt-up construction. Amenities for the future employees of the office buildings include outdoor break areas with fire pits and sun-screened patios.
Developer: Etkin Johnson Group, Denver, CO
As of January 2017, another 50,000 square feet of build-to-suit, flex industrial, warehouse building construction has been completed at Crossroads Commerce Park with Building #5. This completes a total of approximately 824,310 square feet of campus construction to this industrial park which includes Building #6 which is currently under way. Plans for additional contracted projects with developer Trammell Crow Co. and architect Ware Malcomb are in various planning stages.
Sierra Pacific Windows will distribute their high-end residential windows from a portion of the building while additional space is available for lease. Other companies actively in business within the park include Empire Staple Co., American Tire Distributors, and Lennox. Sierra Pacific Industries and Empire Staple both purchased their buildings.
A 646,000 square foot distribution facility is nearing completion at the intersection of Central Park Boulevard and East 40th Avenue off of Havana Street in Denver, Colorado. This property is an addition to the recently constructed 1.2 million square feet of flex industrial and warehouse space developed by United Properties along the I-70 corridor alongside Priority Wire and Cable, Tire Rack, Coca-Cola, Reddy Ice, Mattress Firm, FedEx, American Tire, and Aramark. Anticipated completion of the project is June 2017.
Beverage Distributors is the largest distributor of beer and liquor in Colorado and employs more than 600 people.
Stapleton Business Center North, Buildings 1, 2, and 3 are all officially LEED® BD&C: Core and Shell v3 verified. Buildings 1 and 2 are LEED® Certified and Building 3 is LEED® Silver! Thank you ProLogis and Ware Malcomb for the opportunity to collaborate with you to accomplish this 1,035,620 square feet of work!
Photographs by Rocky Mountain Aerials
Work has been completed on the first four out of ten office/warehouse buildings at East 55th Avenue in Globeville. Murray & Stafford has contracted with Trammell Crow Company to build multiple Spec buildings at the new Crossroads Commerce Park at 55th & Washington in Adams County, Colorado. The completed buildings have the following parameters:
Building #1 169,210 SF 24’ Clear height
Building #2 376,598 SF 32’ Clear height
Building #3 96,973 SF 28’ Clear height
Building #4 61,870 SF 24’ Clear height
These four buildings initiate Phase 1 for a total of 10 buildings within Crossroads Commerce Park. Building 5 is in the construction phase. Total building square footage for the park is approximately 996,500 SF.
Congratulations to IBC Holdings, LLC for the sale of Park 12 Hundred! After months of demolition, restoration, and new construction the return on investment has resulted. Thank you for collaborating and working with Murray & Stafford, Inc. as a team member to fulfill this goal!
August 2016, Denver, Colorado. Enterprise Business Center(EBC) Bldg 2 at 9950 E 40th Avenue, Denver, CO has been awarded LEED Certified rating. The LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), is the foremost program for buildings, homes and communities that are designed, constructed, maintained and operated for improved environmental and human health performance.
EBC Building 2 achieved LEED® status by implementing practical and measurable strategies and solutions aimed at achieving high performance in: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality. This project also achieved 6 of the 6 Innovation in Design points within the LEED® rating system!
“Buildings are a prime example of how human systems integrate with natural systems,” said Rick Fedrizzi, CEO and founding chair, USGBC. “The Enterprise Business Center Bldg 2 project efficiently uses our natural resources and makes an immediate, positive impact on our planet, which will tremendously benefit future generations to come.”