Boulder-Based Brewery Leases Industrial Space at CTC Boulder-Based Brewery Leases Industrial Space at CTC
DENVER – Breakaway Business Center, LLC leased two industrial spaces at 1772 Prairie Way in the Colorado Tech Center (CTC) in Louisville, Colorado. Tendeg, a... Boulder-Based Brewery Leases Industrial Space at CTC

DENVER – Breakaway Business Center, LLC leased two industrial spaces at 1772 Prairie Way in the Colorado Tech Center (CTC) in Louisville, Colorado. Tendeg, a producer of aerospace engineering products and services, will occupy 7,349-square-feet of space. FATE Brewing Company, a Boulder-based brewery, will open a restaurant and tasting room in addition to brewing space at 1772 Prairie Way in a 14,858-square-foot space.

“I’m excited to have FATE for multiple reasons,” said Ben Blaugrund, building owner and developer. “Personally, I’ve always enjoyed FATE’s beer and felt they have the best food of any brewery I’ve ever been to. On a business level, they’ll not only be an attractive addition to our building, but they’re going to liven up the CTC, which is in desperate need of restaurants and gathering places for the business park’s employees and
customers.”

FATE Brewing and Tendeg will join ePac, a digital flexible packaging company, which will open this fall, and Apex Movement, a parkour gym that recently opened. FATE has a current location in Boulder at 1600 38th Street, where it won the Daily Camera’s Boulder’s Best New Restaurant award in 2013.

“FATE is more than excited to continue its brewing production future in the city of Louisville,” said Michael Lawinski, FATE Owner. “We are thrilled to be in CTC and such a wonderful town, one that I have personally lived in since the early 2000s. I couldn’t be more excited than to pursue our FATE, grow our business and dig our roots further into a place we call home.”

Tendeg, who also has offices in Aspen and Los Angeles, is an existing tenant in the Colorado Tech Center and is relocating to 1772 Prairie Way. They provide innovative aerospace engineering services including design, analysis, prototyping and flight unit build. The company was founded in 2007 by a group of space industry veterans with an average of 22 years’ experience in designing and building space flight hardware.

Chris Ball and Joe Krahn of Cushman & Wakefield along with Jason Kruse of The Colorado Group represented Breakaway Business Center. Erik Abrahamson of CBRE represented Tendeg and James Howser of Gibbons-
White represented FATE Brewing.

“We are excited to welcome both FATE and Tendeg to 1772 Prairie Way,” said Ball. “Both companies are a great fit for the building and contribute to the diverse tenant mix of the project.”

1772 Prairie Way is a new light industrial flex building that has the ability to demise down to 7,500-square-feet with 21’-24’ ceiling height and both dock-high and drive-in doors.

Image courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield.

 

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