The Collective at CTC Signs First Tenant
DENVER — The Collective, developed by Entasis Group, a state-of-the-art three-building campus located at 199 South Taylor Avenue in the Colorado Tech Center (CTC) have signed their first tenant.
The new Class A construction offers tenants contemporary, modern workspace with access to on-site retail amenities and a private park, as well as premier views of the Rocky Mountains. Entasis Group broke ground in May and will deliver all three buildings Q1 2018.
JLL’s Patrick McGettigan represents Entasis Group and will be leasing The Collective. He recently helped to secure a 10-year lease for one of the three buildings. The tenant, Corr-Jensen, is a leading manufacturer and marketer of health and wellness products. Corr-Jensen will occupy 37,540 SF and feature a 60-foot wide glass overhead door that opens to the Flatirons.
“Corr-Jensen needed space that embodied the Colorado experience for their employees. Moreover, The Collective offered them the opportunity to create an indoor/outdoor environment, as well as the freedom and flexibility to customize their space as they saw fit” said McGettigan.
The Collective is situated in between Boulder and Denver. As such, it provides employers the ability to attract and retain a highly educated and technically savvy workforce. The business park is currently home to companies such as Babolat, Lockheed Martin, and Sierra Nevada Corporation.
The Collective’s new modern architecture will differentiate it from other developments within the Northwest submarket. The Collective is also unique in that tenants will have direct connectivity to Boulder County Open Space running and bike trails. Moreover, the site sits at a high point in the CTC and has unobstructed views of the Flatirons. The remaining 62,000 SF will include 12’x12’ overhead glass doors which can be used for office, storefront or loading. The interiors will feature polished concrete floors, exposed air ducts and tall glass windows.
The Collective is also zoned for retail and is looking to add a coffee shop and/or restaurant concept. Given the contemporary design, site location, campus setting and the fact that tenants will have private entries with signage, The Collective provides tenants with an excellent sense of place and identity.
Image courtesy of Entasis Group.