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200 Clayton in Cherry Creek North Tops Out

According to Colorado-based developer Broe Real Estate Group, 200 Clayton, an eight-story mixed-use project adding 76,000 square feet of Class A office space to the highly coveted Cherry Creek North market, has reached its steel structure topping off.

Prominently positioned at “Main and Main” in the heart of Cherry Creek North, the $150 million phased development will serve as the long-term home to a high-quality tenant base that includes AON, Charles Schwab, OmniTRAX, and Vantage Data Centers. Leasing for the project has been led by CBRE’s Blake Holcomb and Brian Hutt.

“The demand for this project’s prime Cherry Creek North location, contemporary design, and its modern energy efficient building systems has been exceptionally strong,” said BREG CEO Doug Wells. “We are pleased to have attracted such a high-quality group of tenants that matches our long-term commitment and approach to this generational asset.”

“200 Clayton will bring hundreds of new employees to our vibrant neighborhood, and we are proud to see a long-time partner like The Broe Group continue to invest in Colorado,” said Cherry Creek North President and CEO Nick LeMasters. “The high demand for this project continues to demonstrate the value that employers find in Cherry Creek North’s unparalleled amenities and the benefits that its location offers employees, clients, and partners.”

The phased Clayton project also retains The Broe Group’s decades-long Cherry Creek headquarters. Phase two of the project, 250 Clayton, will continue the block’s transformation with a planned Q2 2023 start.

Broe Real Estate Group, an affiliate of The Broe Group, acquires, develops and manages commercial real estate assets. Affiliated companies own and manage office and industrial properties, medical office buildings and multi-family communities across the country, including premier assets in many of the most desirable markets.

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