22-Acre Industrial Project Breaks Ground Near DTC

HUB Arapahoe rendering courtesy of Ware Malcomb.

Phase I of HUB Arapahoe, a 304,172-square-foot, 22-acre industrial warehouse campus development 1.5 miles east of I-25 at Arapahoe Road. HUB Arapahoe, which is owned and developed by Jordon Perlmutter & Co., will be the closest new generation warehouse development to the Denver Tech Center.

“We are excited to break ground on HUB Arapahoe and meet the market’s demand for modern and highly functional last-mile warehouse space in Southeast Denver. The project’s strategic location, surrounded by some of the best demographics in the Denver metro, will be attractive to a wide variety of businesses and users,” said Sean Perlmutter, partner at Jordon Perlmutter & Co. “This investment reflects our commitment to positively impact the region and local economies.”

The first phase of HUB Arapahoe includes the construction of two Class A buildings measuring 72,743 and 79,343 square feet located at 11233 and 11243 East Caley Avenue, respectively. The buildings, which will be offered for lease or sale, feature 24’ foot ceiling height, 10’ floor-to-ceiling windows, dock-hi and drive-in loading, office finish, on-building signage and will allow for
flexible divisibility.

Newmark Executive Managing Directors David Lee and Jason Addlesperger are the exclusive agents; Murray & Stafford Inc is the general contractor and Ware Malcomb is the project architect.

“As the closest new generation warehouse delivery to the DTC and with direct access to I-25 at Arapahoe Road, the development is very well situated in proximity to numerous services and attractive to a multitude of businesses,” said David Lee. “The market’s demand for industrial space continues to increase as e-commerce is at an all-time high and companies continue to expand for last-mile delivery.”

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