Ambrose Property Group announced today the completion of DIA Logistics Park Building I, in addition to an expansion of the industrial park.
Building I is a 625,000-square-foot Class A industrial building and the first 40-foot clear-height speculative industrial development in the Denver market. The building features 3,858 square feet of office space, 288 auto parking spaces (expandable to 667), 176 trailer parking spaces (expandable to 225), 92 dock doors, four drive-in doors and an 8-inch-thick unreinforced slab.
Building I is move-in ready and marks the first completed building in DIA Logistics Park.
DIA Logistics Park is a Class A industrial park now spread across 226 acres located within and adjacent to the Porteos development district following an expansion that added 108 acres of land to the park. It offers spaces available ranging from 61,000 to 1,028,000 square feet across its eight buildings.
In addition to the recent completion of Building I, the Building II site is pad-ready and available for build-to-suit or user sales. The site can accommodate more than 1,000,000 square feet of space. Construction on Buildings III and IV is scheduled to begin in 2024. All buildings are seeking LEED certification.
“We’re excited to provide industrial solutions at a prime location that fulfills the complex needs in logistics, light manufacturing and distribution,” said Pat Walsh, Ambrose senior vice president of development. “DIA Logistics Park will provide facilities for companies of various sizes so they can easily access the Denver metro area and entire Mountain West region.”
DIA Logistics Park is conveniently located just over two miles from the Denver International Airport and E470 interchange. Ideally configured for bulk distribution, local and regional distribution and light manufacturing and assembly, it sits in three economic benefit zones.
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Ambrose is an industrial, logistics and e-commerce developer with a portfolio that includes projects in Colorado, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Utah, Texas and South Florida.