Solar company Bold Renewables, LLC, has signed a lease for 23,215 square feet at the Diamond Valley Tech Center, located at 840 Diamond Valley Parkway in Windsor. Mike Eyer and Julius Tabert with CBRE’s Fort Collins office represented the building landlord. Joe Palieri of NAI Affinity represented the tenant.
“Windsor’s central location among the population centers of northern Colorado and its proximity to Interstate 25 have made it the site of rapid urban growth, particularly on the western edge of town as it grows toward the I-25 interchange,” stated Mr. Eyer, vice president with CBRE. “Additionally, in the last two decades, the Town of Windsor has seen significant industrial development on the southeast side of town.”
Built in 2003, 840 Diamond Valley Parkway is a 62,280-square-foot industrial building also home to Vestas Wind Systems. The building offers grade level and dock high loading and 20-ft. clear heights. With Bold Renewables lease in place, one 27,685-sq.-ft. suite remains available for lease. The building also remains for sale with a list price of $8.1 million.
The property is part of the larger 45-acre Diamond Valley Tech Center, which is a master planned, architecturally controlled tech park that is approved for approximately 570,000 sq. ft. of light industrial and high-tech buildings. It is located just east of 257 between Weld County Road 68 to the north and Eastman Park Drive to the south.
Bold Renewables will relocate from Fort Collins and use the new space for its corporate office and diagnostic lab as well as a parts and equipment warehouse.