Broe Real Estate Group Signs Micron Technology as Lead Tenant at MAX Technology Center

Broe Real Estate’s commitments from Micron Technology, Home Depot, Lineage Logistics, AON, and Charles Schwab fuel record-breaking year for the local developer as industry giants across sectors invest in Colorado.

Broe Real Estate Group (BREG), the wholly-owned subsidiary of the multi-billion-dollar private investment firm, The Broe Group, recently signed Micron Technologies, Inc. as the lead tenant for its 25-acre Longmont innovation campus known as MAX Technology Center. Micron Technology joins a list of industry giants leasing Colorado properties with Broe Real Estate Group in 2022, including Home Depot, Lineage Logistics, AON, and Charles Schwab.

“Broe Real Estate continues to develop high-quality assets across the country that meet the evolving needs of real estate users,” said Broe Real Estate CEO Douglas Wells. “BREG’s tremendous volume of leasing underscores the demand for Colorado’s dynamic location and talent pool.”

BREG’s twelve-month lease total exceeds 1.5 million square feet, representing more than a third of a billion dollars of new partnerships. BREG’s new partnership with Micron joins more than $115 billion in the Fortune 500 company’s newly announced domestic company operations.

“The Broe Group continues to attract high-quality tenants that bring high-paying jobs to Colorado and it’s especially gratifying to see a Colorado developer investing in our state’s future,” said Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO J. J. Ament. “These Fortune 500 projects are exciting additions to our dynamic economy – and evidence that our whole region can support world-class projects.”

Micron Technology, Inc. is an American producer of computer memory and computer data storage including dynamic random-access memory, flash memory, and USB flash drives.

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