Brookfield Properties Selects Newmark as Exclusive Leasing Agents of Central Park Logistics Center

Rendering of Central Park Logistics Center courtesy of Ware Malcomb.

Newmark recently announced that Mike Wafer and Mike Wafer Jr. are the exclusive leasing agents of Central Park Logistics Center at 9300 and 9400 East 46th Place in Denver. The project, developed by Brookfield Properties, which will deliver in Spring of 2022, is a LEED-certified, two-building industrial development in a prime “last mile” location in Denver. Ware Malcomb is the project architect and Brinkman Construction is the general contractor.

The new 695,899-square-foot, Class A, master-planned industrial development will follow design guidelines ensuring high-end and consistent quality. The two buildings will feature 32’ and 36’ clear height ceilings, cross-dock and front park/rear load designs, TPO cool roofs, clerestory windows, ESFR sprinkler systems, modern truck courts with ample car and trailer parking and
speculative offices completed with core and shell construction.

“With the first development addition in the area, our team is thrilled with this unique opportunity in one of the most desirable logistics submarkets of Denver. We look forward to expanding Brookfield Properties’ presence in the heart of the Rocky Mountain region,” said Joonas Partanen, vice president at Brookfield Properties.

Building 1, which will be located at 9300 East 46th Place, will total 201,501 square feet, divisible down to 35,000± square feet; and Building 2, located at 9400 East 46th Place, will total 494,398 square feet, divisible down to 75,000± square feet.

“Central Park Logistics Center, one of the last large infill development sites in the Denver market, will address the growing demand for Class A distribution and fulfillment center space in last mile locations,” said Wafer. “The development will not only deliver modern, environmentally conscious industrial space but deliver tenant value through its interstate accessibility and proximity to surrounding amenities.”

Strategically located at the northeast corner of Central Park Boulevard and I-70, the project benefits from immediate interstate access and proximity to I-270, I-225 and E-470, as well as numerous retail and restaurant amenities, residential opportunities and public transportation.


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