Granite Properties Launches Flexible Office Leasing Solution

Granite Properties owns Regency Plaza, 4643 South Ulster Street, Denver. Photo: Granite Properties.

As many companies review their plans to return to the office, Granite Properties has launched evolve, a new platform of office and leasing solutions that provides a maximum amount of flexibility, offering conventional, move-in ready, on-demand, short-term, and co-working space. The new platform allows companies to tailor their workspace to their individual business needs, including size, location, lease terms, amenities and flexible work policies.

“As our customers are developing their future office plans, they’ve told us that they want more workspace flexibility to help them run their businesses more efficiently and productively. In response to their request for flexibility, we’ve developed evolve. The evolveoptions enable companies to meet business needs while providing their employees with the office experiences they enjoy – collaboration, connection and innovation,” said Michael Dardick, founding partner & CEO of Granite Properties.

Tenants have the option to experience a hub-and-spoke model through partnerships with co-working firms Industrious and Common Desk. Customers can lease their primary space in a Granite building and establish offices at Granite’s coworking partners, closer to employees’ homes. In addition, Granite customers will have access to amenities, such as fitness centers, conference rooms and indoor/outdoor lounges, in every Granite building across all markets.

The firm also recently completed integration of the clean air technology Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NPBI) in HVAC systems, and provided updates for touchless experiences and enhanced outdoor workspaces as part of its portfolio-wide $10 million Inspire Wellness initiative.

Granite owns and manages approximately 1.3 million square feet of Class A office buildings in the Denver area including Plaza Tower One, Prentice Plaza, High Pointe Tower and Regency Plaza in the Southeast Suburban market and 143 Union in Lakewood.

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