Kärcher Headquarters Near DIA Available for Sublease

4555 Airport Way, courtesy of CBRE.

CBRE has been awarded the exclusive leasing assignment for the sublease of Kärcher North America’s headquarters building, located at 4555 Airport Way in Denver. Mitch Bradley, Sergio Castaneda and Megan Strauss with CBRE are marketing the property for sublease, which expires December 31, 2025.


“This Class A office building is well-positioned in the expanding market near Denver International Airport. It’s a great option for tenants with large industrial presences in the area or for any company that wants the competitive advantage of being close to DIA, Buckley Air Force Base, Anschutz Medical Campus and the Fitzsimons Innovation Community,” stated Bradley.

Built in 2008, the LEED Silver-Certified, four-story building at 4555 Airport Way is visible to over 145,000 cars per day on Peña Boulevard. The property has building signage, monument signage, a fitness center with upgraded locker rooms, an employee cafeteria, an outdoor plaza with covered seating and a 6,766-square-foot showroom event space. Individual floor plates range from 19,760 square feet to 27,833 square feet with 12-foot ceilings. Additionally, the property has 262 parking spaces, 36 of which are covered.

4555 Airport Way is located at the northwest corner of the Peña Boulevard and I-70 intersection, surrounded by numerous restaurants and hotels and a waterfront pedestrian walking trail. RTD’s 40th /Airport – Gateway Park Station along the A-Line is also within walking distance.

Kärcher North America plans to consolidate its headquarter facility with several production locations into a new state-of-the-art complex in Aurora just south of DIA. Kärcher’s new North American headquarter and production facility will bring together company leadership, research and development, product management, sales and marketing, a training academy, a customer experience center and manufacturing, all under one roof.

Metro Denver’s office market had 2.5 million square feet of sublease space available at the end of Q1 2020, according to CBRE’s research, down 5.2 percent from Q4 2019.

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