Opus Delivers Two-Building Speculative Industrial Development in Englewood
The Opus Group (Opus) has completed a two-building speculative industrial development in Englewood. Potomac Park at Dove Valley totals 264,522 square feet and is situated on a 27-acre site. The development is the result of a joint venture between Opus and USAA Real Estate.
“We overcame a unique topographical challenge given the project location within a hillside landscape,” said Joe Swensson, senior manager of real estate development at Opus. “We constructed these buildings anticipating diverse tenant needs and are grateful to our partners for working alongside us during this process.”
Potomac Park is situated on a site with unique and challenging topography. The buildings were constructed to meet diverse tenant needs and offer nearby access to major transportation routes, the airport, retail and dining options, and Dove Valley Park. Large glass windows were installed to take advantage of the scenic location, providing tenants in the western building expansive and unobstructed views of the Rocky Mountains.
The eastern building totals 118,270 square feet with 28-foot clear height, six drive-in doors and 225 parking stalls. The western building is 147,252 square feet with 30-foot clear height, six drive-in doors and 271 parking stalls.
“The Denver industrial market remains robust, and this year we’ve continued to see a steady demand for available space,” said Sean Cummings, vice president of real estate development at Opus. “We are excited for the unveiling of this expansive project, and we look forward to developing more projects in the future to meet the demands of the market.”
Opus was the developer, design-builder, and architect and structural engineer of record. Doug Viseur and Todd Witty from CBRE are marketing the project for lease.