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Phase II of North Washington Commerce Center Breaks Ground

The Opus Group has broken ground on two speculative industrial buildings at North Washington Commerce Center, a multi-tenant park in Thornton. The buildings, 118,422 square feet, and 163,686 square feet, are the second phase of the development, which offers a variety of sizes, clear height, and loading options.

“Opus is thrilled to deliver additional space within the business park, following the tremendous success of the adjacent phase I building that was 100% pre-leased to an e-commerce tenant,” said Sean Cummings, vice president of real estate development. “We look forward to continuing to develop this dynamic industrial park that will cater to a variety of tenants.”

“North Washington Commerce Center is conveniently located adjacent to the new Eastlake Station light rail stop and provides much-needed product to the trade market,” said Eric Chamberlin, senior manager of real estate development. “We look forward to creating more job opportunities within the community.”

The 118,422-square-foot building will offer 28 dock positions, four drive-in doors, and 196 parking stalls. The 163,686-square-foot building will offer 35 dock positions, four drive-in doors, 270 parking stalls, and 15 trailer parking spots. The project’s location allows for convenient access to Interstate 25, Interstate 76, Interstate 270, E-470, and US Route 36. Both buildings are slated for completion in January 2022.

Opus is the developer, design-builder, architect, and engineer of record. First National Bank Omaha is the lender for the project.

 

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