Robinson Dairy Offers a Clean Slate
DENVER – Robinson Dairy, located at the northwest corner of 6th Avenue and I-25, is one of the most iconic and recognizable properties in Denver. The property is owned by Central Development and currently leased to Dean Foods through Aug. 15, 2019, at which time it will become available for lease or sale. The 52,523-square-foot food production, freezer and cooler facility offers incredible visibility, signage and corporate identity to the 6th Ave. and I-25 interchange.
Located in an Opportunity Zone, this property is ideal for adaptive reuse, allowing investors to use tax-deferred dollars to purchase and upgrade real estate while modernizing local neighborhoods. In addition, the Opportunity Zone benefits stretch far beyond the real estate and add increased incentives for qualified businesses.
The property’s square footage includes 2,000 SF of office space, 22,000 SF of cooler space, 4,500 SF of freezer space and 24,000 SF of food production space. There are two 1.5” water lines and an estimated 4,000-amps of 3-phase power.
Robinson Dairy is fully-equipped for a variety of uses. Examples include:
- Food production and processing
- Co-op food production
- Cooler and freezer
- Third-party logistics services
- Rented shared space for food trucks to prepare food
“Prospective buyers have considerable freedom when it comes to their vision for Robinson Dairy as the property offers flexibility in usage and configuration,” said Tyler Smith, managing director, Cushman & Wakefield.
In addition, a 37,218 SF warehouse and 5,937 SF office building adjacent to the property are also available for sale or lease. All three properties can be bought as a portfolio.
Photo courtesy of Cushman & Wakefield