DENVER — Healthcare automation company Swisslog recently moved its headquarters and 200 employees from northeast Denver to Interpark’s Building I, located at 11325 Main Street in Broomfield. Swisslog will occupy 80,726 square feet of space inside the newly completed industrial/flex building that is part of United Properties’ first development in the northwest corridor.
CBRE’s Frank Kelley and Jeremy Kroner represented United Properties and are marketing Interpark’s remaining industrial/flex spaces for lease.
“Interpark stands out because of United Properties’ dedication to making it an amenity-driven, pedestrian friendly environment, something not often seen in developments driven by industrial/flex space. Swisslog and future tenants are also poised to benefit from the strategic location mid-way between Boulder and Denver, offering access to two well-educated and highly skilled labor pools,” said Jeremy Kroner, vice president, CBRE.
Swisslog designs, develops and delivers best-in-class automation solutions for forward-thinking hospitals, warehouses and distribution centers. On-site operations inside Building I will include a production plant and Automation Academy and Technology Showroom, used for training and showcasing Swisslog’s portfolio of transport and pharmacy automation solutions for hospitals.
According to Swisslog, the move to Interpark allows the company to keep its production, product management, marketing and research and development teams together while providing room for future growth.
“Swisslog was attracted to Interpark because we developed a Class A flex building in a location easily accessible for their employees with nearby walkable retail amenities,” said Kevin Kelley, executive vice president, United Properties.
Brue Baukol Capital Partners, a real estate investment firm with more than $400 million in assets developed or under management, have partnered with United Properties’ for the development. In addition to Interpark, the firm’s current holdings include the 13-acre RiNo development Denargo Market, a 37-acre mixed-use development at I-25 and Dry Creek known as The Jones District and
a 63-acre mixed-use development near DIA.
“We are very excited about the northwest corridor and about working with United Properties on such a quality asset,” said Jordan Swish, vice president, Brue Baukol Capital Partners.
The remaining 52,982 square feet at Interpark’s Building I is available for lease and divisible down to approximately 18,000 square feet. The second building to the west will offer an additional 107,455 square feet of flex/industrial space that could house up to four users. That is scheduled for delivery July 2018.
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