York Street Yards Caps 2023 with 13 Additions to its Growing Community 

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York Street Yards, a flexible mixed-use industrial and commercial campus in Denver, announced the addition of 13 new tenants to its vibrant community in 2023 – reflecting the campus’ focus on innovation, entrepreneurship and community in the heart of Denver. 

“As we close out 2023, we couldn’t be more excited about the blend of new and expanding businesses choosing to call York Street Yards home,” said Rebecca Arnold, senior vice president at ScanlanKemperBard, an Arizona-based real estate investor, operator and developer specializing in urban industrial and suburban mixed-use commercial properties. “The mix of tenants we’re curating here exemplifies our commitment to fostering a collaborative environment where a variety of industries can intersect and grow.”  

The most recent tenant to join the mixed-use industrial campus is Beat The Bomb, a social entertainment company with locations in Brooklyn, Atlanta and Washington, D.C., that offers interactive group experiences through its high-tech digital rooms, multiplayer games and special effects endings. The Denver location at York Street Yards will include a full-service “Bomb Bar” and represents the company’s first expansion to the western portion of the United States.  

“As pioneers of interactive social video gaming, innovation and collaboration is at the core of what we do,” said Tiffer Valente, chief operating officer at Beat The Bomb. “The vision and vibrancy of York Street Yards perfectly align with our brand ethos, making it the ideal community for our Denver location, where we hope to redefine group entertainment in the Mile High City.”  

An award-winning historic adaptive reuse project just north of downtown Denver, York Street Yards offers nearly 500,000 square feet of space and suites ranging from 2,500 square feet to more than 30,000 square feet. Tenants at York Street Yards can leverage that flexibility to scale their operations and accommodate a variety of uses – from light industrial to creative office to food and beverage.  

The full roster of new and expanding tenants: Adults & CraftsBeat The Bomb, Elemental Bakery & Cafe, Enayat Schneider Smith Engineering, Karman + , Liberty Sport Glasses, Maybell Quantum, Northwestern Mutual, Out & Back Outdoor, Rivian, Skiptown, Valmont Solar, WAVI.

In addition to welcoming new tenants this year, several current tenants, including local crafting company Adults & Crafts and renowned pioneers of electric adventure vehicles Rivian, are spearheading expansion plans within the campus, totaling 32,000 square feet – a testament to the development’s thriving retail and business ecosystem. 

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