Central Park Business Center Set to Deliver in Q4
Class-A buildings with highway frontage and customer/employee access are rare in Denver, but that is about to change. Central Denver will soon be home to a new business park named Central Park Business Center.
Project partners Confluent Development and Invesco Real Estate recently announced plans to construct the 243,950-square-foot infill industrial campus at the intersection of Interstate 70 and Central Park Boulevard. The project will include two class-A buildings, divisible to approximately 20,000 square feet, with direct interstate visibility.
The park is scheduled to break ground in March and deliver in the fourth quarter of 2021 at 9575 East 40th Ave. Building One will consist of 130,900 square feet, divisible to 22,880 square feet. Building Two will total 113,050 square feet, divisible to 19,760 square feet.
“The site’s visibility has the potential to drive sales growth for future tenants, while its central location will optimize product distribution,” said John Bauknight, senior development director, Confluent Development.
Confluent Development, a Denver-based real estate investment and development firm, serves as the project developer and co-owner alongside Invesco Real Estate. Jim Bolt, Murray Platt and Todd Witty with CBRE’s industrial and logistics practice in Denver have the listing assignment.