Lincoln Properties and FCP, an investment company, will soon start work on a 450,000 square foot life science and technology project. The project, located just outside Denver in Broomfield, will include a variety of lab, research and development and light manufacturing uses.
CoRE, Colorado Research Exchange, will consist of four buildings, three of which will be four to five story tenant buildings. They will range from 110,000 to nearly 200,000 square feet. The fourth property, to be utilized as an amenity center will include a fitness center, locker rooms, a conference center and food market.
Lincoln Properties Scott Caldwell says interested tenants won’t need to make too many improvements before they move in, “Our purpose-built campus will include tenant spaces designed specifically to accommodate lab/life science or tech uses. Companies won’t need to rehabilitate or convert old office or industrial space.” Construction will begin in fall 2022.
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