United Properties Further Expands Its EBC Industrial Space in Stapleton by 466,000 Sq. Ft.
- Aug 13, 2014
By Ioana Neamt, Associate Editor
A few months after United Properties announced the addition of 24 acres to its Enterprise Business Center development in Stapleton, the company is once again expanding its industrial space at the site. According to the Denver Business Journal, the company will expand its existing space by 466,000 square feet, bringing the total EBC development space to 1.2 million square feet.
United Properties purchased 38.2 acres of space from Forest City Stapleton Inc., the master developer for the industrial project, in July 2013. The company broke ground on the first phase of the Enterprise Business Center that same month. According to a news release, the project team for the first phase of the project included architect Ware Malcomb and engineer Jansen Strawn. Denver-based Murray & Stafford was hired as general contractor for this phase.
Phase one of the EBC development project will comprise four Class A industrial buildings with a combined 700,000 square feet upon completion. The second phase of the project includes a 467,000-square-foot bulk cross-dock industrial building.
Located near the southwest corner of Interstate-70 and Havana Street, the Enterprise Business Center features state-of-the-art design, including ESFR sprinkler systems, T-5 lighting, security fencing, 32 feet interior clear height, concrete tilt wall panels and truck parking. The development site is also in close proximity to a variety of shopping, entertainment and hospitality destinations.
The existing space is currently 96 percent occupied, according to the Denver Business Journal. Current tenants include Swire Coca-Cola USA and Tire Rack.
The EBC expansion is expected to be finalized in April 2015.
Renderings courtesy of United Properties