DENVER — Bradbury Properties and Confluent Development have broken ground on three additional buildings at HighField Business Park, an industrial park located at the intersection of E-470 and Peoria Street southeast of Centennial Airport in metro Denver. Upon completion, the three projects will bring the 100-acre near to full build-out, spanning approximately 10 years and totaling 1.25 million square feet of industrial space. Only 12 acres on the park’s north end will remain undeveloped.
The new buildings include a 202,000-square-foot, single-story facility, slated for completion in second-quarter 2020; and 160,000-square-foot and 130,000-square-foot speculative buildings, slated for completion in first-quarter 2020. Brinkman Construction and Ware Malcomb are serving as general contractor and architect, respectively, for the FedEx property. Murray & Stafford and Intergroup Architects comprise the project team for the spec buildings. The spec facilities will feature front-park, rear-load design with shared truck courts.
HighField Business Park currently features 750,000 square feet of fully leased industrial space. Upon completion of this phase of development, the park will consist of six buildings totaling 800,000 square feet of space. Current tenants at the park include Charter Communications, Gateway Classic Cars, EdgeConneX, Linn Star Transfer and Liteye Systems.
Jim Bolt of CBRE leads the firm’s team that serves as leasing broker for the business park.