DENVER — Brookfield Properties has broken ground for the development of Central Park Logistics Center, an industrial project located at 9300 and 9400 E. 46th Place in Denver.
Slated for delivery in spring 2022, Central Park Logistics Center will feature two buildings offering a total of 695,899 square feet of last-mile warehouse and industrial space. The buildings will feature 32-foot and 36-foot clear heights, cross-dock and front-park/rear-load designs, TPO cool roofs, clerestory windows, ESFR sprinkler systems, modern truck courts with ample car and trailer parking, and speculative office space completed with core and shell construction.
Building 1, which will be located at 9300 E. 46th Place, will total 201,501 square feet, divisible down to 35,000 square feet. Building 2, located at 9400 E. 46th Place, will total 494,398 square feet, divisible down to 75,000 square feet.
Ware Malcomb is serving as project architect and Brinkman Construction is the general contractor. Mike Wafer and Mike Wafer Jr. of Newmark are exclusive leasing agents for the project.