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Swisslog Makes Move To Interpark

United Properties is creating an amenity-driven, pedestrian-friendly environment at Interpark.

Swisslog has moved into 80K SF of the newly completed Interpark Building I in Broomfield.

The 133,122 SF industrial/flex building at 11325 Main St. is part of United Properties’ first development in the northwest corridor and the new headquarters of healthcare automation company Swisslog.

“Interpark stands out because of United Properties’ dedication to making it an amenity-driven, pedestrian friendly environment, something not often seen in developments driven by industrial/flex space,” CBRE Vice President Jeremy Kroner said in a statement. “Swisslog and future tenants are also poised to benefit from the strategic location midway between Boulder and Denver, offering access to two well-educated and highly skilled labor pools.”'

Kroner and Frank Kelly are marketing the property.

Swisslog designs and develops automation solutions for hospitals, warehouses and distribution centers. The company relocated its headquarters and 200 employees from northeast Denver to Interpark, where it operates a production plant and Automation Academy and Technology Showroom used for training and showcasing its transport and pharmacy automation solutions for hospitals.

Just off U.S. 36 in Broomfield, Interpark has two industrial/flex buildings totaling 240,577 SF and 7 acres of walkable service and retail amenities. Retailers include a 7-Eleven and Ronny’s Car Wash. Negotiations are underway with additional tenants for the remaining retail pads. United Properties designed the site to be pedestrian-friendly with lit intersections along both Main Street and 112th Avenue. Walking paths are incorporated into the green space that borders the development and a new foot bridge near the north end of the property will provide access to the town of Broomfield's ballfields and public recreational area. The development is near 1stBank Center, the Arista apartment development, the Westin Hotel and The Shops at Walnut Creek.

“Swisslog was attracted to Interpark because we developed a Class-A flex building in a location easily accessible for their employees with nearby walkable retail amenities,” United Properties Executive Vice President Kevin Kelly said.