13575 E. 37th Avenue, Aurora is currently under construction delivering Q2 2020 and is a unique modern industrial building that is divisible for multiple sized tenants offering outside storage yards and rare M-3 zoning. It is within close proximity to an abundant workforce and public transportation options. The property is minutes from Downtown Denver, Denver International Airport (DEN), and the north and south suburbs. It also has direct access to I-70 and I-225 with great interstate visibility.
• Building size: 142,760 SF Yard size: 5+ Acres
• Building divisible to 20,000 SF Energy efficient building features and design
• Offices-to-suit Column spacing: 52' x 50'
• Yard divisible to 1.00 acre 60' Speed bay
• 14 (9' x 10') dock-high doors 131 auto stalls
• 18 (13' x 14') drive-in doors
(Expandable to (4) 23' x 16' doors
) • 32' minimum clear height
• Electrical power: 3,000 A, 277/480V, 3-phase
• Pre-engineered knock-outs for additional loading doors
• Not located within a special improvement district resulting in lower property taxes
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13575 E. 37TH AVENUE
Aurora, Colorado 80011
Parking Information: All parking is on-site and free
It is no secret that industrial is HOT. While other major western markets like Los Angeles and San Francisco are seeing the same demand, they are running out of available land. This makes Denver's growing metropolis a prime target for end users and investors alike.
You can see this in the numbers. The market boasts a pipeline of 4.8M SF under construction, of which 23% is build-to-suit and 77% being speculative development. Leasing is also strong, with Denver boasting a 8.5% rent increase in NNN leases year-over-year.
As Denver's economy continues to strengthen, adding 47,000 jobs year-over-year, the fundamentals seem to predict a strong future for Denver's industrial market. However, with whispers of a market correction, can the region withstand a shake? Demand for industrial is high, but is it great enough to meet the massive amount of supply in the pipeline?
Join the region's top thought leaders as we explore these topics and more as we dive deep into Denver's Industrial sector.
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