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Monthly Archives: October 2017

Denver’s Etkin Johnson to build 3-building industrial campus in Louisville

As Seen In The Denver Business Journal – October 5, 2017

The lease-up of 633 CTC Boulevard triggered the development of a 400,000-square-foot industrial campus in Louisville’s Colorado Technology Center.

Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners will break ground on a 400,000-square-foot, three-building industrial campus in Louisville following the lease-up of another of its industrial projects.

Both projects are located in Louisville’s Colorado Technology Center, located roughly near the intersection of Northwest Parkway and 104th Street.

“Now that 633 CTC Boulevard is fully leased, we’re starting construction on a brand new spec campus in the Colorado Technology Center with state-of-the-art technology and amenities,” said Ryan Good, executive vice president and partner at Etkin Johnson.

The 400,000-square-foot Louisville Corporate Campus at CTC will be built on a 33-acre parcel purchased by Etkin Johnson earlier this year.

Louisville Corporate Campus’s construction was triggered by the the lease-up of 633 CTC Boulevard, a 153,018-square-foot project that wrapped up construction last month. The leases bring that building to full occupancy.

The Keystone Group, which specializes in LED safety flares, work lights and sun shades, will move into its 52,336 square feet in January, while Molecular Products, which designs and manufactures safety equipment for working with breathable gases will move into 63,030 square feet in April after completing tenant finish.

Wild Goose Canning, which serves the craft beer, wine and spirits industries, as well as coffee and juice makers, will move into 37,652 square feet in January.

ULI Foundation Governor Bruce Etkin Expands Student Scholars Program beyond ULI Colorado

As Seen In The ULI Foundation Fall 2017 Newsletter

Bruce Etkin

ULI Foundation Governor Bruce Etkin has pledged $100,000 to expand the Etkin Johnson Student Scholarship Program, which began at ULI Colorado to support undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Colorado as they launch their careers in real estate and other land use professions. The funding will be competitively awarded over two years to district councils to support student memberships, networking and mentorship activities, and involvement with ULI at the local level.

“The $70 or so fee to attend a district council event might not seem expensive, but many students simply can’t afford it,” Etkin says. “Building your professional network through ULI is an essential building block early on in your career, and it was important to me to expand this program so that more deserving students benefit from the important skills and connections that a ULI membership brings with it.”

For the 2017-2018 academic year, ten councils applied to participate, and four were selected to recruit and support ten Etkin Johnson student scholars each: ULI Baltimore, ULI Kansas City, ULI North Florida, and ULI Philadelphia. ULI Colorado will also continue to receive funding for its program.

ULI Colorado’s model for the program will be replicated in these other locations, with an emphasis on encouraging student members to participate in district council events, programs, and Young Leaders Group; establish connections with mentors among local ULI Key Leaders; and gain valuable leadership and networking skills. One of Etkin’s goals is to have the scholarship program permanently endowed in these new locations by additional benefactors.

Etkin, also a ULI governing trustee, has been an active ULI member since 1979. He is a former ULI Foundation board member and has served on several ULI product councils. He is chairman of Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, a privately owned commercial real estate investment and development company based in Colorado.