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Monthly Archives: August 2019

Etkin Johnson Leases Spec Industrial/Flex Building at CTC to Market Leading CBD Company

As Seen On, August 8, 2019

Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners announced today that the firm has secured a long-term lease with Boulder-based Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc., the market leader in the production and distribution of innovative hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) wellness products. The 136,610-square-foot speculative industrial/flex building is located at 700 Tech Court in the Colorado Technology Center (CTC) in Louisville.

700 Tech Court, Louisville

“Charlotte’s Web is a pioneer, not only because of the innovative products they manufacture and sell, but because of their extensive research and development into the cultivation and processing of industrial hemp for CBD extracts,” said Ryan Good, partner at Etkin Johnson. “We are in the midst of a game-changing moment for companies in the CBD space, and we’re proud to be a part of it with Charlotte’s Web. We look forward to supporting the company’s continued growth in Boulder County.”

Through its vertically integrated business model, Charlotte’s Web strives to improve lives, providing stringent product quality, efficacy and consistency. The company is in a period of rapid growth and along with distribution and R&D, the large cGMP grade building at 700 Tech Court will encompass the company’s new manufacturing operations, initially adding more than three times the capacity of its current operations. The lease agreement includes further expansion options into adjacent buildings (to be constructed) as necessary to accommodate the company’s future growth.

”We are grateful to the Etkin Johnson team for their quick and efficient assistance in locking down this outstanding facility in Louisville,” said Stephen Lermer, chief operating officer of Charlotte’s Web Holdings, Inc. “Louisville is a prime location for us midway between Boulder and Denver where we have and source top employee talent. We look forward to contributing to the growth, economy and families of Louisville as we continue to grow.”

Dawn McCombs and Justin Rayburn from Avison Young represented Charlotte’s Web in the transaction.

With 700 Tech Court fully leased, Etkin Johnson recently broke ground on 600 Tech Court, the second building of the three-building Louisville Corporate Campus. Expected to deliver during Q1 2020, this 113,288-square-foot industrial/flex building will feature 24-foot ceilings, ample natural light from 10-foot window bands wrapping three sides of the building, overhead glass doors to create indoor/outdoor workspaces, multiple loading capabilities and an energy-efficient design.

Etkin Johnson currently owns more than 3 million square feet of industrial and office property, along with hospitality and multifamily assets along the Front Range.

Conga Leases Half of Brand New Atria Complex in Broomfield for HQ

As Seen On CoStar, July 11, 2018

Fast-Growing Tech Company Takes Down North Building in Etkin Johnson Project

Conga will expand its headquarters with a new lease at Atria, a recently completed office property at 13699 Via Varra Road in Broomfield, CO.

The tech company makes tools that help companies interact with Salesforce, the customer relationship management platform based out of San Francisco. Fast-growing Conga will relocate from its current headquarters, a 30,000-square-foot space at 390 Interlocken in Broomfield, in March 2019.


In May, Conga announced that it had raised an additional $47 million in new funding from venture capital investors for a total of $117 million in recent years.

Conga’s lease encompasses the entire north building at the Atria development, totaling 88,293 square feet. Tenant improvements including a cafeteria and state-of-the-art office space will take place to make way for Conga, the first tenant to sign on at the project.

Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners developed the 176,586-square-foot Atria on 15 acres. Atria also includes a second building identical to the one Conga leased. That project was built on a speculative basis beginning at the end of 2016.

Etkin Johnson develops and owns properties all over the Denver area, but has a concentration of new development projects in the northwest part of the metro, including flex industrial buildings in the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville and a Hyatt Place Hotel in Westminster.

‘We’ve been developing the northwest corridor for nearly 30 years, paying close attention to what leading companies like Conga are looking for,” said Ryan Good, partner at Etkin Johnson. “We’re continuing to provide a highly sought-after product that meets the demands of an ever-evolving market.”