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

As Seen On MileHighCRE.com, 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.

New Industrial Project to Help Meet Demand in Southeast Denver

As Seen On CoStar.com, March 21, 2019

Etkin Johnson Buys 28 Acres in Centennial for 334,000-SF Industrial and Flex Campus

Etkin Johnson plans to develop 28 acres in Arapahoe County.

More industrial real estate is coming to the growing Centennial area outside Denver.

Local investor and developer Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners said it has purchased 28 acres for a new industrial development in the area. The sale comes on the heels of developer United Properties’ announcement this month that it plans to build in the area, too.

Etkin Johnson continued its recent spate of activity by acquiring for an undisclosed price a piece of land at the southwest corner of South Chambers Road and Compark Boulevard in the Compark Business Campus in Arapahoe County for the construction of Edge 470, a 334,000-square-foot industrial and flex campus that it plans to develop in two phases.

The first phase is planned to include 80,000 square feet and is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2020.

United Properties said earlier this month that it has also purchased land in the area to develop at least 225,000 square feet of industrial real estate.

The area is home to about 4.5 percent of the overall industrial inventory in the Denver area with 10.8 million square feet, according to CoStar. But with a growing population of employees working in nearby offices and residents in new apartment complexes, the need for industrial space has also increased.

The demand keeps industrial rents in the Centennial area about 24 percent higher than the overall market average at $12.16 per square foot annually, according to CoStar data.

“With its increased demand and sustained growth, the southeast office/industrial market has been on Etkin Johnson’s radar for quite some time,” said Derek Conn, partner at Etkin Johnson, in a statement. “Similar to what we’ve developed along the northwest corridor, our vision for Edge 470 is to create a forward-thinking offering for high-caliber companies looking to grow within metro Denver. This business park is poised to support the recent and continuing population and employment growth in the surrounding area.”

In the northwest corner of the Denver area, Etkin Johnson has developed tens of thousands of square feet of industrial real estate in its Colorado Technology Center. The buildings there cater to industrial users, such as aerospace companies, that are focused on more high tech than those companies that lease space to the east of Denver near Denver International Airport.

Etkin Johnson has completed two large sales so far this year that have positioned it for new investment. The first was a record-setting industrial portfolio sale in which the company sold 1.95 million square feet of real estate across the Front Range for $248 million, and the second occurred when the company sold 58 acres of land in northern Colorado Springs to Centura Health for a new health care facility.

Etkin Johnson sells 57.8 acres to Centura Health for $30M

As Seen In The Colorado Springs Business Journal, February 14, 2019

Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, a privately owned commercial real estate investment and development company based in Colorado, announced the firm sold a 57.813-acre parcel to Centura Health for $30 million.

“Located at the intersection of I-25 and InterQuest Parkway, the parcel is slated for a third hospital campus for Centura Health’s Penrose-St. Francis Health Services, a full-service, 522-bed acute care facility in Colorado Springs, which includes Penrose Hospital and St. Francis Medical Center,” according to a news release issued by Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners.

“Northern Colorado Springs is quickly becoming a leading economic engine, paving a clear path of growth for the city,” said Etkin Johnson partner Ryan Good in the release. “This highly visible site will allow Centura Health to better serve Coloradoans, while also providing their doctors, nurses and staff with multiple options for housing nearby. We plan to reinvest the capital into future developments and acquisitions that are currently in the works.”

Etkin Johnson purchased the site as part of a 77-acre parcel in 2016. The site’s location, just east of the U.S. Air Force Academy, “offers unobstructed views of nearby Pikes Peak and easy access to several new multifamily, office, hotel and retail developments in the area,” according to the release. “In 2017, Colorado Springs’ economic growth hit a seven-year high, leading to a surge of new businesses and residents, particularly millennials. Colorado Springs currently ranks sixth in the country for highest share of millennials overall, at 26.4 percent.”

In 2018, Etkin Johnson broke ground on FalconView, a 288-unit luxury apartment community immediately adjacent to the site.

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. For more information about Etkin Johnson and its holdings, visit etkinjohnson.com.

Exclusive: Shoe giant Crocs relocating global HQ after more than a decade in Colorado’s Niwot

As Seen In The Denver Business Journal, February 5, 2019

ATRIA’s south building, and new Crocs headquarters.

After more than a decade in Niwot, shoemaker Crocs Inc. will be relocating its corporate headquarters to Broomfield in 2020.

“Our business is strong and we continue to explore ways to meet the needs of our employees while investing in our future,” Andrew Rees, president and CEO of Crocs (Nasdaq: CROX), said in a statement provided by the company. “This is an exciting time to be at Crocs, and just like our iconic product, this best-in-class new headquarters will help our employees be comfortable in their own shoes.”

Crocs has occupied its current 98,000 square-foot headquarters at 7477 East Dry Creek Parkway in Niwot since at least 2004. The company’s new 88,000-square-foot headquarters will be just 13 miles away at 13699 Via Varra Road in Broomfield.

Shannon Sisler, Crocs’ senior vice president of global human resources, told Denver Business Journal that the company could not discuss the financial details of the company’s move due to the current earnings quiet period, but confirmed that economic incentives from the state of Colorado and the city of Broomfield played a role in Crocs’ move.

“It was just one piece of the puzzle,” she said.

In January, Colorado Economic Development Commission member approved $606,272 in job-growth incentive tax credits for “Project Playa,” an unidentified company believed to be Crocs, according to previous Denver Business Journal reporting. OEDIT leaders told Denver Business Journal that the company’s senior-leadership structure is spread out geographically, leading it to also consider Boston and Dayton for expansion. Crocs’ CEO lives in Boston.

Sisler confirmed that Crocs considered moving its headquarters to another state.

“We looked at all of our options and we decided Colorado was the best option,” Sisler said.

Sean Gould, OEDIT deputy director of business funding and incentives, previously said it was important to nab the Project Playa expansion because it gives Colorado an opportunity to invest in a hometown company that is on the rebound.

Colorado Industrial Portfolio Trades for $248M

As Seen In GlobeSt.com, January 28, 2019

Broadway Business Center, one of 19-properties in the Colorado Industrial Portfolio, sold by Etkin Johnson to Berkeley Partners.

DENVER—Locally-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners has sold a 1.95-million-square-foot industrial portfolio in Colorado for $247.5 million to Berkeley Partners, which is headquartered in San Francisco.

The deal marks Berkeley Partners’ first acquisition in the Colorado market. Berkeley Partners’ industrial platform currently has assets under management totaling more than $625 million.

Etkin Johnson acquired the 19 properties, which range in size from 26,078 square feet to 293,510 square feet, between 1990 and 1998. The portfolio was 93% leased at the time of the sale. Jim Bolt, Jeremy Ballenger, Tyler Carner and Mike Winn of CBRE represented Etkin Johnson in the transaction.

“Bruce Etkin and David Johnson’s visionary assemblage of this portfolio nearly 30 years ago has led to phenomenal success for Etkin Johnson and its investors,” said Derek Conn, principal at Etkin Johnson. He later added, “This sale allows us to return a significant profit to our investors, and position Etkin Johnson for the next 30 years as we continue diversifying our portfolio.”

The portfolio includes properties in Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Westminster, Thornton, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Golden, Lakewood, Englewood and Centennial.

“Berkeley Partners is excited to be completing this acquisition with Etkin Johnson,” said Matt Novak, a partner at Berkeley Partners. “This was a very well-constructed portfolio of infill industrial. The Denver metro has been experiencing rapid growth, driving demand for industrial. This acquisition provides us a critical mass of properties in the market, and our goal is to hold these assets for 10 to 20-plus years, benefiting from the favorable long-term industrial supply/demand fundamentals.”

In June of last year, Berkeley Partners made headlines with its sale of an 11-property industrial portfolio in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Atlanta MSAS to a partnership led by Circle Industrial with the FREO Group in a deal reportedly valued at approximately $99.4 million.

Since 1989, Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners has developed and acquired nearly 90 high-quality properties across Colorado’s Front Range, totaling more than 7.5 million square feet. Currently, its portfolio comprises office/flex, industrial, hospitality and multifamily holdings, totaling more than 3 million square feet of space.

Press Release: Etkin Johnson Closes Largest Industrial Portfolio Sale Ever in Colorado

1.95 M SF Portfolio Sells to Berkeley Partners for $247.5M

Broadway Business Center, one of 19-properties in the Colorado Industrial Portfolio sold to Berkeley Partners.

DENVER (Jan. 28, 2019) – Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, a full-service, privately owned commercial real estate investment and development company based in Colorado, sold its 1.95-million-square-foot Colorado Industrial Portfolio (CIP) to Berkeley Partners for $247.5 million. The sale marks Berkeley Partners’ first acquisition in the Colorado Market. Jim Bolt, Jeremy Ballenger, Tyler Carner and Mike Winn of CBRE represented Etkin Johnson in the transaction.

“Bruce Etkin and David Johnson’s visionary assemblage of this portfolio nearly 30 years ago has led to phenomenal success for Etkin Johnson and its investors,” said Derek Conn, Principal at Etkin Johnson. “Since then, we’ve remained committed to superior management and maintenance, providing exceptional workplaces for our tenants while maximizing stakeholder value. This sale allows us to return a significant profit to our investors, and position Etkin Johnson for the next 30 years as we continue diversifying our portfolio.”

Etkin Johnson acquired the 19 properties, which range in size from 26,078 square feet to 293,510 square feet, between 1990 and 1998. The portfolio was 93 percent leased at the time of the sale.

“Berkeley Partners is excited to be completing this acquisition with Etkin Johnson,” said Matt Novak, a Partner at Berkeley Partners. “This was a very well-constructed portfolio of infill industrial. The Denver metro has been experiencing rapid growth, driving demand for industrial. This acquisition provides us a critical mass of properties in the market, and our goal is to hold these assets for 10 to 20-plus years, benefiting from the favorable long-term industrial supply/demand fundamentals.”

CIP properties include:

  • Spine Road Business Center, 6325 Spine Rd., Boulder, CO 80301
  • Walnut Business Center, 4725 Walnut St., Boulder, CO 80301
  • Business Center at Westminster, 6020-6494 W. 91st Ave., Westminster, CO 80031
  • Broadway Business Center, 7000 N. Broadway, Denver, CO 80221
  • L&K Business Center, 10790 W. 50th Ave., Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
  • West I-70 Business Center, 4935 & 4941 Allison, 8041 and 8141 W. I-70 Frontage Rd., Arvada, CO 80002
  • North Washington Business Center, 6200-6300 N. Washington St., Denver, CO 80216
  • Joliet Business Center, 5175 Joliet St., Denver, CO 80239
  • Nome Service Center, 4920-5060 Nome Street, Denver, CO 80239
  • Moncrieff Business Center, 14603 East Moncrieff Place, Aurora, CO 80011
  • 6&40 Business Center, 400-525 Violet St., Golden, CO 80401
  • Academy Downs Business Center, 6900 and 6900-6950 W. Jefferson Ave., Lakewood, CO 80235
  • Peakview Business Center, 10949 E. Peakview Ave., Englewood, CO 80111
  • Lincoln Executive Business Center, 11211 E. Arapahoe Rd., Centennial, CO 80112
  • Inverness Business Center South, 355-361 Inverness Dr. South, Englewood, CO 80112
  • Centennial Business Center, 4815 List Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80919
  • Centennial Research Center, 5001-5025 Centennial Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80919
  • Washington Place Business Center, 12421 Washington Street, Thornton, CO 80241
  • Waynoka Business Center, 2460 Waynoka Pl., Colorado Springs, CO 80915

“This sale represented a unique opportunity to own a critical mass of infill industrial in Colorado’s growing Front Range markets,” said Jeremy Ballenger, Senior Vice President with CBRE. “The attractive tenant mix and well-maintained properties affords Berkeley a great path forward as one of the largest industrial owners in Colorado.”

For more information about Etkin Johnson’s 30-year history and current holdings, visit etkinjohnson.com.

About Etkin Johnson

Since the company’s founding in 1989, Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners has built an extensive real estate portfolio of income-producing properties with favorable appreciation potential. In total, we have developed and acquired nearly 90 high-quality properties across Colorado’s Front Range, totaling over 7.5 million square feet. Currently, our portfolio comprises office/flex, industrial, hospitality and multifamily holdings, totaling more than 3 million square feet. For more information, please visit etkinjohnson.com.

About Berkeley Partners

Founded in 2005, Berkeley Partners has formed a series of funds focused on the light industrial sector.  Berkeley Partners includes a seasoned team of professionals with diversified experience in fund management, real estate investment, and property and leasing management. The company and its affiliated entities make-up a vertically integrated real estate operating company, which has demonstrated an ability to manage investments, operations and dispositions through market cycles. Berkeley Partners’ industrial platform currently has assets under management totaling over $625 million, including value-add and core-plus strategies.  The company’s investors include large pension plans, insurance companies, endowments, foundations and family offices.

Exclusive: Denver’s Etkin Johnson to Sell Colorado Industrial Portfolio

As Seen On CoStar.com, August 29, 2018

The Transaction May Be the Largest Colorado Industrial Sale Based on Recent Deals

Denver-based Etkin Johnson is listing for sale a 19-building industrial portfolio totaling 1.95 million square feet spread across Colorado’s Front Range.

Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners said it plans to sell a 1.95 million-square-foot collection of industrial properties it hopes will become the largest industrial transaction in Colorado history based on recent sales amid record construction demand.

Known as the Colorado Industrial Portfolio, the 19 properties are spread across the Front Range from Colorado Springs to Boulder. The portfolio, which Etkin Johnson began acquiring 30 years ago, offers a chunk of industrial real estate that dwarfs those typically sold in Colorado, where large-scale industrial owners are generally long-term holders.

Etkin Johnson Partner and Executive Vice President Derek Conn said he plans to list the portfolio for sale next month. He expects that the portfolio’s purchase price as well as its square footage will make it the largest industrial deal ever to transact in Colorado if a sale is successful.

Industrial real estate has long been Etkin Johnson’s focus, but the development and management company decided to divest the portfolio after being inspired by the record sale prices of other recent large industrial portfolio trades.

“We still love industrial,” Conn said. “We can take this capital and turn it into development and acquisition strategies. It’s not a winding down, but a ramping up. We want to set ourselves up for the next 30 years.”

The Denver area’s industrial market has been on a hot streak for years now. Average rents vaulted to the $9 per-square-foot threshold in the first quarter of 2017 and are climbing, according to CoStar data. Increased demand from major distributors and the rise of e-commerce have pushed levels of new construction to record highs. All of these factors have also motivated property owners to sell, brokers said.

The Colorado Industrial Portfolio is 93 percent leased to a diverse array of tenants, according to marketing materials.

If the company is successful in selling the Colorado Industrial Portfolio, it will still own 1.87 million square feet of industrial space, including properties it has built in its Colorado Technology Center in Louisville, Colorado.

In addition, the company has office and hotel holdings, and is building an apartment complex in north Colorado Springs, the first phase of a 77-acre mixed-use development.

In April, Denver’s Pauls Corp. sold its Gateway Park portfolio in a record-setting transaction. New York-based Clarion Partners purchased the portfolio that included 3.75 million square feet nationwide, of which 1.93 million are located in Colorado, for $206 million.

CBRE Group Inc. Executive Vice President Jim Bolt, who specializes in industrial real estate and represented Pauls Corp. in the deal, told CoStar News at the time that the transaction had attracted an unprecedented level of interest and would reset pricing expectations in the market. Bolt and others on CBRE’s industrial institutional services team will also list the Colorado Industrial Portfolio on behalf of Etkin Johnson on Sept. 5.

Soon after the Gateway Park transaction, a brand-new, 421,000-square-foot industrial park known as Hub 25 sold for $74 million, or about $176 per square foot, compared with a market average of $157 per square foot, according to CoStar data.

Sales like these made the team at Etkin Johnson think about selling some of their older industrial holdings in order to set up a supply of capital that can finance the company’s new projects going forward, Conn said.

Etkin Johnson has $140 million worth of projects under construction right now, but it is looking for the next big tracts of land in Colorado where it can develop, he added.

The company is opportunistic in its development strategy, Conn said, choosing not to pigeonhole itself in any one project type or geographic area in the state. The company is, however, unlikely to develop outside of Colorado in the near future, he said.

Etkin Johnson, which was founded nearly 30 years ago by Bruce Etkin and David Johnson in Denver, also has a property management arm that Conn said will help smooth out any ownership transition.

 

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.

ATRIA

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.”

Etkin Johnson Welcomes Two New Tenants to Enterprise Park in Stapleton

As Seen In Mile High CRE, June 13, 2018

Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners recently secured two new, strong-credit tenants for its Enterprise Park at Stapleton, with long-term leases on two industrial/flex buildings totaling more than 320,000 square feet. Pinnacle Architectural Lighting, Inc. is scheduled to move into a 172,627-square-foot building located at 3801 N. Havana St. in Q3 2018. Floor & Decor Outlets of America will move into a 148,902-square-foot building located at 10075 E. 40th Ave. later this month.

“We developed Enterprise Park because of its potential to attract top companies like Pinnacle and Floor & Decor, who are supporting the long-term economic vitality of the area,” said Ryan Good, partner at Etkin Johnson. “Stapleton has grown into one of the most desirable places to live, work and play in the Denver metro area, offering unparalleled connectivity and accessibility to I-70 and surrounding amenities.”

In 2016, the buildings’ former tenant, SMA America Production LLC, notified Etkin Johnson it would be closing its Colorado operations to move jobs back to its home country, Germany.

“Having built a strong relationship with SMA during their time as our tenant, we understood the company’s decision to move jobs back ‘home’,” added Good. “We negotiated a buyout and strategically sought companies looking for long-term leases that would bring even more jobs to the area. Together, Pinnacle and Floor & Decor represent more than 500 jobs between these buildings.”

Pinnacle is relocating and expanding its operations from an 80,000-square-foot building in Stapleton. Floor & Decor is new to the Stapleton market, with three other locations in the Denver metro area.

Enterprise Park comprises three buildings totaling 461,224 square feet and has received multiple accolades since its development in 2011, including Metro Denver Economic Development Council’s Deal of the Year and ENR Mountain States’ Outstanding Industrial Project (Silver).

The business park features an energy-efficient design, using renewable power generated by wind turbines that offset carbon emission and low-E glass that transmits more than 60 percent of the sun’s natural light while blocking more than 70 percent of its heat. Similarly, the GenFlex cool roof system’s white surface reflects more than seven percent of the sun’s heat away from the buildings, and the energy efficient HVAC systems generate operational cost savings which are passed directly to tenants. Strategically placed skylights further bring daylight in to support optimal performance in the workplace while reducing energy consumption. The outer walls were created from runways recycled from the old Stapleton International Airport, part of one of the nation’s largest recycling projects.

Pinnacle is a Denver-based lighting manufacturer, part of Legrand, North America, committed to providing creative design, quality manufacturing and short lead-times to meet customers’ needs in the lighting and design community. Floor & Decor, founded in 2000, is a leading specialty retailer in the hard surface flooring market, offering a broad in-stock selection of tile, wood, stone, related tools and flooring accessories at low prices.

FalconView: Low-Density Living in Northern Colorado Springs

As Seen In Colorado Construction & Design, June 6, 2018

New thinking is influencing low-density living at FalconView, a Northern Colorado Springs apartment community with initial occupancy slated for May 2019. Located at I-25 and Interquest Parkway, FalconView will incorporate a garden-style concept and just 15.1 dwelling units per acre to create a sense of community. Designed to meet the growing demand for upscale apartments among young professionals working along the I-25 corridor, FalconView will take advantage of the amenity-rich dining, shopping, and entertainment district that has sprung up on the city’s outer edge. 16 buildings will spread across the 19-acre site in low-rise structures connected by garden paths with casual gathering spots. FalconView will boast an open park and play spaces showcasing views of Pikes Peak and the United State Air Force Academy to the west. Key on-site amenities include a clubhouse with a pool and fitness center, yoga studio, dog wash, and outdoor gear repair shop. 288 units will be available from one to three bedrooms, ranging from 701- to 1,843-SF. Nine-foot ceilings, high-end appliances, walk-in closets, and either balcony or patios in every unit elevate the rental experience.

The project iCLUBHOUSE.HDR_sms being developed by Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners with design services led by OZ Architecture. Construction is being managed by Martines Palmeiro Construction, who broke ground in April 2018.