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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.

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.”

Denver developer breaks ground on Broomfield office project

As Seen In The Denver Business Journal – December 1, 2016

Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners is developing a 173,380-square-foot office project in Broomfield.

Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners Wednesday broke ground on a $40 million speculative office project in Broomfield called Atria.

Atria will encompass 173,380 square feet on 15.46 acres at 13699 and 13601 Via Varra Road. Completion is expected in the first quarter of 2018.

The project includes two identical buildings at 86,690 square feet each with flexible floor plans, natural light and roll-up garage doors. The project was designed by Ware Malcomb Architects.

“Today’s office tenants have different needs and preferences in terms of what they expect from the workplace – from supporting different mobility options to providing amenities that foster employee well-being,” said Ryan Good, executive vice president and partner at Etkin Johnson.

Etkin Johnson has been busy in recent years, building a number of industrial buildings in the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville and planning a three-phase mixed-use development on 77 acres in Colorado Springs.

Atria campus represents new generation of office product

As Seen In The Colorado Real Estate Journal – April 1-April 14, 2015


Natural light will be a hallmark of the Atria office development in Broomfield

A Class A office campus for a new generation of office tenants is coming to a 15.46-acre site along the Northwest Parkway in Broomfield.

Atria at Broomfield Corporate Center will promote a work-life balance with 176,588 square feet of office space immersed in natural light, “spectacular” Flatirons views, common outdoor work areas, and access to hiking and biking trails.

The two 88,294-square-foot buildings, each with atria, or atriums, on either side, will be wrapped on three sides with 12-foot floor-to-ceiling glass. Rollup glass garage doors and a garden-style courtyard will enhance the indoor-outdoor work environment.

“It’s a product that no one else has delivered in the marketplace,” said Ryan Good, executive vice president and partner at Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners, which is developing the office campus. The single-story buildings will offer cost-effective space with high-efficiency HVAC, skylights and exterior LED lighting.

Construction is slated to begin in November.

“We are creating a product that a new generation of tenants wants,” said Good. Atria will feature open floor plans with exposed, 18-foot ceilings. There is a focus on natural light to maximize employee productivity and reduce energy consumption.

Amenities including open space, trails, housing and a hotel surround the high-visibility site, which will have signage on the Northwest Parkway. The parking ratio is 4.1 spaces per 1,000 sf.

Atria was designed by Ware Malcomb Architects. Delivery is expected in third-quarter 2016.

Etkin Johnson’s Broomfield Corporate Center is a 74.31-acre master-planned development with a mix of apartments, office and industrial and retail space.

A commercial real estate development, investment, ownership and management company, Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners owns a portfolio of more than 5 million sf of office, retail, hotel and industrial properties worth more than $500 million.

Editor’s note: ATRIA square footage has been updated to reflect current offering.