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California-based family trust pays $8.6M for Interlocken building

As Seen In BizWest – September 18, 2017

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This 65,127-square-foot office/flex building at 295 Interlocken Blvd. in Broomfield has sold for $8.6 million.

BROOMFIELD — Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners has sold an office/flex building at Interlocken in Broomfield for $8.6 million.

California-based Steve and Loretta Scheenstra Trust purchased the property at 295 Interlocken Blvd., in the Interlocken Advanced Technology Environment. NavPoint Real Estate Group, based in Castle Rock, will manage the property moving forward.

Etkin Johnson purchased 295 Interlocken in December 2009 for $6.92 million. Constructed in 1984, the property includes 65,127 square feet of office/flex space and is divided into eight business suites. The property was 92 percent leased at the time of sale.

“This sale is the culmination of a successful investment for Etkin Johnson and its partners, and we are working with NavPoint to ensure a seamless transition for all of our tenants,” said Derek Conn, executive vice president and partner at Etkin Johnson. “We remain very invested in the Northwest Corridor and are looking forward to many continued years of prosperity in the region.”

Since the company’s founding in 1989, Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners has developed and acquired more than 85 properties across Colorado’s Front Range, totaling more 7.5 million square feet. Its current portfolio is made up of office, hotel and industrial holdings, totaling approximately 5 million square feet.

Newmark Knight Frank brokers Riki Hashimoto and Dan Grooters represented Etkin Johnson in the transaction. Matt Call and John Witt from NavPoint represented the Scheenstra Trust.

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.

Etkin Johnson Begins Work On 74-Acre Broomfield Business Center

As Seen In The Denver Post – October 24, 2012

The sleepy bedroom community of Broomfield is being jarred awake by the sound of construction and development, with Etkin Johnson Group the latest to begin work there.

The Retreat At The Flatirons luxury apartments will offer a true resort-style atmosphere with the most sophisticated lifestyle amenities in the market.

The Retreat At The Flatirons luxury apartments will offer a true resort-style atmosphere with the most sophisticated lifestyle amenities in the market.

Etkin Johnson has started the first phase of development of Broomfield Business Center, a 74-acre mixed-use project northeast of FlatIron Crossing mall.

The initial components include a luxury apartment community the 374-unit Retreat at the Flatirons as well as Del Corso Park, a 41/2-acre parcel that will be dedicated to the city of Broomfield.

The $80 million first phase also will see construction of infrastructure for the remaining 51 acres.

“We’ll deliver our first building and be available for leasing in July of next year,” said Aaron Johnson, vice president of investments at Etkin Johnson. “We estimate that overall construction will be a 22-month process.”

Apartment amenities will include a fitness center, saunas, yoga center, Internet cafe, billiard room, 25-meter lap pool, outdoor grilling station, bike repair shop and dog wash facility. Monthly lease rates are expected to range from $1,000 to $2,235.

The remainder of the project will include restaurants, banks, retail, single and multistory office/flex, structured and surface parking and a hotel. It all is projected to be completed in five years. When complete, the community will total more than 1.5 million square feet.

The business center, bounded on the north and west by Northwest Parkway and on the east by Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks, is one of the largest projects Etkin Johnson has ever done.

“Is it outside our core? Maybe,” Johnson said. “We haven’t done anything on this scale. But I think we have a good handle on this market in the northwest corridor. We’re most bullish on this market. We’re heavily invested here.”

Etkin Johnson a Denver-based development, investment, ownership and management company with a portfolio of more than 6 million square feet of office, retail, hotel and industrial holdings nationwide valued in excess of $500 million is constructing a 212-room Marriott Hotel at Church Ranch Corporate Center. It also owns property at Colorado Technology Center in Louisville and at Westmoor Technology Park.

Its venture into Broomfield follows a trend by other developers.

“Broomfield Business Center is another perfect example of foresight by the leaders of Broomfield,” said Tim Wiens, whose Arista development across U.S. 36 is booming. “We’ve worked long and hard, individually and together, to create infrastructure for transit stops and everything Arista is.

“Now, work is happening on the other side of U.S. 36 to continue that. It’s just terrific.”

Broomfield already is home to such corporations as Ball Aerospace, Level 3 Communications, Oracle and Vail Resorts.

“I’ve lived in Broomfield since 1981,” said Broomfield Mayor Pat Quinn. “We were just a bedroom community, but that’s changing.”

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