As Seen In The Denver Business Journal – February 2, 2017
Sierra Nevada Corp. Space Systems has leased a 101,000-square-foot industrial building in Louisville’s Colorado Technology Park, developed by Denver-based Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners.
Sierra Nevada Corp. Space Systems is based in Louisville and is busy building NASA’s Dream Chaser, a cargo-hauling spaceship.
The facility is located at 2000 Taylor Ave. and includes several energy-efficient elements such as skylights, exterior LED lighting and a cool roof system that reflects heat away from the building to reduce energy consumption and utility costs. It was completed in late 2016.
With 2000 Taylor Ave. leased, Etkin Johnson is now underway with a fifth building in the Colorado Technology Park, a 153,018-square-foot industrial building located at 633 CTC Boulevard. The company expects to finish the building this summer.
“This project marks the fifth spec space Etkin Johnson has developed in the CTC, and we continue to see significant growth potential in the area,” said Ryan Good executive vice president and partner of Etkin Johnson. “Located just off Highway 36 and the Northwest Parkway, companies are choosing this area for its convenience, active lifestyle and affordability relative to Denver and Boulder.”
Etkin Johnson owns more than 1 million square feet of office and industrial space in the Colorado Technology Center, plus more than 30 acres of land for future build-out.