Arista 36, a 359,800-square-foot, Class A industrial park in Broomfield, Colorado. The project is currently under construction, delivery is anticipated in early 2025. The three-building project is situated on a 29.24-acre site in the highly sought-after Northwest submarket. It will feature 48 electric vehicle charging stations, two tenant community gathering spaces with shade elements and plenty of seating, walking and bike trail tie-ins, and enclosed bike racks for bike-to-work capability.
Building One at 11250 Wadsworth Parkway will offer 133,600 square feet with 36 dock-high doors and four drive-in doors. Building Two at 11230 Wadsworth Parkway will feature 150,600 square feet with 42 dock-high doors and four drive-in doors. The two warehouses will share a 185-foot truck court. Building Three at 11210 Wadsworth Parkway will have 75,600 square feet with 26 dock-high doors, four drive-in doors, and a 130-foot securable truck court. Each of the three buildings with 28-foot clear heights will be equipped to accommodate a variety of uses including manufacturing, assembly, distribution, aerospace, biomedical, showroom, research and development, and life sciences.
Arista 36 is conveniently adjacent to Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport and surrounded by world-class brands including Ball Corp, Honeywell, Google, Lockheed Martin, Vail Resorts, Cisco, Sierra Nevada/Sierra Space, Oracle, Anthem, and Century Link. The industrial park offers immediate access to the U.S. Route 36 Corridor–a key connection between Boulder and the Denver Metro area. Its proximity to E-470/Northwest Parkway and Interstate 25 ensures convenient access to all major transportation routes serving the Denver Metro area including Denver International Airport.