BRIGHTON — Hyde Development and Mortenson are developing a 1.8 million-square-foot Class A industrial park in Brighton called 76 Commerce Center.
The 122-acre site in Bromley Industrial Park is the largest speculative project in the Denver area, according to a news release.
Real estate can be a force for good, and that’s exactly what real estate developer, Brinkman, is trying to do with their recent achievement of B Corp Certification. After over a year of rigorous testing of their social and environmental practices, Brinkman earned certification last week.
Newmark Knight Frank is the exclusive listing broker.
The center is located on the I-76 corridor and will be located in an enterprise zone. It will have bulk and office warehouses, flexible building size options and state-of-the-art building features.
Groundbreaking on a 266,000-square-foot speculative building is expected to take place this year. Hyde Development and Mortenson closed on the land acquisition on Aug. 28.
“I-76 is a clear alternative for industrial tenants looking to find space in the north metro area,” said Tim D’Angelo, senior managing director at NKF, in a statement. The I-76 corridor and north metro area is going to continue to see a tremendous increase in development of industrial product due to scarcity of I-70 and Central Denver infill land sites and the choking traffic patterns close to the city.”