A new industrial business park is in the process of becoming reality by the developer of an extensive 3,000-acre master planned community in Loveland, Colorado.
McWhinney Real Estate Services, Incorporated, also of Loveland, says the park will be built out on currently vacant land at the intersection of Crossroads Boulevard and Rocky Mountain Parkway.
“Despite the impacts of Covid 19 on the economy at large, demand for industrial space in northern Colorado remains relatively steady,” Clyde Wood, commercial development vice-president for McWhinney, said in a statement.
In response, the company plans to offer space for speculative and build-to-suit construction projects, with work on a new 123,000 square foot industrial structure set to begin by the spring of next year.
Additional projects at the park will see the construction of structures designed to be used for e-commerce distribution centers, as well as general warehouse space featuring outdoor storage.
Altogether, more than a dozen new industrial structures, ranging in size from 43,000 square feet to 150,000 square feet, are currently being planned by McWhinney for the site.
McWhinney is the developer of Centerra, a sprawling mixed-use community in Loveland launched in the mid-1990s that includes residential, retail, and restaurant space in a tree-lined, village environment.
By Garry Boulard
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