Conga in line for 88,293 sf at Atria corporate campus

Atria is a 176,586-square-foot speculative Class A corporate campus in Broomfield.

A growing software company signed a lease for 88,293 square feet of Class A office space at Atria, Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners’ recently completed speculative corporate campus in Broomfield.

Conga, currently in 30,000 sf in Interlocken Advanced Technology Environment, leased the entire north building at 13699 Via Varra Road for its global headquarters. It will relocate to Atria in March.

The building will feature state-of-the-art workspace, a cafeteria with a world-class chef, a fitness facility, and game and lounge area.

“As one of the fastest-growing software companies in the greater Denver area, we can’t wait to consolidate our multiple Conga Colorado offices into our new global headquarters at Atria,” said Bob DeSantis, president and chief operating officer at Conga. “Atria will provide an open, innovative space that will foster creativity and accommodate our growing team in Colorado.”

“Atria is ideally suited for a growing company like Conga looking for a progressive and amenity-rich work environment to attract and retain top employees from multiple talent pools along the northwest corridor,” said Ryan Good, partner at Etkin Johnson. “We’re honored to support Conga as it continues to grow and make an even greater impact on the Colorado community.”

Atria comprises two 88,293-sf office buildings with flexible, open concept floor plans. Strategic use of natural light throughout the campus aims to support employee well-being while also reducing energy consumption. Roll-up garage doors allow tenants to instantly create indoor/outdoor workspaces, and 12-foot-high floor-to-ceiling windows wrap four sides of each building and offer direct views of the Flatirons.

Located near U.S. Highway 36, the Northwest Parkway, a Regional Transportation District Park-n-Ride and FlatIron Crossing Shopping Center, Atria has 4.1 parking spaces per 1,000 sf and is among the northwest corridor’s most accessible and visible developments. Tenants also have access to 60 miles of hiking and biking trails along with hundreds of acres of parks and open space.

“We’ve been developing the northwest corridor for nearly 30 years, paying close attention to what leading companies like Conga are looking for,” said Good. “We’re continuing to provide a highly sought-after product that meets the demands of an ever-evolving market. Atria is a prime example of our progressive approach to developing modern workplaces that put the needs of employees first.”

Featured in CREJ’s Aug. 1-14 2018, issue

Edited by the Colorado Real Estate Journal staff.