A third-party logistics company is vastly expanding its Denver presence with a new location in Majestic Commercenter in Aurora.
Lanter Delivery Systems Inc., which reportedly occupies about 17,000 square feet of space in Aurora, signed a long-term lease for 139,417 sf in an industrial building Boulder-based Conscience Bay Co. owns at 20101 E. 36th Drive.
Conscience Bay updated the 278,812-sf building, previously occupied by Buehler Moving & Storage and the U.S. Postal Service, with new LED lighting and HVAC retrofits to lower energy consumption and tenant costs. The sprinkler system also was updated, along with paint and landscaping
Building features include cooling units, radiant heat, 23- to 26-foot ceiling clearance, dock-high doors with levelers, rail doors, and trailer and surface parking. The building has access to Interstate 70 via Tower Road and close proximity to Denver International Airport.
Lanter Delivery Systems will occupy the eastern half of the building, which has 139,121 sf of available space.
Lanter serves a seen-state region from its Denver location.
Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director Tyler Smith said Lanter Delivery is a “great tenant that really could utilize the features we had there.”
“We’re excited to have them for years to come,” he commented.
Smith, along with Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director Alec Rhodes and Director Aaron Valdez, represented the landlord in the transaction. Tom Stahl of Colliers International represented the tenant.
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