Parc Santa Fe industrial development is underway in Littleton

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Parc Santa Fe is a 345,126-square-foot, three-building urban industrial development in Littleton.

Jackson-Shaw, a national real estate development company, and LaPour Partners, a regional real estate company, have partnered to break ground on Parc Santa Fe, a 345,126-square-foot, three-building urban industrial development in Littleton.

Situated on 22 acres, Parc Santa Fe fronts South Santa Fe Drive/U.S. 85, providing tenants direct access to C- 470, which connects to major north-south thoroughfares.

“Parc Santa Fe will be the first industrial product within this submarket in over two decades,” said Michele Wheeler, president and chief operating officer of JacksonShaw. “We are thrilled for this unique opportunity and excited to expand our firm’s presence to the Denver area.”

Slated for completion in second-quarter 2019, Parc Santa Fe includes three buildings, an 85,903-sf Building A, 169,590-sf Building B and 89,633-sf Building C. Each building offers modern facility features, including 24-foot and 28-foot clear heights, dock-high and grade-level loading, ESFR sprinklers, and secured outside storage.

“Parc Santa Fe is located within the highly desired southwest submarket,” said Jeff LaPour, founder and president of LaPour. “Vacancy rates in the submarket are less than 3 percent today, due to lack of available land to build. Companies seeking upgrades or expansions into new, state-of-the-art product finally have an option. Preliminary interest has been strong.”

Published in the August issue of Development, Design & Construction of CREJ.

Kris Oppermann Stern is publisher and editor of Building Dialogue, a Colorado Real Estate Journal publication, and editor of CREJ's construction, design, and engineering section, including news and bylined articles. Building Dialogue is a quarterly, four-color magazine that caters specifically to the AEC industry, including features on projects and people, as well as covering trends in design, construction, interior design, development and more. Kris joined CREJ as an editor in 1998, after serving as editor of the Colorado Springs Business Journal. Kris earned her Bachelor of Arts, Journalism and Mass Communication, from the University of Colorado at Boulder. When not covering Colorado’s commercial AEC community, she enjoys Pilates, reading, traveling, walking her Golden Retriever and cheering on her hockey-playing son.