Peak Technology Campus Provides Sites for the Aerospace, Defense Industry
Peak Technology Campus will provide secure ready sites for the aerospace and defense industry. The 210,000-square-foot, Class A office development will break ground in Colorado Springs early next year. As a result, the Denver-based Flywheel Capital will deliver the Peak Technology Campus. Moreover, this project is the largest speculative office development in Colorado Springs since 2001.
Peak Technology Campus is a Master Planned Business Park
The 900-acre master-planned business park at the entrance to the Colorado Springs Airport. The property is located in Peak Innovation Park. The campus will exhibit four new single-story office buildings. In addition, they feature efficient full-floor and multi-tenant configurations. Moreover, there are secure ready sites with dedicated entries, building signage, loading docks, 4.5 spaces per 1,000 square feet parking ratio, and secured satellite area.
The building plans for the new development include 50,000 square feet at Building 1, 40,000 square feet at Building 2, 60,000 square feet at Building 3, and 60,000 square feet at Building 4.
Newmark’s exclusive leasing agents include Executive Managing Director Kenton Mau, Managing Director Brian Wagner and Director Mark O’Donnell.
First Speculative Office Development in Colorado Springs in Nearly a Decade
The Peak Technology Campus is being called the first speculative office development in Colorado Springs in nearly a decade. Moreover, this campus addresses the market’s demand for secure space in the technology and/or defense sectors. This is especially true during an opportunistic time of growth in the Colorado Springs market. According to Newmark’s Wagner. Employers are looking for major talent as well as people with education and hungry workforce. Therefore, there is a combination of amenities, access, and residential offerings within minutes from the property.
The site is proximate to multi-modal transportation, situated at the entry to Colorado Springs Airport, with easy access to Peterson and Schriever Air Force Bases, and Interstate 25 via Milton E. Proby Parkway. Peak Innovation Park includes Northrop Grumman Aerospace (under construction on a $100 million expansion) and Amazon (under construction on a 4 million-square-