The office building under construction at 200 Clayton St. in Cherry Creek is now fully leased, according to its developer.
Broe Real Estate Group, a division of Denver-based The Broe Group, said Tuesday that the eight-story, 76,000-square-foot 200 Clayton building has topped out and is on track for completion late in the first quarter next year.
The firm broke ground on the project in August 2021. At the time, the company said that OmniTrax, a railroad company owned by The Broe Group, would take the building’s second and third floors.
BREG said Tuesday that the building’s other office tenants will be financial services firm AON, which will take two floors, and Vantage Data Centers, which will take two and a half floors. Charles Schwab is taking a partial floor in addition to ground-floor retail space.
“The demand for this project’s prime Cherry Creek North location, contemporary design, and its modern energy efficient building systems has been exceptionally strong,” BREG CEO Doug Wells said in a statement.
Broe owns the bulk of the east side of the 200 block of Clayton St. The company’s headquarters are in a building the company developed at 216 Clayton St. The company also plans to redevelop its property north of the headquarters in a project it’s calling 250 Clayton.
The 250 Clayton project will be an eight-story Class A building with a projected 174,000 square feet.
CBRE brokers Blake Holcomb and Brian Hutt have been marketing the space at 200 Clayton. The Beck Group designed the building. GH Phipps is the general contractor.
The 200 Clayton building is one of three office buildings currently under construction in Cherry Creek North. The other two are BMC Investments’ 255 Fillmore and Elevation Development Group/Edgemark Development’s project at 3rd and University. BMC and Schnitzer West have also submitted plans for two additional office buildings, although those are still in the planning stages.
BREG, meanwhile, has also expressed interest in demolishing an older office building it owns nearby. And Home Depot signed a huge lease earlier this year for an industrial project the firm is developing in Weld County.