- Land Development
- Light Industrial
- Spec Flex-Warehousing
A Commerce Park within a Commerce Park.
The project has garnered attention from local business owners considering a property with ample parking and outdoor yard space. Such a location could also benefit from the 250,000+ annual travelers passing through the Eagle County Regional Airport.
The Town of Gypsum has permitted Fortius Capital to pursue approval and a subdivision process that allows for efficiency with reduced municipal risk. The individual lots will be subdivided via a Certificate of Completion, instead of the customary eight-to-twelvemonth subdivision approval and horizontal development process. Additionally, the Town of Gypsum has allowed Fortius Capital to subdivide Lot 2A into two separate lots via a Plat Amendment, rather than a time-consuming Subdivision Process (*southern portion of Lot 2A = future Lot 2D; northern portion = future Lot 2C.
Changing the landscape of Gypsum's CRE Market.
In total, four 5,000 SF buildings are planned for future construction across the parcel’s 2.12 acres. Fortius Capital believes up to 20,000 SF of industrial/flex space may deliver a regional epicenter for higher-end economic uses.
Fortius Capital believes the development of Lot 2A represents an opportunity to serve a market with limited available warehouse space by introducing larger industrial/flex properties in a manner that seeks to promote capital outlays (only for individual buildings). The firm believes that Lot 2A is an ideal site for large-scale warehousing, regional fulfillment or general trade.
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