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SummitStone Health Partners to Lease in Renovated Orchards Corporate Center
Orchards Corporate Center at 221 E. 29th Street in Loveland is currently undergoing a comprehensive interior and exterior renovation to rejuvenate its presence within the Northern Colorado office market to meet the demands of professional tenants searching for quality space. Extensive modernization to the mechanical, electrical, plumbing and data infrastructure are being implemented, along with exterior façade, entry and landscape upgrades. The project is the latest in a handful of changes within the Orchards Shopping Center including new restaurants, the expansion of King Soopers and the addition of PetCo.
Following construction in 1979, primary occupants of the building have included World Savings Bank, Duke Communications International and, most recently, Penton Media.
Upon completion of the renovation, SummitStone Health Partners will lease approximately 11,000 square feet of the building.
The new location will replace an existing office in Loveland and move select services from two of the Fort Collins locations who have maxed out their space. SummitStone provides mental health and addiction intervention services to community members at 24 locations across Larimer County including one other clinic in Loveland.
“It’s a great location,” said Michael Allen, Chief Executive Officer of SummitStone Health Partners. “It’s easily accessible for our clients and we believe it will be a good fit for our child and family behavioral health services.”
Current plans for the SummitStone space include 22 to 24 offices, two specialized therapy rooms, two play therapy rooms and four to five group therapy rooms. SummitStone plans to open for business in the new location in spring of 2017.
Brian Duke, who is managing the project on behalf of the landlord, believes the renovations are coming at the perfect time. “We are very excited to welcome SummitStone to the Orchards Corporate Center. The company provides invaluable services to the Loveland community and we believe they will continue to excel at this new location. The timing of the renovation is ideal as we are able to provide SummitStone the opportunity to fully customize the space to meet specific needs.”
Andy Montgomery, Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Colorado Economic Alliance, agrees that SummitStone is a welcome addition to the neighborhood. “In many regions of the country, there is a growing deficit of mental health providers and services. We are very pleased to see SummitStone Health Partners continue to expand and invest in Northern Colorado. The great quality of our healthcare, including our mental healthcare, is a valuable asset for NCEA in attracting additional primary employers to the region.”
The building’s remaining 32,000 square feet is currently available for lease. The core and shell renovations have begun on the property and are slated to finish by the end of the calendar year. The tenant finish options will be completed shortly after in the first quarter of 2017.
For leasing information, contact Jake Arnold at [email protected] or (970) 237-5728.
Jake Arnold and Josh Guernsey of Brinkman Partners represented the Landlord and Craig Hau of The Group, Inc. Real Estate represented the Tenant in this transaction.
About Brinkman Partners
Brinkman Partners, headquartered in Fort Collins, provides integrated real estate solutions throughout Colorado. Their full-service scope includes commercial brokerage, development, construction and real estate management. Their encompassing business model, paired with their passion for customer satisfaction, allows them to give unparalleled attention to each client’s unique needs. Brinkman’s belief that environmental stewardship is a sound economical investment drives all facets of business.