Window company plans warehouse in Adams County

By: Burl Rolett, BusinessDen

A California window company will anchor a fifth new warehouse at a massive Adams County industrial park.

Sierra Pacific Windows will move its Denver area showroom from Broomfield to a new 53,000-square-foot industrial building at developer Trammel Crow’s Crossroads Commerce Park early next year.

The plan is to use about 17,000 square feet of the new building and rent out the rest, Sierra Pacific spokesman Mark Pawlicki said.

“There’s not a lot of warehouse space available in the Denver market, but Trammell Crow did have this available, they’re building it now and we can be in there in the next quarter of next year,” Pawlicki said. “It was a good fit for us, it’s a good location and we can build warehouse space, office space and a showroom.”

Sierra Pacific’s new home will be the fifth building at Crossroads, a new industrial park straddling the Denver-Adams County line. Trammell Crow will develop the building and sell it to Sierra Pacific after construction is finished, said Bill Mosher, Trammell Crow’s senior managing director.

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