Featured Property: 734 Main Street, Grand Junction CO
Nestled in the heart of Downtown Grand Junction, this one-of-a-kind, Class A modern office space at 734 Main Street, Grand Junction is available for lease!
This property has several options for businesses seeking to operate in the Grand Junction area. The first floor has 19 private office suites, two conference rooms, and indoor bike storage. The lease terms on the first floor are monthly with flexible 6-12 month leases starting at $700/month.
Additionally, the property offers a unique opportunity for larger businesses with the entire 3rd floor available for lease. The commercial office space on the 3rd floor of a newly built, state-of-the-art technology suite with unbelievable views of the surrounding mountain ranges and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Main Street. Tenants can enjoy access to a rooftop pavilion for office gatherings, events, or just taking in the views!
The interior was designed to have high-end finishes, an open floor concept, executive offices, a conference room, a kitchen, bathrooms, showers, and high-speed gigabyte internet, all in a pristine modern finish. This office space is within walking distance of downtown restaurants, coffee shops, retail, entertainment, and other professional buildings.
This property is listed by Becca Posner, Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties.
For more information on real estate, site selection, and available incentives to help your business grow, please contact Business Development Manager, Matt Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Grand Junction, Colorado
The Grand Junction area is the largest metropolitan area in western Colorado, with the amenities and infrastructure companies need to operate globally.
Situated halfway between Denver and Salt Lake City, Grand Junction provides direct access to I-70 and a regional airport that travels to many major cities. The community is home to a robust talent pipeline through Colorado Mesa University and is the only ACT-Certified Work-Ready Community in Colorado, helping employers find and retain top talent locally.
The region is known for its stunning natural beauty with towering red rock formations, the mighty Colorado River, and world-renowned biking and hiking trails. But it’s also a hub for innovation with cutting-edge research and technology facilities, advanced manufacturing, robust health care, and a thriving agricultural sector.
Downtown Grand Junction is known for its community events, including festivals, concerts, farmers markets, bike races, parades, and more. The area is home to world-famous restaurants, unique retail stores, and professional offices. The Downtown Grand Junction Certified Creative District stretches approximately two miles, filling each block with art, collaboration, and community.
Sky Peak Technologies, a Grand Junction- based tech company, continues to grow through the support of the Rural Jump Start Program and the State Trade Expansion Program Grant.
Bonsai Design and the City of Grand Junction celebrate the opening of a new zipline feature at Las Colonias Park, celebrating the riverfront’s transformative history.
The U.S. Office of Legacy Management and EPA recognize Grand Junction’s Riverfront at Las Colonias Park in its 2023 Phoenix Awards. The Phoenix Award is given in recognition for the redevelopment and restoration of previously contaminated property.
The Grand Junction Economic Partnership has announced today that Fruita-based company, Spartan Drill Tools, was approved for the Rural Jump Start Program through the Economic Development Commission (EDC) as part of its business expansion into Grand Junction with a new product line.
Why is the protection of the Colorado River so important? Over 70% of the flow of the Colorado River originates in Western Colorado. The 1,450-mile-long river drains an expansive, arid watershed encompassing parts of seven U.S. states and two Mexican states, providing water to 40 million people.
The Fruita Business Park contains 17 shovel-ready parcels that may be purchased individually or as a conglomerate. The property is zoned for light industrial and allows for a mix of permitted and conditional use, including business residences, medical offices, hotel/motel, recreation and entertainment, and RV campgrounds.