Highfield Business Park


Confluent Development has teamed up with Bradbury Properties to develop Highfield Business Park, an emerging 70-acre industrial hub in metro Denver. Located in unincorporated Douglas County near the intersection of E-470 and Peoria Street, the park is recognized as a prime location for industrial use with convenient access to Centennial Airport, I-25 and RTD Light Rail. Occupants of Highfield Business Park benefit from Class A, shallow-bay industrial space that is suited to a variety of business needs, including distribution, technology infrastructure, lab and higher-intensity office uses. The park prominently overlooks national corporate facilities ranging from satellite communications to package distribution, and is well positioned among Douglas County’s highly educated and active workforce.

Confluent and Bradbury began their partnership with the Highfield 5 project, which marks the fifth development within the business park, planning to continue their partnership for the 52 undeveloped acres remaining.

Intergroup Architects serves as the architect for the projects, with CBRE as the leasing broker. The general contractor for the Highfield 5 development was Murray & Stafford, and 8020 Builders serves as the general contractor for the Highfield 6 and EdgeConneX projects.


Highfield 5 Development:
  • 101,000-square-foot development
  • 24-foot clear ceiling/racking height
  • Tilt-Up Concrete Association’s Achievement Award
  • Broke ground in October 2016 as a speculative development, completed in June 2017
  • Fully Leased to Charter Communications and Gateway Classic Cars
Highfield 6 Development:
  • 92,000-square-foot speculative development
  • Class A, front-park rear-load industrial space
  • 24-foot clear ceiling/racking height
  • Broke ground in November 2017, anticipated completion in Spring 2018
EdgeConneX Build-to-Suit Development:
  • 115,500-square-foot build-to-suit development
  • 24-foot clear ceiling/racking height
  • Data center operator is expanding its presence in the business park
  • Highfield is served by five different fiber providers to meet the needs of data center companies
  • Broke ground in August 2017, anticipated completion in Spring 2018