A pharmacy products company leased 60,000 square feet of flex space at the Colorado Tech Center in Louisville.
Quicksilver Scientific signed a lease for space at 1960 Cherry St., a building owned by Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners. The company has outgrown the approximately 23,000-sf space it occupies in Lafayette, according to Eric Rutherford of WK Real Estate, who represented the tenant with WK Real Estate’s Tom Hill.
The Cherry Street building will allow Quicksilver to move in right away, Rutherford said. “It is a great building. It was perfect for them, and it was ready to go,” he said.
Quicksilver Scientific specializes in products to remove toxins and allergens from the body, and in health-related products and protocols.