Koelbel and Co.
will break ground Oct. 20 on the 300,000-square-foot office and retail building in RiNo that will be the new home of Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation
Catalyst HTI will bring together private enterprise (startups to large companies), government, academic and nonprofit organizations with healthcare providers and payers to accelerate innovation and drive change for the healthcare industry. The organization's goal is to transform Colorado into the top digital health cluster in the nation by 2020.
Office sizes in the new building at 35th Street and Brighton Boulevard, which will be built in two phases, range from a single desk to 30,000 square feet.
When it opens in the first quarter of 2018, Catalyst HTI will offer a 3D Printing and Idea Lab, a software and business academy, incubators, accelerators, venture funding, a primary care clinic powered by Kaiser Permanente, as well as onsite restaurants, a workout facility and event and meeting spaces.
The space is 40 percent pre-leased. In addition to Kaiser Permanente, Catalyst HTI will be home to the American Diabetes Association, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, the Medical Group Management Association, Prime Health and CirrusMD.
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