is the latest company to join Koebel and Co.
's growing roster of tenants for Catalyst, a 180,000-square-foot office and retail space at 35th Street and Brighton Boulevard.
Hitachi Consulting has been designated as the "Strategy Technology Partner" for Catalyst HTI
(Health-Tech Innovation) and will be taking advantage of the opportunity to collaborate with other health-tech industry leaders in developing creative solutions that will enable healthcare companies to transform their businesses in the digital era.
"Denver is at the center of digital healthcare innovation in the United States, and Catalyst HTI will be the hub for this vibrant health-tech community," says Hitachi Consulting VP Kerry Sims. "We are very excited about the new location and the potential to collaborate with the other tenants in a building that sits at the heart of one of the most exciting and innovative neighborhoods in the nation, not just Denver."
Catalyst, which recently broke ground, is 40 percent pre-leased to 10 tenants, including Kaiser Permanente, Terumo BCT and Premier Manufacturing. The building still has 70,000 square feet of space remaining -- the largest available space in RiNo.
"With the groundbreaking of Catalyst, we are bringing the next generation of office space to the area with a focus on creating and generating community and collaboration in concert with traditional office users in every facet of the project," says Walter "Buz" Koelbel Jr., president of Koelbel and Co.
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