Denver-based cracker company 34 Degrees has announced plans to both expand its operations and relocate its headquarters to the city’s River North (RiNo) area.
The company will now be located at Denver’s 2825 Larimer Street, taking up 5,040 square feet, about half of the available space in the property. 34 Degrees will complete some tenant finish on its portion of the property, according to the Denver Business Journal.
"We needed more space to accommodate our business growth as well as be an extension of our brand and culture," Craig Lieberman, President and Founder of 34 Degrees says. "We love the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of RiNo's resurgence and all of us feed off the energy of the business owners and local patrons.”
Colorado, which has been an area of thriving organic and natural foods, has been experiencing a boom in production, reports the Denver Business Journal, and 34 Degrees is no exception.
"34 Degrees cultivated its business in RiNo's Taxi project and wanted many of its advantages worked into its new headquarters," said Andrew Blaustein of commercial real estate firm Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, which represented 34 Degrees in securing the lease.
34 Degrees provides a line of light and crunchy all-natural crisps, domestically produced in Colorado. The crisps are available in five varieties: Natural, Sesame, Cracked Pepper, Rosemary, and Whole Grain.