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    1. The WeWork expansion in Denver 'nowhere near finished'

      The WeWork expansion in Denver 'nowhere near finished'

      In Denver's commercial real estate market, coworking giant WeWork is one of, if not the, top office tenants to watch in 2019. The New York-based company ended 2018 with signed leases for nine locations, bringing its total amount of leased space to 628,029 square feet. It signed its first lease in LoDo's Triangle Building just three years ago.

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    2. WeWork picks Cherry Creek for ninth Denver location

      WeWork picks Cherry Creek for ninth Denver location

      WeWork is breaking out of Denver's downtown bubble for its next location. The New York-based coworking company has signed a lease for 18,000 square feet, or room for more than 300 desks, at a new office building in Cherry Creek. Come late summer or early fall 2019, it will occupy floors two and three of the Financial House building located at 2727 E. 2nd Ave., the same corner lot as 205 Detroit St.

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    3. WeWork signs two more leases in Denver, upping its foothold on the market

      WeWork signs two more leases in Denver, upping its foothold on the market

      WeWork has signed two more leases in Denver, one in the Highland neighborhood and the other in RiNo, bringing its total locations in Denver to seven. It will occupy 60,000 square feet at The Circa Building, located at 1615 Platte St. in LoHi. It will occupy another 60,000 square feet at 3600 Brighton Boulevard, which upon completion will be a five-story office and retail building called Revolution360.

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    4. Is downtown becoming Denver's new tech hub?

      Is downtown becoming Denver's new tech hub?

      Denver's tech scene is growing up and moving up. Downtown high-rises built in the late '70s and early '80s are seeing new energy as tech tenants plant their flags in or near the city's Central Business District. The movement has been driven by tech companies that may historically have favored LoDo (Lower Downtown) and the Central Platte Valley, in smaller scale buildings with fewer tenants but hip spaces. 

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    5. Exclusive: WeWork takes 9 floors in prime downtown Denver building (Photos)

      Exclusive: WeWork takes 9 floors in prime downtown Denver building (Photos)

      New York-based WeWork has just leased nine floors at 1700 Lincoln — the Wells Fargo Center — in downtown Denver. The company, which provides co-working spaces for startups, freelancers and businesses of varying sizes, currently has three locations in Denver — Union Station, LoHi and, as of Aug. 1, the Tabor Center.

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