Google Boulder eyes new offices at Pearl Place

BOULDER – Google Information Inc. has signed a letter of intent to lease approximately 200,000 square feet of Class A-office space at the southwest corner of 30th and Pearl streets in Boulder, according to the Colorado Real Estate Journal.

Google Boulder currently occupies Suite 110 at 2950 Pearl St.

Forum Real Estate Group and Brickstone Partners Ltd., both based in Denver, are developing the Pearl Place site. Plans call for three four-story office buildings totaling about 300,000 square feet of space and underground parking.

Developers Darren Fisk of Forum Real Estate Group and Dan Otis of Brickstone Partners led the purchase of four parcels of land last year for $12.2 million using the entity Pearl Place Associates LLC. The four parcels total 4.33 acres and wrap around the Chase Bank at the southwest corner of 30th and Pearl.

When contacted Monday, Scott Green, Google’s site director in Boulder, declined to comment. Neither Fisk nor Otis returned calls or emails Monday requesting comment.


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