City to move into Denver Post HQ later this year

DENVER — The Denver Post is leaving its headquarters in December and the City of Denver is moving into the last floor the Post was occupying.

City Council approved the sublease for 101 W. Colfax Ave. on Monday, BusinessDen reports. The Denver Post, meanwhile, is in the market for a smaller Downtown office and is relocating most of its staff to its printing plant in Adams County. The Post was in the W. Colfax building for more than a decade.

The city will expand its footprint in the building by more than 46,000 square feet when it moves onto the eighth floor. The city already leases space on the first and seventh floors. The deal is for seven years and rent is $31.50 per square-foot.

 

DENVER — The Denver Post is leaving its headquarters in December and the City of Denver is moving into the last floor the Post was occupying.

City Council approved the sublease for 101 W. Colfax Ave. on Monday, BusinessDen reports. The Denver Post, meanwhile, is in the market for a smaller Downtown office and is relocating most of its staff to its printing plant in Adams County. The Post was in the W. Colfax building for more than a decade.

The city will expand its footprint in the building by more than 46,000 square feet when it moves onto the eighth floor. The city already leases space on the first and seventh floors. The deal is for seven years and rent is $31.50 per square-foot.