DENVER – Western Union, a global leader in payment services, has signed a 246,500-square-foot lease at One Belleview Station, a Class AA office building located at 7001 East Belleview Avenue in Denver, Colorado. They will move into their new global headquarters in November 2018.
One Belleview Station is part of Belleview Station, a 42-acre, mixed-use, transit-oriented campus with direct access to the Belleview Station light rail platform. Upon completion, Belleview Station will have more than 2.2 million square feet of office space, 250,000-square-feet of retail, 2,000 apartments and condominium units, two full service hotels and more than 5 acres of plazas and open space.
Ryan Stout and Nate Bradley, Managing Directors at Cushman & Wakefield, represented the building owner and developer, Prime West, in the transaction. Alec Wynne with Avison Young represented Western Union. This lease will bring the speculative development to 100 percent occupancy.
“Demand for transit-oriented Class A office is at an all-time high in southeast Denver,” said Stout. “There has been immense interest in One Belleview Station, leading Prime West and Gensler to put in motion plans for another 360,000-square-foot spec office building, with 25,000-square-feet of retail planned to deliver in 2020.”
Western Union joins Eide Bailly LLP, Prime West, Janiczek Wealth Management, Alacer Gold, TD Ameritrade and Ruth’s Chris Steak House at the 318,00-square-foot One Belleview Station.
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