The Denver Post

Oil and gas firm subleases two floors from Newmont in DTC

- By Thomas Gounley

In Belleview Station, one Fortune 500 firm has agreed to sublease from another.

Oil and gas firm DCP Midstream is moving its headquarte­rs into 72,000 square feet of office space in the new building at 6900 Layton St., subleasing the space from gold mining firm Newmont Corp.

The deal was announced Friday by Denver-based developer Prime West, which completed the 15-story 6900 Layton building last year.

Newmont originally committed to the seventh through 10th floors of the Denver Tech Center building, approximat­ely 142,000 square feet, before the project broke ground in 2018. It later added the sixth floor as well.

But BusinessDe­n broke the news in October that Newmont was looking to sublease multiple floors.

DCP Midstream is taking the furnished ninth and 10th floors from Newmont, according to

Prime West.

The building replaces Republic Plaza, where DCP Midstream has leased 171,000 square feet. The company expects to make the move in early 2022, according to Prime West.

Newmont retains the sixth through eighth floors at 6900 Layton for its own headquarte­rs. The company moved from the Palazzo Verdi building, a couple miles away at 6363 S. Fiddler’s Green Circle in Greenwood Village.

The addition of DCP means

Prime West has now secured three Fortune 500 companies for buildings it developed at Belleview Station. Western Union’s headquarte­rs are in the One Belleview Station building at 7001 E. Belleview Ave., which Prime West completed in 2017 and sold in 2018.

The 11th and 12 floors at 6900 Layton are leased to Atlantabas­ed LogistiCar­e Solutions. The building’s top three floors are still available, as is building signage and ground-floor retail space.

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