Charter to build 12-story Denver office, create 800 jobs

Screenshot from a virtual tour of Charter's new building in Denver, Colorado. Image: Charter

Charter Communications announced that it will be the sole tenant in a 306,000-square-foot, 12-story office building to be built in the Greenwood Village area of Denver.

The company, which recently acquired Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks, also said it plans to add 800 jobs in the Denver area. 

“This state-of-the-art workplace will be well suited to support a wide range of business purposes including the design and development work powering all of Charter’s products and services,” Charter executive VP Rich DiGeronimo said in a statement. 

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“Charter has made a multi-million dollar investment in the Denver community, and in addition to its already large corporate presence, plans to add over 800 new high tech jobs in the coming years,” he added. 

The building will represent the third and final phase of the “Village Center Station” mixed-use development, which also includes CoBank’s new headquarters. Developer Shea Properties said the building is expected to be completed in early 2018. 

Charter said it will move its entire product, software architecture and technology services unit to the new Denver facility. Northwest regional management, real estate and strategic procurement units will also be moved in, as will human resources, facilities, field operations, Spectrum Reach and Spectrum Enterprise teams.

You can take an animated tour of the soon-to-be-built facility with this Vimeo video

For more:
- read this Denver Business Journal story
- read this Denver Post story

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