WeWork is going back for seconds at the Tabor Center.
After leasing three floors in the 30-story building at 1200 17th St. in January, the New York-based coworking behemoth added four more floors for 84,000 extra square feet.
WeWork leased floors 10, 13, 14 and 15 at the Tabor Center. It had previously announced that it would open on floors 25 through 27 in May. The company’s total square footage at the tower is now 150,000 square feet – about 20 percent of the building.
This latest push will add 1,000 desks that should come online in fall. Its newest tenants include Amazon, which has taken approximately a full floor, and Verizon, according to a source close to the deal.
WeWork, valued at more than $20 billion, has been adding to Denver’s coworking boom since 2015, when it opened its 72,000-square-foot location near Union Station in the Triangle Building.
The venture-backed shared office startup now controls more than 270,000 square feet in Denver.