A multinational financial services firm, and the parent company of multiple research and marketing firms, are the remaining two tenants slated for Cherry Creek’s newest office building.
Oceanside Ten Holdings has leased approximately 15,000 square feet — the entire sixth floor and part of the seventh — in Financial House, the eight-story building being completed at 205 Detroit St., CEO David McGrath told BusinessDen.
“I think Cherry Creek is the best part of town to be,” McGrath said.
Companies under the Oceanside Ten umbrella include ROIRocket, ClearVoice Research, MarketOnce, eAccountable and Crowd Factor. McGrath said about 80 employees will work out of the space.
Oceanside Ten will be leaving the Central Business District. The company currently operates at 1875 Lawrence St., and before that was at 1675 Lawrence St., both Unico properties. McGrath said his companies also have offices in Florida, Colorado, California and Massachusetts.
Additionally, UBS Financial Services also is moving into Financial House, according to tenant finish permits on file with the city.
The Swiss bank, which has local offices downtown at 370 17th St. and in the Denver Tech Center at 4600 S. Ulster St., is taking the entire fifth floor, about 10,000 square feet. A UBS spokesman did not respond to a request for comment.
UBS and Oceanside Ten join the building’s previously announced tenants. WeWork has leased the second and third floors. And BMC Investments and Bow River Capital, which developed the building, are taking space. BMC has taken the fourth floor, while Bow River will take over the entire eighth floor and part of the seventh.
The building’s one ground-floor retail tenant, Amazon Books, opened this month.
BMC CEO Matt Joblon said he expects that his company will be the first of the office tenants to move in late next month. Joblon’s firm is coming off the recent record-breaking sale of the Halcyon hotel in Cherry Creek plus a massive multifamily buy.