HomeAdvisor looks to sublease part of RiNo headquarters

HomeAdvisor is looking to sublease part of its office at The Hub. (BizDen file photo)

HomeAdvisor is looking to sublease part of its own home.

The Golden-based digital marketplace told BusinessDen on Tuesday that it’s “looking at the possibility of subleasing part of the 6th floor at the Hub.” The company leases the top three floors of the eight-story building at 3601 Walnut St. for its headquarters — 150,000 square feet in all.

“This decision has nothing to do with any staffing reductions, in fact, we are currently recruiting for more sales positions at HomeAdvisor in Denver,” a HomeAdvisor spokesperson said in a statement. “We are exploring the possibility as part of a broader strategy to allow for more remote work options for our salesforce.”

The company declined to answer additional questions.

HomeAdvisor, which connects contractors with customers, moved an estimated 400 employees into the new office building last spring, according to The Denver Post.

The Hub has two other office tenants: Denver-based tech company EverCommerce and its subsidiary PaySimple on the fourth floor, and WeWork on the fifth floor. Retail tenants on the first floor include Chase Bank, restaurant Slater’s 50/50 and Viv Cycle.

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Eric Dolo
Eric Dolo
1 month ago

That makes as much sense as a screen door on a submarine. If your jettisoning space, why would you add positions? A more likely scenario is twofold. Corona Virus, & pending lawsuits piling up against the company.