The Optiv building now has a little less Optiv.
The Denver-based cybersecurity firm, whose signage adorns the top of the 1144 15th St. office tower, has subleased one of its three floors in the building to PNC Bank.
The bank took the 28th floor, which is 24,650 square feet, according to Colliers broker Matt Ball. He and colleague Chris Wiley represented Optiv in the deal. Duncan Heitman of JLL represented PNC.
Optiv still has the 29th and 30th floors of the 40-story structure developed by Houston-based Hines. The company was the first to sign a lease at the building in 2016. The space serves as Optiv’s headquarters.
PNC isn’t a stranger to 1144 Fifteenth; it already leased space elsewhere in the building.
Pittsburgh-based PNC opened its first retail branch in Denver in the spring. PNC also acquired Alabama-based bank BBVA in June, and said this week that all BBVA locations in Colorado have been rebranded as PNC. The company declined to comment on the sublease.
Other tenants at 1144 Fifteenth include Bank of America, Gates Corp. and six law firms.