The top two floors of the newest office building in the Denver Tech Center have been leased.
New York-based Gen II Fund Services, which bills itself as the largest independent U.S.-based private equity fund administrator, has leased 72,914 square feet in the 15-story building at 6900 Layton St., according to Cushman & Wakefield.
The space on floors 14 and 15 will serve as Gen II’s Denver office, replacing the existing one in Regency Plaza at 4643 S. Ulster St. in Denver.
The 6900 Layton building was developed by Denver-based Prime West, and completed in 2020. Other office tenants include SSR Mining, gold mining firm Newmont, oil and gas firm DCP Midstream and health care transportation firm LogistiCare Solutions.
Cushman brokers Ryan Stout, Nate Bradley, Zach Williams, and Kiley Crews represented Prime West in the deal. CBRE brokers Nicholas Weld and Andrew Swetnam represented Gen II.
The 6900 Layton building is part of the master-planned Belleview Station area. East of the structure, Vectra Bank is building itself a nine-story headquarters building. And to the south, a 190-room Kimpton hotel is under construction.