By Lucas High
BOULDER — WeWork, a New York-based coworking firm with a major presence in Denver, will move into the Canyon 28 building in Boulder. The company will occupy the bottom three floors — more than 30,000 square feet — of the four-story office space at 2755 Canyon Blvd., developed in 2017 by Lou DellaCava of Boulder-based LJD Enterprises Inc. Two-thirds of the top floor of the building is currently occupied by MLB Advanced Media, which operates a technology hub for Major League Baseball. The organization will soon take over the remaining space on the floor. “If the fourth floor had been available, (WeWork) probably would have taken that too,” DellaCava said. WeWork’s 12-year lease began Jan. 1. “They are working with some space planners now and expect to be occupying the space in the fall — hopefully around September or October,” he said. The Boulder office will be WeWork’s first Colorado location outside of Denver. The company has operations, or is committed to leases, in more than 600,000 square-feet of office space in nine Denver buildings.
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