DENVER-OnTargetjobs Inc., the parent company of HealtheCareersNetwork, BioSpace, Hcareers, and,signed a new lease for 27,674 square feet at Peakview Tower withinthe Greenwood Plaza Office Park. Landlord Crescent Real EstateHoldings LLC tells that the lease term is 10 years, butcould not divulge the price per square foot except to say that itis “market rate.”


Greenwood Plaza Office Park is located in the heart of theDenver Technology Center. OnTargetjobs is scheduled to relocatefrom Panorama Corporate Center early next year.


Bruce Basham represented the owner, Crescent Crown PeakviewTower LLC, while Jim McGrath of Studley, Inc. representedonTargetjobs. “We knew Peakview Tower would be the perfect fit foronTargetjobs new home because of their desire to have a morecontiguous workplace,” says Basham, Crescent’s vice president ofleasing. “Fortunately, we were able to provide them with a veryefficient full floor, 27,674 square feet, in a 10-story class Abuilding, where they will enjoy the best views of the DTC.”


Peakview Tower offers easy access to interstate freeways, thelight rail system and Denver’s two airports. The building also hasan unobstructed view of the Rocky Mountain Front Range andcountless amenities within two miles including nearly 200restaurants, 11 hotels, 27 banks and seven major shoppingvenues.

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