Denver Energy Center Commercial Office

Synergy Resources takes multiple-floor lease at Denver Energy Center

Gemini Rosemont Commercial Real Estate, a leading commercial real estate investment company with more than 14 million square feet of commercial office space in 20 states, has secured a long-term, multiple floor lease with Synergy Resources Corporation.

Synergy Resources will now be headquartered in 38,000 square feet, occupying two and a half tower floors at Denver Energy Center at 1675 Broadway, in the heart of downtown Denver.


“Securing this new, large lease from Synergy Resources may be an indicator that Denver’s oil and gas market sector is on the upswing and growing its footprint in our Midtown submarket,” said Tim Farrell, senior vice president of asset management for Gemini Rosemont. “We are honored that Synergy Resources chose Denver Energy Center for its corporate headquarters.”

Synergy Resources Corporation engages in the acquisition, exploitation, exploration, development, and production of oil and natural gas assets primarily located in the Greater Wattenberg Field in the Denver-Julesburg Basin in northeast Colorado. Upwards of 100 employees will be based at the new headquarters.

Synergy Resources selected Denver Energy Center for its corporate headquarters because of the incomparable views of Uptown and Downtown Denver, and the Rocky Mountains, along with the ability to provide more individual perimeter offices on the glass, according to Farrell.

One of Denver’s most recognizable and high profile office buildings, Denver Energy Center is a two-tower property, comprised of 785,349 square feet. It is strategically located near the city’s mass transit and freeway system, Civic Center Station, the Colorado state capital, Denver city and county buildings, Civic Center Park and the Denver Convention Center. The beautifully landscaped plaza, nearby hotels, retail and restaurants, along with on-site property management, engineering staff and round-the-clock security, are just some of the amenities that draw tenants to Denver Energy Center.

Notable tenants at Denver Energy Center include Noble Energy, Schlumberger Technology Corporation, Kauffman Holding Company, KeyBank and Gemini Rosemont’s regional office, among others. Available suites at Denver Energy Center range in size from 1,000 square feet to full floors of approximately 14,000 rentable square feet.

Andy Ross with Jones Lang LaSalle represented Gemini Rosemont in the transaction, while Chris Wiley with Colliers International represented Synergy Resources.

Gemini Rosemont and its related entities own three properties representing 1.4 million square feet in the greater Denver market, including Denver Energy Center and Diamond Hill in Denver, and Cole Center in Golden, Colo.