Facebook is hiring in Denver and moving into a larger space.
The social network giant received zoning approval on Friday for a 22,800-square-foot office space at 1900 16th St., which is the 17-story 1900 Sixteenth building that also is home to Pricewaterhouse Coopers and ReadyTalk. BusinessDen first reported the filing.
A Facebook spokesman confirmed the filing and the company’s intention to hire, but said no lease for the space has been signed. The building’s management company, CBRE, declined to comment.
According to the zoning permit issued by the city of Denver, the office would occupy the entire seventh floor of Tower One.
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The company also has 10 job openings in Denver. The jobs are for network engineers, a data center manager and other data-center related engineering jobs. The data-center manager job seeks someone who will “provide constructing consulting services.”
The company has an existing operation inside the Thrive Workplace coworking space on 1415 Park Ave.
Source:: The Denver Post – Business