RES, Macs Adventure relocate headquarters to Denver


Companies with national and global presences continue to choose Denver for their headquarters and offices, bringing their economic tailwinds with them.

The firms are resettling across Colorado’s capital city in neighborhoods from Lower Downtown to Five Points to Cherry Creek.

RES, the world’s largest independent renewable energy company, opened its new headquarters for the Americas in McGregor Square at 1901 Wazee St. on Tuesday.

The company moved to Lower Downtown from Broomfield to attract a more diverse talent pool and to be closer to public transportation. Denver employees were offered EcoPass, allowing for unlimited rides on RTD buses and trains.

The McGregor space currently accommodates 180 workers, but the company plans to expand to another floor later this year. The additional office will host the Support Services Operations Control Center, which will provide operations and maintenance, electrical grid support and more.

That means the company could seek to boost hiring this year, said Susan Mays, vice president of marketing, communications and government affairs, on a Tuesday tour of the new space.

Macs Adventure, a travel company from the U.K., chose Denver for its U.S. headquarters after serving American clientele for about six years.

Located in Five Points, the new office will consist of 22 employees at the Posner Center for International Development at 1031 33rd St.


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