Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. will renew its lease at Tuscany Plaza in Greenwood Village, NKF announced Tuesday.
The 65,000-square-foot office lease renewal signals the restaurant chain’s commitment to the Denver area, following news that it would lay off workers in both the corporate office and restaurants.
It has been headquartered in Greenwood Village since 2000.
“After studying Red Robin’s culture we evaluated several buildings that would enable Red Robin to enhance its workplace and team member’s productivity,” said Jim McGrath, NKF executive managing director. “In the final analysis, Tuscany Plaza presented the optimal combination of location, workplace design and overall cost."
The restaurant said last week that it would lay off workers and transform itself to meet customer needs. Red Robin CEO Denny Marie Post announced late last year that the restaurant will pause new store openings at the end of 2018.
Red Robin (Nasdaq: RRGB) has more than 560 restaurants across the United States and Canada.
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