Hosting.com Relocating to Denver
Denver Business Journal
Hosting.com, purchased this spring by HostMySite.com of Denver, is in the process of moving its headquarters from Kentucky to the metro area, the company said Thursday.
The two web-hosting companies will combine operations at 900 S. Broadway, off Interstate 25, in Denver. The refurbished, multi-tenant office building is part of the old Gates Rubber Co. plant’s eastern campus, which is being redeveloped by The Lionstone Group of Houston.
“We will grow aggressively over the next 24 months through a national platform of managed and secure services … [and] Denver is at the center of our growth,” Art Zeile, CEO of HostMySite and Hosting, said in a statement.
Hosting will occupy 13,000 square feet of corporate space in the South Broadway building and operate a 30,000-square-foot data center there, according to the company. The company expects to be fully moved into the space in late August.
After the Hosting office opens later this summer, HostMySite will move into the building as well. HostMySite currently is at 1400 Glenarm Place in downtown Denver.
HostMySite, owned by Zeile and company COO Joel Daly, bought Hosting of Louisville, Ky., for an undisclosed amount in May to give itself a more national scope. Hosting has four operating data centers — located in San Francisco and Irvine, Calif.; Louisville, Ky.; and Newark, Del. — and will add a fifth when its new Denver center opens.
“By operating five data centers from coast to coast, we provide our clients with unparalleled solution and service options,” Daly said in a statement.
Zeile and Daly bought HostMySite, which was based in Newark, Del., in 2008. The partners also formerly owned Inflow Inc. of Denver, a web-applications management company, but sold the business in 2005 to SunGard Availability Services of Pennsylvania.
Frederick Ross Company retains exclusive leasing and marketing for Broadway Station at 900-990 S Broadway in Denver. Dave Lee, Jason Addlesperger and Tom Lee represented the landlord in this transaction.