Newmont Mining Corp., the world’s largest gold producer, plans to vacate its current world headquarters in Greenwood Village – but not right away.
Newmont, which has a market cap of almost $20 billion, plans to leave the 233,950 square feet it leases in the Palazzo Verdi building in October 2020.
Newmont was an original and anchor tenant in the tower developed by the John Madden Co. in 2008. Newmont occupies 73.6 percent of the 15-story building at 6363 S. Fiddler’s Green Circle.
Newmont plans to move into a new office building that will be developed by Prime West at its Belleview Station site, according to a source. Prime West’s first office tower on the site, One Belleview Station, is 100 percent leased. Jim Neenan, the president and CEO of Prime West, couldn’t be reached Thursday. The source said Newmont will take about 170,000 sf in the new building, which could break ground as early as…