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Fast-growing NIMBL relocating to Art District on Santa Fe


Over the last six months, NIMBL has hired more than 50 full-time employees, forcing the software company to find larger space to accommodate its growth.

NIMBL expects to relocate next month from its current space in the Taxi complex in RiNo to a 13,000-square-foot warehouse over an old Phillips 66 gas station it’s retrofitting at 800 Kalamath St. in the heart of the Art District on Santa Fe.

"We’re overflowing in our current space," says Yosh Eisbart, NIMBL’s CEO. "I don’t even have a desk."

Designed by local architecture firm Studio H:T, the old gas station’s service bays will remain in place, and the convenience store portion of the building will be used as a conference room. The building also will include a yoga room, barista bar and gym.

"Studio H:T has done an amazing job of helping us create a very innovative, creative office space, which works really well within the existing footprint," Eisbart says.

Eisbart and Michael Pytel, the company’s CTO, founded NIMBL in 2009 to provide software services to companies running SAP. German multinational SAP is the world’s largest business software company, offering a wide range of enterprise software spanning resource planning to mobile.

"Our consultants focus on helping solve our clients’ SAP problems," says Eisbart. NIMBL clients include ExxonMobil and PepsiCo.

Contact Confluence Denver Development News Editor Margaret Jackson with tips and leads for future stories at margaret@confluence-denver.com.

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