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Spaces goes Denver and opens second hub in the Mile High City

Looking a bit like the entrance to a coffee shop on Fillmore Street near downtown, just walk right through and you’ll find yourself instead in a stunning new coworking hub that’s been designed to get the creative juices flowing. Welcome to our newest location at the base of the Rocky Mountains.

“Fillmore Street is an inspiring, open-concept workspace at the heart of downtown Denver. With an open-front entrance this unique working environment is ready and waiting to boost your company’s productivity all the way to the top,” says Area Sales Manager Ashley Simonsen. 

One of the top places to run your business

Sat at the base of the stunning Rocky Mountains, the Mile High City is widely regarded as one of the best places to do business in the States. A recent WalletHub study of the best big cities to do business put Denver in 10th place, taking in factors such as five-year business-survival rate and affordability of Spaces Fillmore Street. Not only that, but another report put Denver as the second-best place to live in the US, so it’s no surprise that so many people want to live and grow their business there.

Following the successful opening of Spaces Ballpark a few years ago, Fillmore Street is the second location in Colorado’s buzzing capital. “The fantastic position in Cherry Creek means you’re bordered on all sides by big businesses and premier client opportunities,” adds Simonson. At this new Spaces hub you’ll find beautifully designed meeting rooms, super speedy Wi-Fi, 30 dedicated desks and a super friendly staff. Our offices are fully serviced so you can focus on the most important thing – your business.

More than just a cowork space

What makes Spaces Fillmore Street more than just a coworking space is that it’s a community, with regular networking events designed to bring people together so they can share ideas, collaborate and meet potential new clients (and maybe even a few friends too). It’s a great location for coworking because of its thriving start-up and tech scene. Indeed, according to The Denver Post, 22 tech firms either moved their headquarters or opened field offices there in the 12 months leading up to last summer, all drawn by a supply of metro-area tech talent that grew by more than 23%.

Killer coffee and an entrepreneurial spirit

As all entrepreneurs know, getting that early-morning caffeine boost can be the rocket fuel you need to get the synapses firing and, with that in mind, there’s barista-brewed coffee on-site and a Starbucks Coffee less than a block away. Enjoying a tasty bite or treating a client to a business brunch is simple too, with a range of eateries and restaurants on your doorstep.

Getting around is easy, with Denver’s bus system being one of the best in the States. There are two stops right on the doorstep making it easy to connect with clients, head out to meetings and simply enjoy everything Denver has to offer. To find out what makes the area so special, take a glimpse into its history and culture at Helen Rudy Handicraft Museum and Country Club Historic Neighborhood. When the working day is over you can head over to Cherry Creek Park and enjoy the scenery or work on your backhand at Gates Tennis Center.

Celebrate the opening with us

The site is due to open soon with what promises to be a pretty spectacular party. “We open on December 9 and we’re looking forward to a grand opening party and social with the chamber of commerce in January,” says Simonson. “Other events will be held on site as well like monthly community events.”

Whatever your business and whatever your future plans, we’d love to be a part of it. See what Spaces can do for you at Denver Fillmore Street.

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