Renovated Sunnyside Office Building Lands Coworking, Spin Studio

"New owner HM Capital is converting a portion of the second floor of 4045 N. Pecos St. into a coworking space, and a spin studio is among the tenants slated to occupy other portions of the building. The coworking takes up 6,300 square feet on the building’s second floor. There are 17 private offices, the largest of which are about 200 square feet and cost $1,500 a month, in addition to shared desks, conference rooms and a kitchen area." Full article at: BusinessDen



Sunnyside: Neighborhood Guide

"With its historic roots, convenient location, and booming restaurant scene, Sunnyside is set to be Denver's next hot neighborhood" - 5280 Magazine. Read more about where to eat, drink, get caffeinated, jam and shop in Sunnyside: 5280 Neighborhood Guide: Sunnyside


The Benefits of CoWorking

Denver Coworking has become one of the hottest trends in office space.  By choosing to work together versus against each other, many Denver companies have improved the overall awareness of coworking and its benefits.

The following excerpts have been taken from the Denver Coworking Alliance Website.

What Is Coworking?

Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared working environment, often an office, and independent activity. It’s the gathering of a group of people who work independently, but who share values, and who are interested in the synergy that can happen from working with like-minded talented people in the same space. Coworking can be beneficial for teams or individuals, work-at-home professionals, independent contractors, or people who travel frequently who end up working in relative isolation.

Benefits of Coworking

By choosing to work in a coworking environment, you can benefit from:

  • Building relationships within and across industries

  • Boosting creativity

  • Improving productivity and standard of work

… and that’s just the beginning. Read about more benefits in the 2012 Global Coworking Survey

The member spaces of the Denver Coworking alliance vary in size, location and amenities, but all offer companies and individuals a unique opportunity to succeed through the coworking model.


The Office Gets Remade Again

The New York Times recently wrote a compelling article about the modern worker and their varying demands on the work place. Traditional offices no longer work for many companies. Instead, "new office designs are coming to a workplace near you, with layouts meant to cater to the variety of tasks required of modern white-collar workers. Put another way, it means people don’t sit in just one place.

It’s partly a backlash against the one-size-fits-all mind-set, not to mention the corporate penny-pinching, embodied in the move toward pure open floor plans that packed more workers into less and less space. That idea was supposed to drive collaboration, but many experts agree it often went too far, with row upon row of desks and workbench-style seating more likely to generate ennui than efficiency."

Diversification, options and flexibility is what many companies are looking for and Microsoft is leading the way with their brand new office design, read more here: The Office Gets Remade Again.