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Cannabis Retail Software Company Inks CommonGrounds Union Station for HQ

Denver-based Flowhub, a leading cannabis retail software company, has signed a three-year Headquarters-as-a-Service (HQaaS) agreement with CommonGrounds Workspace and will occupy 11,200 square feet at 1890 Wynkoop, across the street from Union Station. The space was previously occupied by Slack, who leased the space as short-term headquarters solution while their permanent location was under construction. Flowhub, will be take possession this month.

The multi-year HQaaS exclusive-use agreement with Flowhub includes the entire ground-floor location located at 19th and Wynkoop. Under the agreement, CommonGrounds will provide a dedicated workplace manager and team to provide facility management and plan events, learning opportunities, and speakers in cooperation with the Enterprise member.

“Our mission at Flowhub is to cultivate a flourishing cannabis community and to foster a world where cannabis is accessible to everyone, one legal transaction at a time,” said Kyle Sherman, founder and CEO, Flowhub. “Our new HQ powered by CommonGrounds gives us the space we need to do just that. From open common spaces for team gatherings and a variety of meeting, conference and quiet rooms to our own mock dispensary demo environment, there’s a little bit of everything here for our employees, which directly reflects our company culture and values. This has been a major growth year for Flowhub, and as we continue on this trajectory, we’re incredibly excited to have found our new Flowhub home right here in the heart of Denver.”

CommonGrounds Denver Union Station includes a dedicated pantry and communal area, multiple video-ready conference rooms, and other breakout meeting areas including a wellness room, mothers’ room, phone booths, and casual seating areas. The entire location runs on an enterprise-enabled network, securely delivering gigabit upload and download speeds for higher productivity. The proprietary CG+ app connects people in each location and allows members to connect with a variety of services, including wireless door entry, conference room reservations, event registration, and a job board with additional features in development.

“We couldn’t be more excited about our second opportunity to offer an HQaaS workplace in our Denver CommonGrounds location,” said Jacob Bates, chief executive officer for CommonGrounds, “Flowhub is an exciting tech company in full growth mode, and our adaptive built environments have proven to be a game-changer in reducing time and cost for changes in the workplace layout. Specifically, in this location, we were able to turn over 100 desks and move in a similar size team in a week, even moving several walls in the process. It is exciting to see this differentiator come to life benefiting the current and future expansion needs for our members and never sacrificing quality.”

CommonGrounds enterprise-grade adaptive built Hackable Environment is made possible with their exclusive demountable wall system. This building innovation allows spaces to be changed and reconfigured nearly on-demand. With the hollow-core aluminum structure supporting dual-pane sound-dampening divider walls, everything from the wiring, electrical, HVAC and IT technology are independently configurable and controlled, requiring only a few tools. This enables CommonGrounds to provide members with brandable spaces that can be reconfigured and designed to respond to the company’s culture, business dynamics, customers, and the team’s growth needs in real-time.

Josh Pons with Newmark Knight Frank represented Flowhub and Kevin Anderson, director enterprise development with CommonGrounds, negotiated the agreement.

Photos courtesy of CommonGrounds

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