CTRL Collective Opens Inside Dairy Block
DENVER — Los Angeles-based CTRL Collective, a new creative campus of entrepreneurs, held a launch party last month, inside their impressive new space at Dairy Block in LoDo.
CTRL is the latest company to lease 42,600 square feet on the third floor of Dairy Block, reportedly drawn to LoDo’s vibrant local startup scene and downtown Denver’s reputation for artists and designers in RiNo.
Not merely a co-working space, the company aims to be a local home for aspiring and established entrepreneurs who aim to create, mold, and shape the future.
“We are ecstatic to become an integral part of the rich culture and community of LoDo Denver. Our mission is to cater and offer limitless and boundless opportunities for inventors, artists, creators, makers, and entrepreneurs to propel themselves forward,” said Taleia Mueller, chief operations officer for CTRL Collective.
According to Mueller, the people are what make CTRL’s atmosphere unique. Each team member at a location is carefully selected and trained to help create a hospitality approach to our offerings. Their spaces are a natural extension of the community they become a part of. Every location is designed to reflect the people of that city, the detail that is given has careful consideration, to emulate what makes that city special.
CTRL Collective has memberships that fit the needs of entrepreneurs at every stage of the startup lifecycle. Amenities include an art space, coffee bar, conference room, game lounge, free printing, video conference rooms and valet parking. The space is also dog friendly!
“Pairing our incredible people with beautiful design, and creating impactful amenities beyond a meeting room and phone booth, which are essential but aren’t substantial, we offer the Creation Lab or a VR/AR Studio for our members (locations offerings vary as the emphasis of the community defines the esthetic in each city). Finally, we bring incredible events, classes, panels, and workshops to our spaces for our members to push outside the norm and learning something as often as possible. We challenge entrepreneurs from every spectrum of creativity to join us in the movement of redefining what it means to be in co-working space,” says Mueller.
The company’s membership agreements prevent them from disclosing the names of the companies and individuals for confidentially purposes, but according to Taleia, they have some amazing members!
Images courtesy of CTRL Collective