Industrious Denver Renting Co-working Office Spaces

Industrious Denver rendering

Industrious Denver Co-Working SpaceDENVERIndustrious Denver, a co-working space under construction at 1801 California Street, is slated to open their Denver location December 15. Community Manager Emily Coe and Operations Associate Hannah Kojm are giving tours of the space for those interested in renting.

“It’s an exciting time to be in the co-working space; both in Denver and across the country,” stated Coe. “We are thrilled to provide our five-star hospitality and modern design to Denver-based SMBs and Fortune 500s. We provide the hospitality people deserve, in the place they least expect it, which has proven to be an X-factor for our success.”

Founded in 2013, Industrious has 32 locations across the United States that focus on creating a community. Once complete, the 26,672-square-foot Denver location will feature 90 private offices, as well as dedicated desks, shared co-working spaces, conference rooms and phone booths.

“There’s no hidden fees or surprise expenses with Industrious,” stated Coe. “Our monthly fee includes access all of our membership benefits, which includes things like a complimentary cafe offering breakfast, fresh fruit, snacks, and beverages; 24/7 access; unlimited printing; internet access; professional conference rooms to host clients and team meetings; and access to all Industrious workplace locations across the country.”

Industrious Denver Co-Working Space

Industrious also has several discounts for 12-month agreements and 2-month notice. Currently Industrious Denver is running a referral program for tips on who might need a new office space.

Most recently Industrious has expanded to PittsburghDallas and Charlotte. Industrious Head of Communications Kym Lino says they are currently gearing up to launch several locations, including spaces in IndianapolisMadison, two new locations in Atlanta and a second location in Minneapolis.

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Floor plan courtesy of Industrious. Photos courtesy of Liz Gibbons.



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