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Speer neighborhood getting new coworking space

The former warehouse is slated to open in Oct. 2016.

A rendering of the finished space.

Alchemy Creative Workspace, a new coworking space at 66 S. Logan St., is nearing completion and will welcome entrepreneurs in October.

Designed by Chris Fulenwider, Alchemy co-founder and president of CF Studio Architecture + Development, Alchemy features dedicated desks, co-working memberships and private office suites for startups and small businesses.

"Chris and I wanted to create more than just another co-working space in Denver," says Travis McAfoos, co-founder of Alchemy. "Alchemy is a shared office alternative where collaboration, mutual respect, life-work balance and collective well-being are embraced in an atmosphere of positive entrepreneurial spirit."

Located in an old bow-truss warehouse building, Alchemy's two-story design stems from a central axis through the center of the cathedral-like space, where interaction among members will be promoted with lounge seating areas, high-top tables, a bar, kitchen and the main conference room. A nest lounge area will be between trusses and on top of the conference room, which has a raised ceiling. 

The first floor of the building will feature a new yoga studio, and dogs will be welcome at Alchemy. Free local craft beers will be served daily and there are plans for monthly member networking events.

"The Baker and Wash Park neighborhoods currently do not have office options like Alchemy," Fulenwider says. "Not only are we filling a void for people who don't want to work at home or deal with a commute downtown, we know the location's proximity to so many great lifestyle options are a huge draw."

Contact Confluence Denver Development News Editor Margaret Jackson with tips and leads for future stories at margaret@confluence-denver.com.

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Margaret is a veteran Denver real estate reporter and can be contacted here.
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