Shift Workspaces to open second location in Uptown

Shift Workspaces has acquired a a three-story building in Denver’'s Uptown neighborhood that it plans to develop into a second location.

Known as the Cathedral High School and Convent complex, the 45,000-square-foot building at 1840 Grant St. will be renovated to include offices, shared workspace, conference and meeting rooms, event space and artist studios. The ground floor also will include a restaurant, cafe and/or retail space. The complex includes its own parking lot.

"We've seen an increase in demand for well-designed office and shared workspace in Denver and are extremely  excited to expand the Shift brand and community to a second location," says Grant Barnhill, CEO of Shift. 

Shift opened its first 15,000-square-foot location at 383 Corona St. in the Alamo Placita neighborhood in 2012.

"Our current members love our space, our community and the business benefits that we offer," Barnhill says. "Just like our Corona location, the new building will house a well-planned mix of traditional offices, shared workspaces and meeting and event space designed to encourage interaction, collaboration and innovation."

Shift has more than 100 members working in a variety of industries, including technology, legal, architectural, sales, health and education.

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