The largest provider of flexible workspace globally is bringing its new coworking space concept to Denver.
Regus plans to open SPACES Denver-Ballpark
Feb. 27 in a historic building at 2301 Blake St., featuring 40 dedicated desks, a 5,000-square-foot business club, three meeting rooms for members and community residents and concierge-level hospitality services. Coworking memberships start at $199 a month. SPACES will also offer 140 private offices starting at $650 a month.
"The Millennial customer is going to be attracted to the building and the neighborhood," says Michael Berretta, vice president of network development for the Americas at Regus. "It will also be attractive to a whole host of companies, whether it's corporations, law firms or media companies. What we're seeing is increased demand for that type of location close to restaurants and evolving residential growth areas."
Regus is opening SPACES locations across the country and around the world. Locations that are already up and running include Amsterdam, The Netherlands; London and Liverpool in the United Kingdom; Long Island City, N.Y.; and Menlo Park, Calif. It has plans to open locations in France, Norway, Italy and Switzerland later this year.
"Our strength is a global network," Berretta says. "When a company looks to us for this type of environment, they're getting more than a single location."
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