Founded in 2011 by remote workers in Denver that wanted more than an office, but a community.
Our mission is to help people to take advantage of jobs throughout the world, but live where they want to live, by creating supportive local coworking spaces. As a lover of small towns, Craig created Creative Density to be a friendly neighborhood clubhouses that support 21st century workers. We work hard to make remote working awesome, starting and sustain a freelance business easier, and to help bring strangers together. We believe that people are happier, more creative, and more productive by getting out of the house and into a work clubhouse.
We want every neighborhood and small city to have a collaborative coworking space.
Our Coworking Culture
Friendship is the foundation of our coworking culture. We want to be a productive place for people to express that through their work. We design our spaces not to be the most compact, but to provide a space that enables productivity while also providing opportunity for chance interactions. We lead by example with community managers that are entrepreneurial and giving.
We don’t focus on fancy amenities that are status symbols, but practical solutions that enable productivity and creativity.
The Amazing Team
United by our love for community and entrpreneuriship
Founder & CEO / HQ: Uptown - Denver
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Community Manger: Sunnyside & Park Hill
Traevena is energetic and ready to get to know you. She grew up in the Park Hill neighborhood and is obsessed with her two dogs. One day she’ll live in Paris, but until then she is plotting future events for the coworking community and learning new skills.
Community Manager / HQ: Chicago
Mary loves crafts and bringing people together. She brings these passions into her job by making the coworking space more than a workplace, but a hub for Logan Square. The space now hosts regular craft clubs, puzzles are always present, and the space is constantly changing with more plants and art.