How we're create a clean and safe coworking space during COVID19

Keeping our community safe

We are committed to providing small businesses and remote workers a safe and clean work environment as we re-open. Here are eight steps we’re taking to allow physical distancing and practice good health while getting out of the house to work.

3x Daily

We have cleaning supplies and wipes everywhere. We are also cleaning surfaces, knobs, and commonly touched surfaces 3x a day.

Creating More Space Between Desks

The floorplan has been updated and chairs have been removed to allow people to work further apart. 

Hand Sanitizer at Every Desk Cluster

Hand sanitizer is available at all entryways and spray hand sanitizer will be availble at every desk and office. Keep those hands clean!

Face Masks in High Traffic Areas

Face masks will be encouraged in all high-traffic areas where social distnacing is not easy. This basically means the kitchen.

Adding Barriers Between Desks

For additional security, we have added barriers between some desks that allows for additional social distancing. 

Disposoable Kitchen Items

In order to reduce high-touch surfaces, the kitchen will be stocked with disposable plates, cups, and silverware.

2x Professional Cleanings

Professional cleanings will double so that the place will be extra clean and will have a nice shine.

Social Distancing Signs

If you want extra space, that’s OK. We will have signs provided that will let other people know.

Need a Quiet, Clean Space? Private Offices available at all locations

We have furnished private offices available on a month-to-month basis starting at $550 at all three of our locations. Schedule a tour and move in today. No hidden fees, no leases.

Our Mission:
Authentic Coworking in Denver and the Front Range

Since starting Creative Density in 2011 it has been a community for workers of the modern economy. From remote workers moving arriving to their new city, encouraging and supporting new freelance careers, to being a place where friends meet that share a passion. An authentic coworking community focuses on creating connections, building friendships, and putting people first and space second.

‘Coworking allows people to live where they want to live, but work for companies beyond their commute. It’s a catalyst for cities, for property owners, and for the community.’ – Craig Baute

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