Deep Space Workplace & Event Center in Denver

Private / Coworking Space
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

Owner sourced | Community approved

Who's clocked in to get work done here

Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Brew Fika (Parker Blend) coffee free for members
Tea Basic (Earl gray, English Breakfast)
Food Snacks (self-serve) and restaruant upstairs
Seating Capacity 60
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords coworking,meeting,private,shared,coffee,bar,snacks,desk,sofa,lounge,studio,art gallery, Has Food, Has Power
Web www.deepspace.me  

Pro Tips

You have to pay to work, but the coffee is free and the environment is all professionals...mostly tech and creative folks.

  • I have been at Deep Space almost six months. Brian the owner is great, and very accommodating. Little things like a choice of extension cords to asking “do you have any suggestions to help with…?” The rest of the coworkers will happily jump in with input if you ask, and you can sit at the counter which is a congregation spot for brainstorming. Stock cooler and snack for a $1 each, and all the coffee you can drink (Fika coffee is good). A good headset is all you need to work alone, or I used the meeting to invite others for business. I only needed the printer once but it did come in quite handy in a pinch. Also there is a few 3-D printers and a private conference room for larger groups. Some people come everyday and some come once a week, and even others come once a month. I like knowing I can surf the net without problems, and since most are techies I have had any problems. I walk for lunch as there is everything from fast food to sit down dining all nearby, and I love we are right on the walking trail. Very pleased with my time here, and I would recommend strongly.

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