• Co-Working Spaces Just for Women

     
    POSTED October 17, 2019
     

    Charley Co. & RISE Collaborate Workspace, Denver

Earlier this year, we mentioned cool co-working spaces in Durango and Leadville. Now we have two more to share, both in Denver and focused on women.

RISE Collaborative Workspace has expanded beyond St. Louis by opening a new location in Denver on the corner of Colorado and 7th Avenue, in a space that exceeds 10,000 square feet and is located above Snooze Eatery and U.S. Bank. Denver RISE has 14 private offices, 10 dedicated desks, three conference rooms, one classroom, a social media room and more. RISE focuses on meeting the unique needs of businesswomen by engaging them with a community of members and providing collaboration opportunities and educational programming. Through its nonprofit arm RISE Society, high school girls can enroll in a mentorship program where they are matched with an adult member of RISE.

Charley Co. opened this summer inside The Source Hotel + Market Hall in RiNo and seeks members who are looking for more than just a place to sit. The goal is to build a community of driven women with the desire to grow alongside one another in their professional and personal lives. Charley Co. also has partnered with local companies to provide convenience like in-house salon services, dry cleaning, mailboxes to use as a business addresses, pop-up fitness classes, and a speakers series. Occupying the second level of the new hotel and market hall, Charley Co. spans 5,650 square feet and features six offices, four conference rooms, 1,000 square feet of open co-working space with desks, a break room, a mother’s nursing room, a library nook, and more.

The time is right; the stage is set. Groups are ready to meet face to face again, and the four-star luxury hotel MGM Grand Detroit is ready to welcome you back.

According to MPI’s report “Spring 2021 Meetings Outlook,” three-quarters of meeting professionals predict a face-to-face event this calendar year. And that definitely rings true for Lisa Williams, executive director of sales for the hotel.

 

After a year that kept most explorers close to home, the newly transformed Rand Tower Hotel Minneapolis is ready to whisk guests away on a new adventure. With the completion of a $110 million-dollar transformation, the Jazz Age architectural icon that once housed office space has been reborn as a luxe 270-room boutique hotel.