Coworking Revolution

For entrepreneurs and telecommuters, coworking spaces used to be about shared expense and a reason to get out of your pajamas each day.

As the trend has evolved, so have the expectations—Cohere Coworking in Fort Collins offers a kitchen and lounges in addition to public and private workspaces, while Inkpad brags on good coffee and quirky design. The new Desk Chair in Loveland takes the trend and builds on it mightily—the company seeks to tap the town’s arts and indie culture with a reno-ed historic bank building that pushes the envelope even more on the amenity level. Think green spaces, like outdoor patios on multiple floors and a rooftop patio space for events. In addition to the mix of solo and huddle spaces for work, there are video-editing bays and space for light manufacturing. All work and no play? No way—members also opt in for the fitness room, indoor bike storage and onsite cafe. —Cara McDonald

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