Looking for a place to work that isn’t your kitchen table?

I work from home most of the time, blessing and a curse for sure. Not only do I do my consulting, but also my conference business, both are “ethereal”. I was reading a few blogs of other developers who are independent, and one was mentioning places that allowed you to ‘cowork’

I was intrigued, not just about what coworking is, but if it was doable in Denver.

Turns out; 1. it’s working in an office space, with conference rooms, desks, etc, that you basically just rent time in with other professionals who need space, but not over head. and 2. there’s a place in Denver, The Hive. I found ’em on a google map of places around the US that offer coworking. It’s a neat idea for sure. I’m not yet at that place, we just had an office installed in our new place (shout out for Out of Sight Cabinets) so I shant be leaving it any time soon, but if the need ever arises, I know where I’ll be looking… Maybe I should come up with a reason to have a meeting in town with a lot of people… mmmm :)

2 Comments so far

  1. hubs (unregistered) on January 15th, 2008 @ 3:56 pm

    executive suites have been around long before the hive.

  2. Nick (unregistered) on January 19th, 2008 @ 7:52 pm

    The Hive isn’t really an executive suite in the normal sense… it’s actually much more like the collaborative environments authors and artists have had for a long time.

    I’m a ‘resident’ and absolutely love the place. Lots of creative and cool folks working there. It’s quite collaborative… I would wholeheartedly recommend it.

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