Creative Density is an exciting new venture in Denver that is quickly become and ideas hub for entrepreneurs and professionals. By bringing together freelancers, startups, and veteran corporate remote workers Creative Density is shaking up the way people work and interact along the front range.
Craig Baute, the owner, is available to meet with the media as well as most members.
Location 1719 Emerson St. Denver, CO 80218
Brief History of Creative Density:
- Creative Density is a coworking community of freelancers, startups, small business owners, and remote workers.
- Opened in June 2011 with room for over 65 members.
- Located in Uptown off of 17th Street by WaterCourse Foods and Hamburger Marys
- Coworking was designed for people that believe mobile doesn’t mean alone.
- Many local entrepreneurial and technology groups use Creative Density as their meeting space.
- Coworking will change the way people connect and work.
Brief History of Craig Baute:
- From Michigan and Chicagoland, and moved to Denver in April 2011.
- Marketing and MBA graduate with a background in market research and new product planning.
- Discovered coworking as a remote worker in Michigan and after working in coffee shops for over a year started to miss people and sharing ideas.
- Learned the importance of space design from John Berry, a former VP at Herman Miller and representative of modern design legends Charles and Ray Eames family.
- Traveled and lived temporarily in Canada, Hungary, and Australia.
- Loves helping people brainstorm new ideas and watching companies grow.
Past Coworking Articles:
- Seattle Times - Coworking: You could work from home but don’t want to – Seattle Times – 11/9/2010
- New York Times – Working in the Company of Strangers- 02/01/2010
- Wall Street Journal – Office (and Beanbag) Sharing Among Strangers – 12/31/2009
- Entrepreneur Magazine – Solo, but not Alone – 10/2009
- Shine – Tired of working alone? Try coworking – 8/13/2009
- Washington Post – Digital Nomads Ditch Cubicles for Shared Spaces, Choosing their Co-Workers – 7/26/2009
- Lunch.com – A glimpse of the future of work – 7/23/2009
- Business Week – How Co-working Is Working in Portland – 07/23/2009
- Laughing Squid – Co-Working: Origins and Future – 07/21/2009
- Marketplace – Sharing an office can be a good thing – 01/27/2009
- MSNBC – Cubicle haters find new home by ‘coworking’ (video) – 11/17/2008
- World Changing – Interview: Chris Messina and Ivan Storck on Green Coworking – 09/19/2008
- Seattle P-I – A Clubhouse for startups in Pioneer Square – 07/29/2008
- Wall Street Journal - Start-ups Share Space to Shave Costs – 7/28/2009
- The British Telegraph – Free up the workspace in your mind – 07/04/2008
- New York Times – Working Alone in a Group – 06/26/2008
- NPR Marketplace – Together, we can work solo (audio) – 05/19/2008
- Entrepreneur Magazine – A Place for the Home Based – 04/14/2008
- CNN – Telecommuters band together (video) – 03/31/2008
- New York Times – An Office Space of One’s Own for Entrepreneurs – 02/28/2008
- San Francisco Chronicle – Shared work spaces a wave of the future – 02/19/2008
- Mother Jones – Practical Values: Works Well With Others – 01/18/2008
- Coroflot Creative Seeds – Your Dream Office is Just Over There – 01/02/2008
- PC World – Co-working: The Ultimate in Teleworking Flexibility – 10/23/2007
- Wired – Freelancers Forgo Office Space for Casual Coworking – 07/20/2007
- New York Times – Plugged In at Home, but Somehow Left Out – 06/03/2007
- NY Post – Creating A Wireless Hub – 05/21/2007
- The Boston Globe – Offices are furnished, complete with friends – 05/03/2007
- ABCNews – Lonely Freelancer Seeks Social Office (video) – 03/01/2007
- BusinessWeek – Where the Coffee Shop Meets the Cubicle – 02/26/2007