Amy DiPierro, BusinessDen
The coworking gold rush has drawn another out-of-state prospector.
Los Angeles-based CTRL Collective announced this week that it leased 42,600 square feet on the third floor of the Dairy Block in LoDo.
The company will compete with the more than 800,000 square feet of shared office space tallied by BusinessDen in the city – or enough coworking to gobble up 66 percent of the Wells Fargo Center.
Taleia Mueller, who started CTRL alongside CEO David Bren in 2015, said she hopes to open by September, with 80 private offices taking up half the floor and open spaces taking up the rest.
Mueller said CTRL, which operates two coworking offices in Los Angeles and plans on opening two more in the L.A. area this summer, was drawn to LoDo because of local startups as well as downtown Denver’s reputation for artists and designers in RiNo.