The Denver Shared Space Project is a nationally recognized public-private partnership that promotes best practice creation and operation of multi-tenant nonprofit centers in Denver.
Started in 2009 by the Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships, Urban Land Conservancy, and Piton Foundation, the Denver Shared Space Project serves as a local resource for information and expertise around shared office space for organizations within the social sector.
Currently supported by nearly 30 volunteers and with 24 shared spaces representing over 200 tenant organizations participating, the Shared Space Project has grown to be a vibrant resource for support throughout the community.
From listing or finding space and resources on our Shared Space Website to receiving one-on-one or small group technical assistance for your center through our Annual RFP Process or Shared Space Series to engaging in peer learning experiences by participating in our quarterly Learning Community, the Denver Shared Space Project has something for everyone looking to create and grow shared space centers throughout the Denver metro community.
The Project is also engaging with multiple City agencies, foundations, and the for-profit real estate community to ensure that shared space is leveraging resources and contributing to community and economic development efforts.
For more information or to get involved, please visit the Denver Shared Space website by clicking here or contact our Shared Space Project Coordinator Megan Devenport at firstname.lastname@example.org.