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NEWS: Park City added to Mountain Coworking Alliance with ELEVATE

The alliance of mountain-town Coworking spaces continues to grow – now offers reciprocal membership benefits to eight coworking spaces across the country

Oct. 2014 – With the addition of Park City’s coworking space, Assemble Park City, the Mountain Coworking Alliance now provides access to eight coworking spaces near Jackson Hole, Vail, Aspen, North Lake Tahoe, South Lake Tahoe, Durango, Breckenridge and now Park City.   

Mountain town coworking spaces offer local startups, entrepreneurs, business owners, students and corporate workers plus vacationers a flexible and affordable place to work and gather in a collaborative environment.

The way people work is changing

The way people work is changing. And where they work is changing. It’s estimated that more than half of the workforce will work remotely by 2020. 

The Mountain Coworking Alliance offers members two free days at the participating spaces, including: 

Tahoe Mill Collective in North Lake Tahoe (near Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley) 

Tahoe Mountain Lab in South Lake Tahoe (near Heavenly) 

Spark Jackson Hole in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Assemble Park City in Park City, Utah

Durango WorkSpace in Durango, Colorado 

RiverCoWorks in Basalt, Colorado (near Aspen/Snowmass)


Base Camp in Avon, Colorado (near Vail and Beaver Creek)


ELEVATE in Frisco, Colorado  (near Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail and Copper Mountain)

To take advantage of the two free reciprocal days, workers must have a membership at their home coworking space and must contact the visiting coworking space at least a week in advance to make arrangements. Space is offered pending availability.

The Mountain Coworking Alliance capitalizes on another trend – skiers and snowboarders who plan multiple trips within one ski season to different resorts. This has been driven, in part, by the popularity of affordable multi-resort season passes like the Mountain Collective and Epic Pass. The Mountain Coworking Alliance now provides flexible places to work with access to more than a dozen of the top-rated ski resorts in the country ranging from Jackson Hole to Aspen and from Heavenly to Breckenridge. 

The Mountain Coworking Alliance reciprocal program starts Nov. 1. For more information about the program, contact the coworking spaces:

Megan at Tahoe Mill Collective:

Jamie at Tahoe Mountain Lab:

Megan at Spark Jackson Hole:

Kelly at Assemble Park City:

Steve at RiverCoWorks:

Jasper at Durango Workspace:

Brad or Doug at Base Camp:

Amy or Julia at ELEVATE: or


BLOG: The best way to avoid Sunday skier traffic … coworking

You just had an epic morning on the slopes but now traffic is starting to build up and your commute back home to the Front Range will be hours in the dark on snow-covered slopes.

Instead of spending your afternoon and evening stuck in gridlocked traffic … work.


“Being productive on Sunday afternoons, or while you’re spending a week at the ski condo you share with friends every winter, is part of the idea behind the new co-working space Elevate CoSpace ( in Frisco,” says the Denver Post in an article about ELEVATE. 

Read the whole article here:

BLOG: The 9 Colorado coworking spaces you should know

Built in Colorado has released their list of the top Colorado coworking spaces you should know. 

Here’s the abbreviated list (and pay attention to the last one … ELEVATE coSPACE!):

  1. Galvanize
  2. Industry
  3. Shift
  4. Thrive
  5. Green Spaces
  6. CoLab Boulder
  7. Impact Hub Boulder
  8. Innovation Pavilion

Read the full article here:



NEWS: TV8 segment on #coworking

The four founders of ELEVATE coSPACE appeared on Outside TV/TV8 to talk about opening the first coworking space in Frisco, Colorado.