Denver's Entrepreneurship Hub

We believe entrepreneurship is a community sport! The Commons on Champa is a public hub for entrepreneurship and is a first-of-its-kind public, private and nonprofit partnership that is a catalyst for economic development in Denver. It is built on three key elements – space, programming and community – to accelerate Downtown Denver’s culture of innovation and entrepreneurship. As a unique gathering place for Denver’s diverse community of business builders and innovators, The Commons expands access for entrepreneurs in all industries through high quality programming, advanced technology, networking and other resources. The Commons was founded by the Downtown Denver Partnership, Colorado Technology Association and the City of County of Denver and with the support of 39 organizations who contributed time, resources and financial contributions including platinum partners Comcast, JPMorgan Chase & Co., the Quarterly Forum and Liberty Global. The Commons is managed and operated by the Downtown Denver Partnership.

Why Was The Commons Created?

The Commons on Champa was founded to support startups across all industries and to expand access to entrepreneurship, ensuring Denver remains one of the best cities in the country to start and grow a business.

What does The Commons offer Entrepreneurs?

With 20,000 square feet of space featuring hi-tech amenities, 3 community rooms, a large lounge and a 200 person event space, The Commons provides high-quality programming, education, networking and resources at low to no cost for entrepreneurs.