A new coworking space for creative and technology professionals and entrepreneurs is now open in downtown Cheyenne. Free tours of the new Array Space are available Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.
The space contains private glass offices, an open working space, a stage, and a green screen A/V room. In addition, the warm and welcoming environment includes a water-vapor fireplace, 154 living plants, and comfy furniture. It was designed to create a sense of belonging and include community movie nights, workshops on technology and design, rooftop barbecues, and special events. The Array Building is within walking distance of multiple coffee shops, bars, and various downtown activities.
"I adore working at Array," said Baylie Evans, gBETA Cheyenne Director and one of the permanent office tenants at Array. "Being among creative, hard-working people in this bright and modern space is great for my productivity, and I genuinely enjoy being at the office."
In January 2019, Array acquired the 110-year-old former Grier Furniture Building in downtown Cheyenne and has been renovating the building with updated air conditioning and heating, electrical, wireless fiber internet for its staff, students, and apprentices. Now, the new Array Building is open to the entire community.
“We are so very excited to finally welcome any and all to the new Array Building in downtown Cheyenne. We wanted to create a unique modern space for our community to learn, work, and grow. We think we’re building exactly just that,” said Eric “ET” Trowbridge, CEO of Array.
Array offers a free one-day pass for new members and all-inclusive memberships that range from $99/month to $199/month. Private glass offices are available for $999/month.
To become a member and learn more, please visit www.arrayschool.com.