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We all kinda wish we could have a second home in the mountains. A place to kick back or crash, store some gear, and maybe even shoot off a few emails between ski runs or after a hike. We can’t help you with real estate, but we just might have the next best thing. Denver, meet Gravity Haus, a Breckenridge coworking community that is as focused on wellness as it is on function.
Gravity Haus was born from the brain of Galvanize founder Jim Deters. The creative entrepreneur clearly has a pulse on what people are looking for at the intersection of work, wellness, community, and hospitality. So, why not put them all under the same roof? He did, and this space seems to have thought of everything.
Sitting at the base of Peak 9 in Breck, Gravity Haus is setting out to be the ultimate social house for the modern adventurer, no matter the age or ability level. The wellness-focused space, slated to open its doors December 9, will combine Starter Haus, a fully-equipped coworking space, with gear storage, social programming, eats and drinks, expert-guided excursions, and lodging on site.
But it’s not all about productivity and play. Gravity Haus will also be a place to refuel and recharge. Get ready to veg out and zen out at the mountain-side Japanese-inspired onsen with four hot tubs, one cold tub, and one dry sauna. Train or recover at Dryland Sports, the high-tech fitness center with a full recovery studio (and NormaTec compression sleeves!). You can also grab some healthy eats at Cabin Juice, a restaurant that’ll excite both health nuts and foodies that serves nutrient-dense eats to fuel and satisfy. Top it all off with a cup from Unravel Coffee, a sustainably-focused coffee shop already serving Southeast Denver.
And if you’re looking to stay the night, know that this Haus has rooms, too. They’re upscale, but true to the Gravity Haus goal of being accessible to all, they are designed to be shared if you want (hello, queen bunk beds!). Think Airbnb meets hostel, as the Gravity Haus team explained to Fitt.
Want a sneak peek so you can experience it for yourself? Check out some of what’s to come at Denver’s own Dryland Sports and Unravel Coffee (who are actually neighbors), which serves as the inspiration and blueprint for their Breck counterparts. And keep an eye on their calendar for preview events happening along the Front Range.
Dryland and Starter Haus officially open for work and play on December 2, and Cabin Juice has a soft launch planned for the weekend of December 6.
And looking forward, sales director Dave Northrop told us Breck is just the beginning. Jim and his team plan to replicate this model in ski and surf towns around the world. But for now, they’re staying close to home, slopeside, as they scope out their next property to renovate in Colorado. Check out their two membership levels and get in on the action before intro pricing ends December 1.