Coworking in
Old Town Fort Collins

At 418 South Howes Street

be independent together!

If you’re into sharing, making friends and being wildly productive then we like you just the way you are. Come join our eclectic coworking community of remote workers, freelancers and non-profits.

Schedule a Tour

Meet Your New Friends

Business Owners @ Cohere

Ellen O’Neill

Graphic Recorder and Illustrator

Ellen partners with individuals and businesses in many fields by turning their ideas into informative visuals. She has loved every minute of living in Fort Collins for 18 years.

Noted by Ellen

Angel Kwiatkowski

Cohere Founder

She’s one of the hardest working evangelists for the coworking movement and her mom makes bomb-a** cookies. You know her, probably like her, and possibly love her.

DIY Coworking

John Garvey

Founder and Chief Storytelling Officer

John moved to Fort Collins six years ago in the middle of a torrential downpour. He helps busy entrepreneurs elevate their marketing to achieve greater impact and win high-value clients.

Garvington Creative

Remote Workers @ Cohere

Jenny Tweedy

Livestock Production Manager

Jenny has lived in Fort Collins for the last 10 years, she enjoys her career in the cattle industry by managing feeder cattle for a Wagyu Branded Beef Company.

Meet Jenny

Mark Nielsen, Ph.D.

Science Education Program Officer

An Evergreen native, Mark recently moved back to Colorado after a stint in Corvallis, Oregon (where he got a Ph.D. in oceanography), Boston, and D.C. He came back to be near his family.

Meet Mark

Julianna Kobs

Chief Operating Officer

Julianna is a master chaos coordinator. She’s worked remotely with 33Vincent, with a mission to elevate the work of business leaders through high caliber executive assistant support.  

Meet Julianna

Where Does it Hurt?

Instantly expand your social network by 70 people

Flexible coworking “office hours” to choose your start and end time

Low stress, small scale social connection events

Structured work sprints get you from “to do” to “hell yeah!”

Everyone else is working, you can too!