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ALL THE CREATURE COMFORTS These spaces may be industrial by definition, but their vibe is way more “creative wonderland” than “cold warehouse.” Almost any type of business can make itself right at home here among high ceilings, large windows and tree-filled views that give imagination and ambitions room to roam. Plus, your inner animal will stay comfy year-round with swamp coolers and central heat that keep each little ecosystem the perfect temp.

SIT. STAY. What is it, girl? What’s going on? Something about a warehouse? Take us there, girl! If you’re in the market for some serious square footage at a stellar price, follow our lead to this Boulder warehouse so big it should be designated open space. With dock-level and drive-in loading, high ceilings and parking, this spot is ideal for a shipping company or anyone with a nose for value. First one there’s a lucky dog!

IT’S OKAY TO STARE Unusual? Maybe. Desirable? Definitely. Eye-catching? Don’t even get us started. This multi-tenant office building of architectural awe was built in 1969 and has been holding down the corner of Broadway and Portland like a boss ever since. The bold box windows let in loads of natural light while the warm yet modern wood details and blocks-from-Pearl location make it hard to look away.

LIVING THE DREAM We hereby certify this property as the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Whether you’re an investor looking to plus up your portfolio with a little something-something (it’s a cozy size) or want to buy the building and work here yourself, this place is Potential Central. The area bustles with small businesses, artisans and entrepreneurs, and this condo is officially zoned—by us—as one of Boulder’s best places to work.

ALL THEGOOD FEELS There’s a lot of good juju here, and that’s something that can’t be bought...though it can be leased. This collection of super flexible floorplans is not only minutes from the feel-good vibes of Boulder, but it’s also surrounded by a slew of neighbors doing their feel-good thing, like an outdoor gear brand and a gardening company. Why not bring your vision to life here and keep a good thing going?

If you seek a place of peace, this space is just your lease. See that? We’re poets and don’t even know it. One thing we do know, though, is that this office also has great location on lock. It’s so close to all the Boulder eats and action, it almost hurts (but we swear it actually feels really good). You can’t lose in downtown B-town.

SITTING ON A GOLDMINE Louisville may have been founded as a coal mining community (true story), but this retail space is the stuff of real estate gold. The open floorplan is flush with potential and it sits pretty on one of the city’s most traveled thoroughfares: McCaslin. Shops, restaurants, big box stores, and services surround this high-value address drawing plenty of customers, so you won’t have to dig too deep to strike success here.

ALL THE GOOD FEELS There’s a lot of good juju here, and that’s something that can’t be bought...though it can be sub-leased. This collection of super flexible floorplans is not only minutes from the feel-good vibes of Boulder, but it’s also previously occupied (and happily outgrown) by A Precious Child, a warm-fuzzy nonprofit that helps families facing crisis. Why not bring your vision to life here and keep a good thing going?

BRING YOUR IMAGINATION They say that great minds think alike. In this case, great minds think right here. This long and skinny, yet roomy workspace is a real estate epiphany waiting to happen for flex-office hunters and creative types. The exposed ceilings leave plenty of head space for big ideas, the concrete floors give it a cool, industrial edge, and the central Boulder location is the perfect place for working minds to play.

YES, VIEWS INCLUDED It is hard to have a bad day while working in a quiet, second-story office with clear views of the Flatirons. Take time between tasks to soak up vistas of the “Chautauqua Slabs”, as they once were known, or head across the street for countless dining and shopping options. Two offices are available in this 540 square foot suite, but with easy parking and a central Boulder location, don’t expect them to last very long.