Regus Executive Office Space
Regus Executive Office Space, which opened March 19 in the Shops at Northfield, offers short- and long-term office space and support services for businesses. “It’s a flexible solution for all types of businesses, from one-person startups to corporations,” said Jeremy Sarby, general manager of the new Northfield location. “We offer office and meeting room space from 60 square feet to 400 square feet, for use for one hour to long term.”
Regus also provides administrative and tech support as part of the lease package. “Our admin team answers calls, opens mail and books appointments for clients, as well as preparing Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint presentations,” said Sarby. “All our employees are trained in tech support. Our cost-saving structure takes the overhead out of traditional office space so businesses can focus on their bottom line. All you need is a laptop and a warm body to get going.”
Regus started in 1989 in Brussels and now has 3,000 locations in 100 countries. Stapleton’s 5,500-square-foot operation is the 20th location in Denver.
Sarby said, overall in Regus offices, 50 percent of the clients are solo entrepreneurs and the other 50 percent are two- to three- person operations and larger. Globally, the company provides support for Twitter, Exxon and BP.
Regus Executive Office Space, 8354 Northfield Blvd., Building G, Suite 3700, can be reached at 720-709-4700 or regus.com.
Endodontist Dr. Jason Read opened Stapleton Endodontics May 25 in Northfield. Endodontics is root canals and related dental treatment. Read said he chose Stapleton for his startup practice because it’s a growing neighborhood that needs endodontic specialists. “I wanted to go where I’m needed,” he said.
Read said the best part of his job is getting people out of pain. “I’m like an ER doc,” Read said. “Tooth pain can be intense because it is inflammation inside the tooth, which cannot expand. I provide complete and immediate pain relief.”
The office offers top-of-the-line equipment for accurate diagnosis and treatment, Read said. “We have a 3D CT scan, which is rare for a startup because they are expensive—around $100,000. The 3D imaging is a game-changer in my practice because it takes the guesswork out of diagnoses.” Read was attracted to the new 1760-square-foot space because of the light. “The wall-to-ceiling windows make it really beautiful,” he said. “We made the office a cozy fall thing using earth tones, and the operatories are ergonomic for the patients and the doctor.” Stapleton Endodontics, 8354 Northfield Blvd., Suite #2750, can be reached at 720.859.1717 or email@example.com. For more information, see stapletonendo.com.
Cars and dogs in need of a bath can get cleaned up at the new Autowash, 50th and Central Park Blvd. (next to ExtraSpace Storage), opening in mid-June.
Owner Dennis Dreeszen opened his first Autowash at 20th and Central Park in 2013 and says it’s a hit with dog-washers. “The trick is to get people to use it the first time,” he said. “It’s a faster, easier way to wash the dog and everyone loves it. It’s fun for the dog and the family. What we learned is to remind folks to bring a towel. People forget, and it’s hard to blow-dry a soaked dog.”
The new north Stapleton Autowash is in a good location to serve the Stapleton, Commerce City and Montbello neighborhoods, Dreeszen said.
Autowash adheres to a “green” philosophy, said Dreeszen. “We use all LED lighting, and we reclaim between 30 and 50 percent of the water used. We use soap that is non-acidic and non-hazardous.”
Autowash, open 24 hours, is well-lit at night and has 24-hour surveillance for safety, Dreeszen said.
Read online about the first Stapleton Autowash that opened in 2013. Find the new Autowash in north Stapleton at 5050 Central Park Blvd., 303-927-9061, or go to autowashstapleton.com.
The new ExtraSpace Storage, at Northfield and Central Park boulevards, meets the needs of a growing community, said facility co-owner Lisa Glynn: “Denver is experiencing job and population growth and people are transitioning into Stapleton. We meet a temporary need to store their belongings while they transition from one home to another.”
The 100,000-square-foot facility, opened March 2, offers storage units ranging from 5-by-5 feet to 10-by-30 feet. “The 10 by 10 is the most popular,” Glynn said. “It’s a good mid-size unit that will hold most of a one-bedroom apartment.”
Glynn and her partner, Tom Razo, also own the nearby ExtraSpace Storage facility at Martin Luther King Blvd. and Ulster St. ExtraSpace storage operates 32 locations in Colorado and 1,100 nationwide.
Security is provided by an on-site manager, multiple video cameras and a coded gate access. The units are climate-controlled to protect the items stored. “The units are kept between 55 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit, protecting the contents from Colorado’s wide temperature swings,” Glynn said. “This is important for nice furniture, pictures and electronics. It also reduces dust and pests.”
ExtraSpace Storage, 5062 Central Park Blvd., can be reached at 303.615.3755, or 855.717.2992, toll-free. For more information, see extraspace.com.