“Park City and Kiln are a natural fit.”
Park City, UT— November 10, 2020— Kiln is expanding their operations by launching their fifth flex-office space and coworking community located at 1090 Center Drive, Park City, UT. The handcrafted workspace will offer private and open office spaces, meeting rooms, large event space, phone booths, and a robust set of wellness-focused amenities (including a mountaineering club) for transient executives, creatives, and tech and enterprise teams.
“Globally, Park City represents an intersection of work and lifestyle. Part of our mission is to elegantly blend those world’s together in a way that drives performance. Park City and Kiln are a natural fit.” says Arian Lewis, Founder and CEO of Kiln.
Kiln’s new Park City location will transform what was previously Kimball Junction’s Jupiter Bowling Alley. In partnership with Newpark Retail, EDA, and Serenity Construction, a joint restorative project is underway to provide all-inclusive, flexible office space solutions that enhance creativity, lifestyle, and professionalism.
“…communities like Park City seem to be the landing places for individuals and businesses that previously resided in large metropolises.”
“Post-COVID, the corporate strategy for workspace is evolving. Professionals have changed their appetite for how they want to work. Lifestyle focused communities like Park City seem to be the landing places for individuals and businesses that previously resided in large metropolises,” says Andrew Redpath, Co-Founder and COO of Kiln.
Kiln plans to grow across the Mountain West and West Coast, where sustainability and wellness are particularly prioritized. It has under-development up to five additional locations that are set to come online over the next 12 to 18 months in such markets as San Diego, Boise, and Phoenix.
Those interested in visiting Kiln Park City can book a tour here.