Tramway Nonprofit Center

  • Location:
    3532 Franklin Street
    Denver CO 80205
  • Rent Cost:
    $12 per square foot
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  • Lease Options:
    short and long term
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  • Energy Efficiency:
    New, energy efficient windows
  • Building Amenities:
    ADA Accessibility,Alarm System,Classroom,Kitchen,Large Conference Room,Proximity to Bus,Small Conference Room,Training Room
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  • Cotenants:
    Early Excellence Program, Civic Canopy, cityWild, Denver Early Childhood Council, Denver Urban Scholars, GOAL Academy, Colorado Disability Benefits Support Program, WorkLife Partnership

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The Tramway Nonprofit Center is an historic building that dates back to the 1890s. Formerly the Phillips Center (named after its previous owner Chuck Philips), the Tramway was acquired by Urban Land Conservancy (ULC) in 2007. ULC is a Colorado non-profit organization established in 2003 to acquire, develop, and preserve community assets in urban areas such as schools, affordable housing, and office space for non-profits. The Tramway Nonprofit Center serves the local community through providing affordable space, opportunities for collaboration, and benefits of shared services and purchasing to nonprofits. It is currently home to eight nonprofits.  The building has undergone a roof renovation and energy efficiency upgrade.  In addition, solar panels will be installed in early spring 2013 that will help off-set some of the electricity costs in the building.  Spaces range in size from a single office or cluster of offices to large classroom spaces. 

The Tramway Nonprofit Center is a member of the Denver Shared Space Project and works to support nonprofits interested in using the shared space approach to leverage their resources and increase their impact.  For more information or to schedule a showing, contact ULC Asset Team at 303-377-4477 x.19 or