Serendipity Catering Highlights a Friend
The Alliance Center
Conveniently located at 1536 Wynkoop Street near Colorado's State Capitol, the 16th Street Mall, and Union Station, the Alliance Center features a high-performance event space housed in a historic building that was originally constructed in 1908. By installing energy efficient and contemporary green solutions, they can offer aesthetic beauty, environmental conservancy, historical preservation and highly sustainable performance.
The Alliance Center is a flexible community event space that
can be rented to a 14-person
volunteer training up to a 180-person art exhibit and everything
We asked Laura of Barefoot PR
to give us more of the 411 on this exciting, innovative venue:
What sets the Alliance Center from other local venues?
Many people may be surprised to learn that The Alliance Center is over 100 years old! We worked with some incredibly talented designers and architects to conceive this cutting edge green renovation and transform the building into a high-performance, high-tech and sustainably-minded space.
Can you tell us more about the Alliance Center's green, and earth-friendly practices?
We encourage all of our tenants and visitors to recycle and compost while in the building, and we really try to minimize our water consumption. The Alliance Center's toilets, urinals, faucets and water fountains are either waterless
What types of events is the Alliance Center
best suited for?
The Alliance Center truly is a space for ALL. We are best suited for board meetings and staff development trainings , lectures and educational events, receptions and smaller fundraising galas. The space is incredibly flexible and easy to adjust for various event types!
Learn More About 'The Space for All' Giveaway Here!
You are hosting a BIG giveaway!
Please tell us more!
Most events are wasteful by nature, so we want to know how you would use The Alliance Center's event space for a more green and sustainable event. Enter our 'Space for All' Giveaway and share your event plan to win a FREE four-hour space rental for up to 100 people plus FREE CATERING from Serendipity Catering! The Giveaway will run from Monday, July 14 through August 21 and is open to all local organizations with 501(c) (3) nonprofit status.
For event rental information contact
Megan Moore Stribling303.405.6729 [email protected]
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