Colorado Chamber Has Moved to New Office Space

The Colorado Chamber of Commerce has relocated to a new office building in downtown Denver. The new address is 1700 Broadway, Suite 525 in the Atrium Campus.

The new office includes a more collaborative workspace for employees, technology upgrades to better connect statewide Chamber members, additional individual office space to support team growth, and an expanded conference room with enhanced video and audio technology capabilities. These features will help facilitate the implementation of the Colorado Chamber’s 10-year strategic action plan to improve the state’s business climate.

“It’s fitting for the state chamber to call a building with such historic significance – Denver’s first modern high-rise – our new home,” said President and CEO Loren Furman. “This modernized office space will accommodate the Colorado Chamber’s recent growth and renewed strategic vision, enabling us to better support our members across the state. It was also important for us to remain in close proximity to the State Capitol to continue our advocacy work as the most effective voice of the statewide business community.”

The expanded office and meeting space will support the Colorado Chamber’s recent increase in membership growth and program participation, with the largest membership base the organization has had in more than 10 years.

The Colorado Chamber has significantly expanded its programs in recent years, including the creation of new technology, legal reform, environmental, workforce and local chamber alliances that utilize the Chamber’s office facilities. The Chamber has also created several new staff positions to meet its growing needs and focus on major priorities, including experts in regulatory affairs, strategic initiatives and communications.


The Colorado Chamber of Commerce champions free enterprise, a healthy business environment and economic prosperity for all Coloradans. It is the only business association that works to improve the business climate for all sizes of business from a statewide, multi-industry perspective. What the Colorado Chamber accomplishes is good for all businesses, and that’s good for the state’s economy. It was created in 1965 based on the merger with the Colorado Manufacturers’ Association.