Space to Create
13 units available for leasing now!
Trinidad’s Space to Create project is bringing 41 affordable rental units to the city for artists. This demonstration program will define how artists can spark interest and development, bring jobs, entice tourists, and help educated children in several rural and mountain communities scattered across Colorado. The Trinidad project, managed and led by Artspace, broke ground in the summer of 2018 and has transformed an entire historic block on Main Street into a 103,000 square foot complex with 13 rental apartments and 20,000 square feet of community space. These 13 units are now available for leasing; for more information on applying, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A second 35,000 square foot building is being erected on nearby Elm Street that will add another 28 live/work apartments. On either side of the Main Street property, space for amenities is available, such as galleries, maker facilities, gathering areas, and retail space. Partners in this exciting project include the Department of Local Affairs, History Colorado, the Office of Economic Development’s Colorado Creative Industries, and the Boettcher Foundation. Trinidad was certified as a Colorado Creative District in 2013.