Artists make over shared office space

Artist decorate the walls of Ignitrr with spray paint. Photos by Burl Rolett.

Artist decorate the walls of Ignitrr with spray paint. Photos by Burl Rolett.

Broadway already boasts its share of graffiti, but a shared office startup is inviting a little more.

Artists plugged away at Ignitrr last week, coating more than 200 feet of wall space at the forthcoming office with spray-paint murals. The group, led by Denver-based artist Brian Simmonds, splashed some color on what Ignitrr’s co-founders called an “empty industrial box” on Broadway.

Ignitrr is a shared office and incubator business owned by Brock Predovich and Dean Haritos. The pair signed a lease on their 9,000-square-foot space at 445 Broadway last December. Earlier this year, Ignitrr advertised lease rates ranging from $300 for a desk to $1,800 for its larger offices.

Predovich and Haritos hoped to bring about 30 different companies into Ignitrr by opening. The pair hopes to turn a profit on the business not only by leasing space, but also by investing money in some of Ignitrr’s member companies.

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