UPDATE as of January 3, 2021: Omicron is surging in Denver, so please be extra cautious, help slow the spread and keep the Posner Center Community healthy by:

  1. Working at home, if you can, until the surge slows.
  2. Staying home if you are not feeling well.
  3. Wearing a mask when you move about the building, even if you are vaccinated.

Is the Posner Center open? The Posner Center building (the Horse Barn) is open to Tenants 24/7. It is open to Members, Monday – Friday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, and for other arranged events. The building is staffed Monday – Friday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. The building is currently closed to the public. Front and back doors are locked and keycard access only.

What about volunteers, interns and invited visitors? Invited visitors, guests, volunteers, and interns are allowed building access if accompanied by Tenants, Members or Posner staff. We are not currently conducting public building tours.

Can Members use the building and rent meeting/event space? Yes. Contact Ezzie Dominguez at to arrange access and book space for meetings and events.

How do I access the building? Tenants have 24/7 keycard access. Members should arrange access through our Community Manager, Ezzie Dominguez, at .

What are the building Covid-19 prevention requirements? (Updated 13 December 2021 following Denver Public Health Order of 23 November 2021 requiring face masks inside public indoor spaces.)

Posner Center is now a “Fully Vaccinated Facility” certified by the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE). For all Tenants and Members (including their volunteers, interns, guests, visitors, delivery people, and contractors) AND event organizers:

    • Unvaccinated individuals must wear face masks at all times and everywhere inside the building.
    • Fully Covid-19 vaccinated persons who have provided proof of vaccination to their organizations/hosts or directly to Posner Center staff are NOT required to wear face masks. Fully Covid-19 vaccinated means two weeks after a person’s second dose in a two-dose series and two weeks after a single-dose vaccine. 
    • See the DDPHE Public Health Order for other information.

As we enter the new 2022 year, Omicron is surging in Denver.  Please be extra cautious, help slow the spread and keep the Posner Center Community healthy by:

    • Staying home if you are not feeling well.
    • Working at home, if you can, until the surge slows.
    • Wearing a mask when you move about the building, even if you are vaccinated.

What are you doing to keep the building clean and disinfected? We do regular building cleaning and disinfecting. We recommend you keep your personal work area clean and disinfected, especially when you first arrive and when you leave. We do NOT use bleach solutions for cleaning and disinfecting. We provide hand sanitizer throughout the building.

What are the maximum occupancy limits for Posner Center shared spaces? We do not have specific have Covid-19 prevention occupancy limits. Instead, we ask that you manage your shared space meetings and events in accordance with Covid-19 prevention requirements (see above).

Can I have an in-person, large-gathering event? Yes, if the event is managed in accordance with current Covid-19 prevention requirements (see above). Tenants can book on the Google calendar. Members book through Ezzie Dominguez at .

Can I use the kitchen? Yes. All Posner kitchen appliances, dishes, utensils, and other supplies are available for your use.

Can I bring my dog to Posner? Yes. Contact Ezzie Dominguez at to sign our dog policy before bringing your dog to the building. Sorry, no cats or other animals.

Can I bring my children to the building? Yes, following our Covid-19 prevention requirements (see above). Just be mindful we are not set up to be a daycare facility. Curtained phone booths are available for nursing moms, etc.