Movement Climbing + Fitness has partnered with Rayback Collective to bring a new, first-of-its-kind community space to RiNo.

This new community space will be a blend of the best activities that Coloradans love — climbing, eating, and, of course, drinking. It’s set to open this summer in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood, and is the brainchild of the founders of Movement Climbing + Fitness and Rayback Collective, who had met back in 2017 with hopes of creating e a space unlike any other in Colorado.

“We are incredibly excited to marry some of Colorado’s most cherished and popular trademarks under one roof,” said Mike Moelter, co-founder of Movement Climbing + Fitness, in a press release.

The 50,000-square-foot space will be located at 3201 Walnut Street, and it’ll consist of two parts: a Movement Climbing + Fitness location and a “hybrid food truck park-beer garden” called Improper City. It opens in the summer of 2018!

Movement’s side will have more than 50 yoga and fitness classes (per week) for members and a modified bouldering concept. And the Improper City will have everything else — a café, an indoor bar, an outdoor beer garden, and plenty of food trucks that’ll be circling Denver’s largest outdoor patio (12,000 square feet)! Oh, and there are also plans to have both an indoor and outdoor stage that will feature live music and art every week.

So, basically, this is going to be everyone’s new favorite hangout.

“It’s a place where you can grab local food truck fare or a microbrew after work or climbing. You can stop by in the morning for coffee and a bagel from a neighborhood baker. If you want to gather with friends or do work or chill after climbing, you can. It’s not a place to be proper,” said Justin Riley, co-owner of the Rayback Collective.

View the video below to get an idea of what the space will look like!

What are your thoughts on this new community space? Will you be visiting once it opens? Do you think more spaces similar to this hybrid will pop up in the future? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below, and let’s get the conversation started!

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