This beast of a space occupies four distinct floors in an industrial setting. From the basement to the rooftop (open and comfortable every day, despite Colorado’s weather), there’s a different vibe going on on each floor. The basement is pretty dark with these glowing bottle service tables lining the sides of the room, and it feels very underground because it is. The main floor above it is similar but with much more production; a Funktion One sound system, a space to chill in the back of the room, and two designated bottle service booths. Off of the main floor is a patio for smoking. The second floor is split into two halves—one half is called the Glass Lounge, which is primarily used as a private events space, and the other half has bottle service booths, pool tables and you can usually find circles of people breakdancing to Top 40 music on this floor. The rooftop is partially enclosed on one half, partially exposed to the elements on the other half. There’s a bunch of seating outside, including fire pits, heaters for when it’s cool out, and misters for when it’s warm out. You can also rent out hookahs on the rooftop. The inside features even more bottle service tables and a second Funktion One sound system.