ManCaves coming to Centennial


A three-acre vacant lot across from the Denver Broncos training facility will soon be the home to ManCaves, an industrial condo-like development designed to give guys — and gals — more room for their stuff.

The concept came about through developer Matt Mullin’s frustration with finding adequate space to work on his car. “Storage units were too small and of course, a warehouse was too big, and retail space is too expensive and comes with restrictions,” said Mullin from his home in Park City, Utah. “I needed something in between.”

Mullin, and his partners Jack Koson and Terry Staples, hope to create more than just a place to store cars, RVs and boats. Mullin said he hopes the design will also foster a sense of community with the 64-unit, 60,000-square-foot facility.

“There will be a common lounge and other amenities,” he said. “We hope the concept will bring together people of similar interests and the best part is, it’s not a place you rent. You own it.”

Single units run approximately 450 square feet and are priced at $55,000, plus an annual owners’ association fee. Although not zoned for residential living, units will be accessible anytime and ownership can be split among friends.

Financing is available through ManCaves or though a preferred lender.

Each man cave will come with ample power outlets, concrete floors and stainless steel walls, fully customizable to individual needs and tastes.

Multiple units may also be purchased to accommodate owners who want more space.

“The possibilities are endless,” Mullin said. “They can be everything from just storage to high-end hangouts with pool tables and big screen televisions.”

Mullin said ManCaves hopes to break ground by the end of the year, but that will depend on unit pre-sales.

ManCaves is located at 13303 E. Adam Aircraft Circle, near Broncos Parkway. For more information on Man Caves or for pre-sale queries, visit or call 970-626-2283.


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