New coworking space coming to Kimball Junction

NEWPARK TOWN CENTER, Park City, UT. — Kiln, a chain of office work spaces, will open its fifth location in Park City on April 1, expanding into Park City’s coworking space market at a time when more people than ever are working remotely. The new outlet, at 1090 Center Drive in the Newpark Town Center in Kimball Junction, will take over the former Jupiter Bowl space. The Utah-based company, in partnership with Newpark Retail, EDA, and Serenity Construction, is  transforming the former bowling alley into an “all-inclusive, elevated flex-office space community.”

Kiln Park City will be a lifestyle-oriented workspace that complements the culture of Park City’s active mountain resort community, its owners said.

“Globally, Park City represents an intersection of work and lifestyle,” said Arian Lewis, founder and CEO of Kiln. “Part of our mission is to elegantly blend those worlds together in a way that drives performance. Given how many locals work remotely, even prior to the pandemic, there is clearly a need for a venue that encourages like-minded professionals to meet and connect in a state-of-the-art, collaborative setting.”

The 22,000 square-foot space will include private and open offices, meeting rooms, a large event area, a podcast studio, phone booths, and some wellness-focused amenities. It’ll also offer ski storage and bike racks.

A private working studio for teams.
A private working studio for teams.

“We also expect to also cater to second homeowners who need work or meeting space when visiting or even hosting corporate retreats,” Lewis said. “Additionally, we hope that Kiln Park City will be used by businesses on the Wasatch Front who have employees in Park City who may appreciate a workplace closer to home.”

Kiln’s approach to preventing the spread of Covid-19 in its offices includes installing hospital-grade proactive HVAC purifiers, micro-ionizers utilizing UVC technology, contactless temperature checks, way-finding and human circulation systems, and social distancing and spacing.

Anyone interested in visiting Kiln Park City before its official opening can book tours online or email Sales Manager Kelsey at

Kiln, whose founders (Arian Lewis, Andrew Redpath, and Leigh Radford) have been designing and opening coworking spaces across the globe for a decade, has more than more than 1,100 members and 250 businesses who utilize its four U.S. locations (Lehi’s two offices, Salt Lake City, and Boulder, CO). Twenty percent of each location’s office space is dedicated to coworking space, i.e. open-concept floating desks that aren’t confined within walls, and 80 percent is dedicated to flex private-office space designed for teams of up to 50.


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