Founded in 2015, Invisible City treated Denver partygoers to a bacchanal of masquerade balls and disco brunches—until COVID-19 put an end to the revelry. After a two-year hiatus, the upscale events business relaunched in September, and while it still throws one-off fetes, founder Paul Laurie has added Clubhouse to Invisible City’s portfolio to ensure its members will always have a spot to gather. Located in a former Lincoln Park factory space decorated with eclectic items Laurie discovered during his world travels, the expansive private hideout includes a lounge, a patio, a wellness room, and co-working hours. Members also receive a “key to the city,” which unlocks perks around Denver such as free drinks at partner locations and backstage passes to local concerts. The timing was perfect: Social clubs such as London-based Soho House and New York–based NeueHouse have exploded in popularity since the pandemic created a greater need for interpersonal connection. But where memberships at Cherry Creek’s Clayton Members Club, for example, cost $3,000 a year, Invisible City members pay just $99 a month—a paltry price to see behind the curtain.