The early years

In 2007, W21 set up shop in the back room of a historic two-story, brick warehouse at 822 West 23rd Street in the West Edge of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Built in 1914, the building was originally Cheyenne Milling Co., Laramie County’s first flour mill. The building largely burnt to the ground in 1920. It was later rebuilt into the building that we know today in 1927.

Time well spent

We began renovating the warehouse in 2009, a labor of love that made this amazing historical building functional for today. That first initial room for W21 turned into two, which turned into a whole floor — and before we knew it, we had filled the entire building to accommodate our growing team.

Our new building

In October 2019, we opened a new facility on Cheyenne’s West Edge. We believe the space we work in sets the tone for creativity and collaboration, so we designed this facility to be the perfect blend of art meeting function with murals, forklifts, stunning architecture, table saws, and more. In 2020 we moved all operations into this new space. It is now the hub for everything we concept, strategize, design, write, source, engineer, construct, assemble, print, and produce.

This place matters to us and our people. From this building, looking over the park, our team is handing out some seriously good vibes while getting shit done.

We want to be something for the community, to set the passion for what this area can become and then make it happen.

Dean, Former Owner of Warehouse Twenty One