Top Hits: Most-read stories of 2017

In a busy year for Denver business, a few stories from BusinessDen stood out to our readers. Below are the most-read articles of 2017.

1. Whole Foods puts Denver store on chopping block

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Whole Foods announced the closure of its Capitol Hill location at 11th Avenue and Ogden Street. (BusinessDen file photo)

 

2. Bike maker Niner files bankruptcy; plans sale to Denver PE firm

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Chris Sugai started Niner, a bike company in Fort Collins, in 2005. (Courtesy Niner)

3. Developer who foresaw Cherry Creek luxury boom dead at 49

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An archived copy of the Bush Development website.

 

4. Park Hill Golf Course unlikely to survive after 2018

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Park Hill Golf Club seen from the air. (BusinessDen file photo)

 

5. Topgolf bails on litigious Thornton location for second local driving range

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Golfers at Top Golf aim at targets that read the balls’ location. (Aaron Kremer)

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In a busy year for Denver business, a few stories from BusinessDen stood out to our readers. Below are the most-read articles of 2017.

1. Whole Foods puts Denver store on chopping block

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