For business owners and employers, the pandemic roller coaster continues to upend our plans, especially around how many people we need to maintain or grow our enterprises.
A landlord in trying to collect $40K from a gym. Plus a Denver property owner sues Denver over a rejected roofing permit, calling the system “Kafkaesque.”
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Bluebird Backcountry, Colorado’s first lift-less ski resort, said it will be open again near Steamboat for next year’s ski season.
The landlord said the lease will let Stoney’s Cantina pay part of its rent as a portion of sales until COVID restrictions are removed.
Denver firm Oz and the developers of One River Run told BusinessDen that they are cooperating on design and construction and aim to finish on time.
The Denver-based company, which at one point had 20 locations and more than $100 million in annual revenue, owes landlords millions.