The husband-and-wife team behind Colorado’s biggest climbing gym chain said this week that they have sold the company to a private-equity-backed firm that owns a competing gym. Movement Climbing + Fitness founders Anne-Worley and Mike Moelter, who opened the gym in Boulder in 2009 and added locations in Baker in 2012 and RiNo in 2018,… Read more »
“We view those geographies as what Denver was like 15 to 20 years ago,” said Evan Gart, a financial analyst at the firm.
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“With how outdoorsy the Front Range is, climbing is underserved,” said Thomas Betterton, Denver Bouldering Club owner.
Dragul is facing 15 counts of securities fraud for allegedly selling more than 100 percent stakes in his real estate investments.
Bow River Capital, which has $850 million under management, and manages a real estate fund and a buyout fund, this month said it closed a $160 million software growth equity fund.
Grant Barnhill is taking his coworking business to the ’burbs after leasing 30K SF in Littleton.
More than 130 women arrived ready to mix and mingle for the second DenX of the year.
The owner of a LoDo hotel sued last week for missing a $5.5 million loan payment due to the former owner says the lawsuit is just a negotiating tactic meant to squeeze better terms.
The former owners of a LoDo hotel claim the current owner and operator has overstayed his welcome by missing seven-figure loan payments. And they say it’s time to give him the boot.