A light Herd with moves in law, construction and nonprofits.
A natural grocery delivery service signs on a new COO, local real estate firms make hires, and more in banking, media and law.
The president of The Denver Post’s parent company announces his retirement, and CDOT’s executive ranks are shaken up in this week’s roundup.
City Park golfers have till sundown to get in a final round.
The moving trucks won’t have far to lug the office furniture for a Denver development firm that’s moving off Platte Street and into LoHi.
For the fourth time in a decade, the 56-unit Dwell apartment building at 660 Pennsylvania St. has swapped owners.
Patience just paid off for group of prominent Denver investors, who after more than a decade sold two parcels along Brighton Boulevard for a pretty penny.
Nenê, a Brazilian player who spent 10 years in the Mile High City, sold his home at 1 Sandy Lake Road in Cherry Hills Village on Aug. 15 for $2.78 million.
A brunch spot on the corner of Alameda Avenue and Logan Street has poached its last egg.
Kent Place Residences at Hampden/University go for $424,667 per unit.