A market research company based in Denver has closed out another capital raise, pushing its total funds raised to about $25 million.
Two sister startups that package activity gifts and gym memberships for corporate clients have moved closer to the action with a new home in LoDo.
A book shop and wine bar has added a single room for rent to its Tennyson Street property to create some more space for visiting authors, part of a larger renovation.
A shopping app plans to triple its current space and headcount in a move from LoDo to a downtown office tower.
Citing a rent hike, a veteran antiques dealer is moving out of her Berkeley location and it’s unclear whether the business will unpack somewhere else.
Clarification: A previous version of this story incorrectly reported the address and renderings of a different Adams Development project in Jefferson Park. Adams Development broke ground in September on a $7 million mixed-use development on the northwest corner of 25th Avenue and Eliot Street in Jefferson Park.
Years of preparation are coming to a head next week as the Denver Art Museum prepares to unveil the 100-piece exhibit featuring works of Andrew and Jamie Wyeth.
After extending its nationwide grocer presence, a nearly 100-year-old sausage and meatball maker plans to churn out quadruple the product in a leap to a much larger space next to Park Hill Golf Club.
On Friday the Denver Museum of Nature & Science unveiled a temporary exhibit, “The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes,” which will run until Jan. 31.
With a new school recently opened nearby, the Stapleton development is getting a new batch of homes, ranging in size, price and design, and construction is already beginning.