A new RiNo winery and several apartment sales lead this week’s Pipeline.
A $4 million deal at the edge of the Art District on Santa Fe closed just days before December’s first Friday.
A former manager of Colorado Athletic Club plans to open his own gym in the club’s soon-to-close LoDo outpost.
A Leetsdale Drive restaurant is heading south to dish up a second serving with a new DTC restaurant.
Two Denver apartment brokers are adjusting to life as their own bosses.
“The concept for [the high-end homes] is Cherry Creek duplex units,” said Moonstar Investments head Scott Axelrod. “Except not in Cherry Creek. And not at Cherry Creek prices.”
The world’s highest-grossing Internet company is looking at adding an office in downtown Denver.
The Herd is BusinessDen’s brand-new monthly corral of professionals rising, coming and going around Denver’s commercial real estate industry.
Tenants of the 34-year-old pair of connected towers that recently sold for $154 million will still be mailing the rent checks to Boston.
As downtown tech companies graduate to bigger pads, they’re keeping those open office spaces in the startup family.