In this week’s roundup: A Cap Hill mansion will become a hostel and a Denver coffee shop has its eyes on East Colfax.
Not two months after closing music venue Quixote’s True Blue, Denver’s preeminent Deadhead is back on the horse with a new stage in Uptown.
With 134 rooms, the hotel sold for $903,000 per key – a record hotel sales price for Colorado.
All the residents moving into RiNo have to store their extra stuff somewhere.
Sometimes drilling isn’t just for pulling resources out of the earth.
Larimer Square’s landlord wants to bring the whole party to the square, opening a new event space just in time for the holiday party rush.
The nearest ocean might be a two-day drive away, but that’s not stopping a new surfing gym from riding the niche fitness wave into Uptown.
RiNo might not be Napa Valley. But that’s the point for a Denver couple working on a new winery in the fast growing neighborhood.
A downtown gym brand is cutting a location between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The firm said the Coloradan will cost about $200 million to build, with penthouse prices starting at $1.6 million.