Two potential investors are creating a new shared office in Denver with plans to provide mentorship and a business incubator setting to their startup tenants.
Sears is closing its Cherry Creek store after 60 years in business and liquidating the merchandise starting Jan. 23.
As rents climb for retail space around Denver, a South Broadway shop has decided not to bring its expired lease back to life.
After being operated at a cheap hostel where room rates could dip below $17 a night, a Five Point property is being renovated into apartment and commercial space.
In the doghouse with the county for zoning violations, a bar and dog park is working to repay legal fees and open a new location outside of Denver.
Colfax is getting a new cure for the munchies with the expansion of a pot-themed sub shop.
Two large industrial buildings change hands, and an investment firm scoops up a multifamily property.
New townhouses are on the rise in Uptown – complete with designated space for a Jacuzzi.
An Atlanta developer is starting 2015 by tweaking its blueprint for a vacant grocery site in Edgewater. But before any land changes hands and construction crews arrive, the developer must first land a new grocery anchor.
A local gym is beefing up with a second Denver location and scouting a third spot in Lone Tree.