Troy Guard signed a lease this week to open one of his Bubu quick-service, noodle bowl restaurants on the first floor of Republic Plaza.
Toby Keith’s closed Stapleton stop will become a Cowboys Saloon.
The city’s Parks and Recreation Department is building a 7.5-acre mountain bike park, a sort of ski hill for bikers, at Ruby Hill Park.
Douthit, 49, who owns the Denver franchise rights for Mathnasium, an after-school tutoring center, is relocating one of them from Greenwood Village to a spot adjacent to Cherry Hills Village this month, hoping to add more clients.
Two entrepreneurs in the Santa Fe Arts District think there’s still meat on the bone of a business model that fizzled in Denver last year: the combination of dog park and bar.
Jon Lopez is getting his first business rolling on the decks of longboards that he made himself.
Paul and Heather Clift are floating a new business idea to help Denverites unplug and unwind.
The International Festival of Extreme Sports (FISE) World Series, a contest similar to the Summer X Games, wants to bring BMX bike and skateboarding competitions to Denver over Labor Day Weekend.
Yoga, spinning and cold-pressed juice: The Denver health craze trifecta is coming to Platte Street.
The company that brought Denver two-for-one drink booklets is percolating a new program for another sort of beverage.