The husband-and-wife duo bringing a $4 million climbing gym to Stapleton has closed on a site. Jake and Kim Crine, a Stapleton couple that announced Ubergrippen Climbing Crag in September, bought a 1.5-acre plat on March 21, according to public documents. The Crines got a deal on the site. They spent $586,000 for 8610 E… Read more »
Demolition began Thursday on the Columbine Country Club’s former clubhouse. It’s the first step in a $20 million plan to build a new, 50,000-square-foot clubhouse.
Topgolf, which opened its first Colorado location in Centennial in August and boasts a several-hour wait on weekends, has a deal in the works to put its high-tech range in Thornton, according to a source familiar with the deal.
After three years of selling its dresses and jewelry from a Larimer Square basement shop, a woman’s boutique is moving up. Grace Buttorff and Hailee Satterfield are expanding their women’s clothing store, Hailee Grace, to a street-level storefront in Larimer Square this spring. “(Larimer Square) was our starter spot, it was our test of concept,”… Read more »
The owner blames “buyer’s remorse,” but customers filed more than 130 complaints and Outside Magazine called the business the Internet’s most infuriating retailer — caught the ire of the state office looking out for consumers.
John Ewing Co. (JEC), a Colorado-based horse supplement company, is asking the U.S. District Court of Colorado to force Arizona’s 707 Ranch LLC to hold its horses with similarly named products.
“I want people to enjoy surfing, and I think the best way to do that is to make sure you have proper equipment,” said founder Ben Nielsen. “It’s not going to be fun if you’re skiing on the wrong skis.”
The dogs of Wash Park now have a spa worthy of their pedigree. Carolina Schultz opened the Wash Bark dog spa and day care last month at 1058 S. Gaylord St. to serve the neighborhood’s four-legged inhabitants. A dog house this is not. “I was trying to do something nicer and cleaner and more inviting… Read more »
The vans are equipped with all the tools and inventory of a regular bike shop ad have a built-in TV, WiFi and a coffee maker to entertain clients while the mechanics work.
RiNo-based Ink! Coffee is opening three more cafes in Denver — including a 200-square-foot outpost in a gym, a pair of food carts at a hospital and the chain’s biggest outpost, near DTC.