Brian Ruden, local celebrity of the marijuana industry, has plans to expand his business’ reach with two new locations in Pueblo and Adams County.
Longtime lawyers to retire, close firm
After 25 years in business and work with big-name clients, a Denver law firm is shutting down as its two founders ready to retire.
LoHi restaurant project bets on bikes
The seven-restaurant Avanti development has rolled out Denver’s largest shared bicycle station – in hopes that minimizing parking woes will bring in more diners.
Ski resort moving forward with $25M plan
The U.S. Forest Service gave a thumbs-up last week to a Boulder skiing resorts $25 million renovation plan. The proposal calls for the expansion of the resort’s territory, new trails, new lifts and a new mountaintop restaurant.
Pot shop doubles up in Aurora
A recreational marijuana retailer is adding a larger location in Aurora and is also looking to increase its store and warehouse space back in Denver.
Combo fitness studio flexes in Five Points
A pair of first-time business owners are combining two fitness trends and adding to the number of gym studios in the Five Points neighborhood.
Gear store scales up online retail
A Platte Street outdoor gear store is hoping to give its sales a boost with a revamped online presence.
RiNo nightclub unveils upgrades
A long-standing gay nightclub in RiNo is lifting the curtain on six-figure upgrades this weekend – including a 40-foot LED screen.
Antiques dealer to shutter longtime shop
After 30 years in the same space on Broadway, an antique shop is closing down its brick-and-mortar operations. But its owner plans to transition the business to online sales and custom work.
Sandwich joint fattens up presence in Denver
A late-night restaurant chain known for its overstuffed sandwiches is adding two more Denver locations to its plate – and it just opened a shop near DU last month.