Inspired by companywide potluck dinners, a company has raised more than $22,000 for a cast iron skillet that uses grooves to drain fat and grease away from food.
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After renting office space at 2244 Broadway downtown for four years, a design firm pounced on the real estate, purchasing it for $1.2 million in a deal that closed last week.
With one established outpost in the Tech Center, Jay Yoon is poking around new retail locations all over Denver as he expands his sushi bowl chain.
The organization hosted its 56th annual awards dinner on Thursday night.
Already home to 19 booze-making businesses operating or planned, RiNo will get No. 20 in 2018.
A Denver company that connects customers looking for suite tickets with sellers unloading inventory has moved from 1,200 square feet on Platte St. to 3,500 square feet a block away.
The $6 million will be distributed to RMPBS over three years, and was one of the first large gifts in the campaign.
Looking to nail down more business north of Denver, a construction firm is trading in the downtown garage that has been its headquarters for over a decade for a larger office in Thornton.
The three companies will lease a total of 30,000 of the 110,000 leasable square feet when it opens in November.
Greg Dider is selling utility-focused golf pants to lessen the bulk of tees, gloves, balls and phones.