As cryptocurrency valuations skyrocket, one Denver company is seeing growth as well. Ideas By Nature, which assists blockchain companies in both creative and technical projects, recently leased nearly 7,000 square feet at 1875 Lawrence St. in LoDo. Business development director Jeff Vier said the company outgrew its previous 2,000-square-foot office at 1009 Grant St. earlier… Read more »
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Two former teachers are stretching their yoga and barre business to Park Hill’s hippest new block.
The Denver startup, which sells ski resort software, now can claim more Peak Resorts properties as customers.
At 22,000 square feet, it was the biggest house sold in the area in 2017.
This is its largest funding round to date, bringing its total haul to at least $9.5 million.
Located 20 minutes from both Chatfield State Park and Roxborough State Park, the property is surrounded by open space for biking, hiking and horseback riding.
Colorado startups raised a total of $295 million in the month of November, according to a BusinessDen tally of Form Ds filed through the SEC.
For the second time this year, a Four Seasons condo was the highest-priced sale in the Denver metro area in a given month.
Larimer Square soon will have no excuse for internet lag time.
It’s the young company’s largest funding round to date, after raising $500,000 in 2015 and $1.3 million in 2016.