The company has cut 27 employees and would like to close its original location in the Golden Triangle.
Year after opening in LoDo, coworking firm spending $850K on redesign
“We want to keep our members longer,” CTRL Collective CEO Rob Walston said of the decision to add larger private offices.
The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for May 2019
Startups in Colorado raised a total of $272 million in May.
Pay-what-you-want yoga studio coming to Cap Hill
Black Swan Yoga is set to open up next to restaurant Bang Up To The Elephant.
Lyft leases 7K square feet in LoDo
The office will be home base for approximately 20 Lyft employees working on the app’s enterprise program.
Tech startup FullContact sues former customer over data
Defendant Pipl bills itself as “the world’s largest people search engine.”
Video conferencing software company Zoom doubling DTC footprint
The company went public in April.
Digital marketing firm takes space along East Colfax
Herosmyth, which is targeting small businesses with services such as a website in 24 hours for $999, has taken a building that used to be a bank and an antique store.
Denver couple test market for $200 poncho
“One of my favorite features is it packs into itself to become a fanny pack,” Carrie Yang said.
Snowboard brand Burton drops into RiNo
The store is expected to open in early 2020. Burton will be down the street from Patagonia, which plans to move its Denver store to the district.