The company, which charges members $10 to $40 a month, moves into the spaces left behind when big-box retailers contract.
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Caleb Carr said his company’s mission was prompted by the death of a friend on an Oregon mountain in 2009.
The addition will nearly double the size of 50,000-square-foot DeSmet Hall.
‘That’s the downside of this growth is, while it’s happening, it’s like giving birth without the epidural,’ said one broker leasing space along the street.
Customers at City Surf took 50-minute group classes on surfboards that move around to test members’ balance, strength and cardio.
Can’t find a job within six months after graduation from Flatiron? The school says it will refund your money.
Row House has four Denver-area franchisees, one of whom moved here from Missouri.
CEO Erik Voorhees announced the layoffs last week in a blog post, writing ‘Crypto, like the moon we strive toward, is a harsh mistress.’
OrthoFi, which sells financing and payment processing software, has signed a lease for 36,000 square feet at 900 S. Broadway.
Kinecho CEO: ‘The thing that surprises people is how much of the team came together before we had the right idea.’