The 17,586-square-foot home has five bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and seven fireplaces.
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The new line of jackets aims to improve on those the company first released in 2015.
“In the next few years, I think we could have a strong network of locals, in the same way that Lyft and Uber have their huge networks of drivers,” Alex Fletcher said.
The company that owns the Aspen Times, Vail Daily and Sky-Hi News in Granby is offering a kind of localized ClassPass.
Park, located at 1040 S. Gaylord St., offers monthly memberships starting at $300.
LotusGroup Advisors and LotusGroup Capital will move into the first floor, lease out the second.
The Denver-based company has sold from one private equity firm to another.
ClassPass, which has operated in Denver for four years, offers members variety, but poses a challenge to most studios’ business model.
At Hydrate IV Bar, customers can build their own mixture or choose from standard offerings such as “Hangover” and “Altitude Sickness.”
Founder William Loopesko is narrowing his focus when it comes to PuppTech’s core potential customer.