It may look more like something that belongs in “Star Wars,” but a Denver company says its new pingpong ball-sized device can kill germs, purify water and make shoes less stinky.
Move over, Sriracha. A Denver startup is making its own hot Thai sauces, and it just kicked things up a notch with a capital raise.
A 6,800-square-foot penthouse on two top floors in the Four Seasons hit the market for $13 million.
In its 5,400-square-foot grow area, Infinite Harvest can plant an acre’s worth of produce in one-tenth of the space.
A gym chain plans to invest $5 million to turn the defunct retailer’s former office building into a massive climbing center with 50-foot ceilings.
A Denver startup that makes software for teachers has raised another $500,000 from investors, including the venture capital firm that gave it a $1.5 million boost in 2015.
As if flipping tires and popping burpees isn’t hard enough, a competition coming to Colorado this summer tasks participants with slinging bows and arrows, too.
The young company will trade in a smaller Larimer Street office for the new digs, which it chose for its proximity to coworking spaces and tech firms.
A Middlebury grad’s surf-centric paddleboard company leased more space a stone’s throw from the Yampa River, after releasing a new line of inflatable carbon boards last week.
A restored New England-style house located a pitching wedge from the Cherry Hills Country Club hit the market this week.