Katherine Blunt

Katherine Blunt is a BusinessDen reporter. She covers residential real estate, nonprofits, startups and energy. Katherine is a graduate of Elon University in North Carolina. She can be reached at [email protected].

Denver drivers create hot spot for Subaru

The car maker reports that Denver is the country’s most Subaru-saturated area. And with sales increasing locally and across the country, the numbers aren’t likely to hit the brakes anytime soon.

Nonprofit planting $6M project in Montbello

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After years of squeezing kids into its founders’ Monbello home, a longtime nonprofit is building a new facility and creating its own park to introduce local students to the outdoors.

New event service tackles local corporate calendar

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Events like group pizza-tossing lessons and scavenger hunts are among new options for post-work get-togethers, as a Chicago event planning company settles into its first local office.

Farm program blooming in Denver suburbs

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After going into hibernation during the recession, a Golden business is sprouting farms in suburbs and developments around Colorado and across the country.

Major expansion to boost nonprofit’s services and space

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A $4 million undertaking will more than double a nonprofit’s Lakewood facility, allow it to expand and add programs for people with autism and other disabilities and hire up to 100 more workers.

Airbnb: a lucrative gig – if you don’t get caught

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A City Park studio listed on Airbnb nets $1,000 per month in profit. But for some of the website’s users hoping to make a quick buck, renting out their extra space is a cat-and-mouse game with landlords looking to crack down on lease breakers.

Organic food brand cooking up new grocery deal

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A gluten-free and organic food brand best known for its veggie burgers is adding to its menu and hoping to land its breakfast option on more store shelves.