“The texture is chewier, softer, airier with a soft crisp on the outside,” said the co-founder of Dochi, which already operates in Seattle and Orlando.
The founder of TAG Restaurant Group will use some stalls himself, including his first foray into pizza, when Grange Hall opens in the former C.B. & Potts space in August.
FlyteCo Brewing, which opened near Tennyson Street in 2019, launched Altimeter Coffee this week. Three of the co-owners are pilots.
Nancy Leprino sold her 11,457-square-foot home at 2 S. Lilhaven Lane in March, and her sister Mary recently listed two condos in Denver.
Let’s Go Aero filed for bankruptcy after a string of lawsuits but the founder said sales grew by 40 percent in 2020 and the company is profitable.
They listed the 125-year-old, nearly 9,000-square-foot mansion along Millionaire’s Row for $6.5 million after paying $900,000 for it in 2017.
“The reason why I think our members believe it’s important is so we can continue to be relevant,” said a board member of new amenities designed for families.
The company has tapped a location along Colfax Avenue closer to downtown, but the lease isn’t finalized, CEO Barry Watkins said.
“This allowed us to plant a flag in Denver with these brands, which is something I never thought we would do,” said the co-owner of Indulge Bistro & Wine Bar.
Exchange at Boulevard One was originally supposed to be anchored by Lucky’s Market, but the chain pulled out before filing for bankruptcy last year.