“There are houses averaging over $600,000 that can’t stay on the market for more than a few days, and then downtown, you have condos that aren’t selling or having to drop their prices,” said Lori Greenly, an agent with Denver-High Rise Living.
The 6,658-square-foot home owned by the late art collector and philanthropist next to Cranmer Park was purchased from her trust for $3.5 million.
Unwrapp’d, which makes bite-sized pieces of plant-based energy bites in recyclable and reusable packaging, hit shelves at a quarter of the national retailer’s stores this week.
“I feel like a comedian who can’t go on stage,” said Lollipop Park co-owner Nathan Elinoff of being shut down by the pandemic.
“The lease has what we call a force majeure clause in it, so we’re arguing that COVID-19 would relieve my clients of that obligation to pay the rent under the terms of the lease, and the landlord has a different interpretation of that,” said the gallery’s lawyer.
“We’re waiting for the landlord’s contractors to finalize the construction, but we’re ready to move ahead,” founder Mario Zelaya said.
The first franchise location of Hydrate IV Bar opened in Fort Collins this month, and a deal has been signed for another in Arizona.
Farmer’s Market will replace The Market, which closed in March after 42 years; Mammut has filled the space of Cry Baby Ranch.
Founder Anthony Franco shook hands with “Mr. Wonderful” Kevin O’Leary on the ABC reality show. Here’s what happened next.
“I wanted to figure out a way to give back but also start spreading awareness,” said Lekker Coffee co-owner Kara Finklestein of plans to donate 10 percent of profits to a rhino sanctuary.