A Steamboat Springs tequila company and an Englewood popcorn producer were among companies that reported raising cash.
Realtor asks $5M for Cap Hill mansion he restored
“I wasn’t shopping around for a home, but when I walked in it spoke to me immediately,” seller Douglas Kerbs said of buying the home in 2008 for $1.3 million.
Local ramen chain takes over South Pearl Street lease
Sukiya Ramen, which has three locations in Denver, replaces Etc. Eatery, which closed in June after two years.
Topgolf-inspired basketball complex opening in former Centennial grocery store
“I had to create the whole layout since … architects weren’t really clear on the vision,” said co-owner Jimmy Bemis.
Apparel store Veronica Beard takes space in Cherry Creek
The New York-based retailer’s first Colorado outpost will be in the former location of Max Clothing, which moved earlier this year.
Japanese denim retailer, in New York since 2006, picks RiNo for second store
“RiNo feels a lot like a New York neighborhood,” Blue in Green co-owner Geoffrey Chorbajian said.
New eatery replaces Cap Hill’s Park Tavern, which closed after 26 years
“The space and the rooftop patio really inspired the brand,” said a VP of the company that owns The Deck, a taphouse that also serves brunch.
Huckleberry Roasters to replace bakery on South Broadway
The announcement of the new Baker location comes on the heels of the coffee shop’s recent lease on Tennyson Street.
Cycling apparel brand Pearl Izumi cuts staff, plans sale of Louisville headquarters
Pearl Izumi was purchased by United Sports Brands earlier this year. Remaining employees will either work remotely or move to California.
Oakwood Homes CEO Pat Hamill lists Cherry Creek mansion, onetime town hall, for $15M
“There really is no comp to this home in all of Colorado,” said Pat Hamill.