Megan Schobert’s husband Joe was a Bronco for only eight days but the couple decided to make Denver their home anyway.
Eye candy: Optical illusion museum will open along 16th Street Mall
The Museum of Illusions will take over the retail space where an Ann Taylor Loft store previously operated.
Montessori buys Curtis Park duplex for new middle school
The nonprofit paid $4.9 million for the six-bedroom, six-bathroom property, which was featured on BusinessDen’s July top home sales list.
Updated: Nativ Hotel in LoDo sells for $6M in wake of foreclosure
The four-story, 18-room hotel and nightclub has been closed since the pandemic began but two people were shot inside in May.
Knife maker takes former Pasta Pasta Pasta space in Cherry Creek
Jackson Hole-based New West Knifeworks, which makes high-end chef knives, chose Denver to get its first cut of a big city market.
Pandemic-borne ice cream maker scoops up lease for Tennyson store
It will be the first standalone location for Right Cream, which has been selling 400 pints a week for $13 each at the Dairy Block in LoDo.
Edgewater bike shop to move after owner buys Wheat Ridge building
“Our current space is situated in an old house and has a bunch of stairs in it. So, we’re ready to be done lugging bikes up and down stairs all day.”
Olive & Finch owner opening new cafe along the 16th Street Mall
“I want to offer something affordable and easily accessible, yet still chef driven,” said Mary Nguyen of Little Finch and its to-go meals.
Tide Cleaners acquires local dry cleaning business, doubles stores
The former Impressive Cleaners stores in Denver, Aurora and Centennial will be rebranded and join the three Tide locations that opened in Denver in 2019.
Women-focused work space opening two locations at 9th and Colorado
“I wanted to create a deep network among women in business, not just a space for people to show up and work,” said Tarra owner Kate Bailey.