“It’s been tough because the excitement of opening a restaurant went down the drain pretty quickly for us,” said Lucien Reichert, owner of Fox Run Cafe.
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At Stanley Marketplace, “We’re looking into putting a football-size tent out in our open field and spacing out hundreds of tables to basically create one large social distance restaurant.”
The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for March 2020
Denver-based Yaguara is one of 44 startups in Colorado that collectively raised $207.9 million in March.
The Market in Larimer Square has closed after 42 years
The business, which closed amidst the pandemic, won’t reopen. “I reinvented The Market every five years for 37 years, and I just wasn’t ready to reinvent myself again.”
Former Bump & Grind owner to open ’60s-themed restaurant in Ballpark
Turnover Darling’s name is inspired by a 1963 romantic comedy. Cliff Trubowitz once pitched the concept to a NBC reality show.
$4M Cherry Hills Village mansion tops local March home sales
Sales in Broomfield, Denver and Boulder also made the top five.
RiNo fitness entrepreneur takes classes online, sees boost in sale of weighted backpacks
The stay-at-home order is “allowing us to see the potential outside of our brick and mortar gym,” said Emily Schromm, Platform Strength owner.
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Plus, explore Denver museums from home.
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Plus, local startup Gearo offers its software for free to outdoor retailers.
At-home health care startup sees rise in demand as patients try to avoid hospitals
“This really just reinforces the need for a model of care delivery that is comfortable for patients and safe,” the company’s Colorado marketing director said.