Yev Muchnik is giving solo practitioners and small law firms another option on the menu of workspaces with ESQlegal.
A Hawaiian food truck is making a permanent pit stop on Sheridan Boulevard as it launches its first brick-and-mortar restaurant.
Two new CEOs join healthcare firms, a cannabis company names a new chief executive, and moves in marketing, sports and nonprofits in this week’s roundup.
Lululemon will move into a 2,500-square-foot retail space on West 32nd Avenue formerly occupied by clothing store Melrose & Madison.
A $5 million industrial deal goes down in Denver and a Lakewood apartment complex fetches more than $60 million in this week’s CRE roundup.
The buildings, built between 1892 and 1929, include the longtime headquarters of Buerger Brothers, a barber and beauty shop supplier that was based in the neighborhood for 40 years.
Don’t Go Nuts’ parent company recently raised $2 million of a planned $5 million capital raise, going toward new equipment, increasing sales and adding new products.
After five years of gathering character, Denver Distillery is expected to open this October.
DIY Furniture hopes to carve out a niche between the identical furniture kits popularized by Ikea and the custom woodworking at the base of its business.
A $5 million office building deal and several big-time leases at industrial sites lead this week’s roundup of CRE transfers.