“Saving cats is what I was meant to do,” said Sarah Thomas, whose Teddy Cat Cafe will feature cats from Denver Animal Hospital needing adoption.
Denver’s short-term rentals recover, but still lag pre-pandemic levels
Total spending was higher in the first six months of 2022, but the number of listings and occupancy rates were still lower than in 2019.
Matter Made grew fastest of Denver companies on new Inc. 5000 list
The 146 companies in Colorado that made the cut were topped by a firm in Vail, but 97 of the companies are based in the Denver metro area.
Apartment conversion planned as Broadway building sells for $3M
The only tenant in the former Burte Hotel is a pawn shop on the first floor. The 40 rooms on the second and third floors will be turned into 20 units for rent.
El Rancho in Evergreen hits market ahead of foreclosure sale
The building off I-70 has been a restaurant for 75 years. But its latest version has devolved into lawsuits and a blame game.
Ace Hardware store in Baker going out of business after 16 years
Store owner Andy Carlson blamed the rising costs and an increase in crime. “In a good year, a top-tier hardware store like this could do 7 percent at the bottom, pre-tax net profit. We’ve been squeezed into below five.”
High inflation forcing Denver to raise minimum wage 9 percent in January
“For the majority of independent restaurants, if not all, this makes zero sense. And all it does is hurt them,” said restaurateur Juan Padro.
West Colfax homeowners displaced by fire sue contractor next door
A husband and wife who fled flames in the middle of the night claim that fencing was not adequate to keep out vagrants who lit the blaze.
City Council considers rezoning for RiNo lots 2 years after denial
Golub & Co. wants to build two apartment buildings on Denargo Street that could be as high as 16 stories and contain up to 800 units.
Denver construction site thefts surge
In the first half of 2022, there were 289 reported incidents of items being stolen. In the same time period in 2021, there were 212.