Pearl Street Fitness decided against renewing its lease at its Sixth Avenue and Columbine Street, shutting down its studio of three years.
After three years, the Colorado School of Mining graduates left construction behind and opened the first store for their clothing brand.
Glazed & Confused, a doughnut shop with one location on Leetsdale Drive, will open its second location at Stanley Marketplace early next year.
A busy uptown gay bar will leave its 17th Avenue location after 20 years, to expand into a spot more than twice its size on August 14.
New owners are trading its drag attire for jerseys and cleats to reboot the Uptown restaurant as a gay-friendly sports bar.
Board game players are now rolling dice instead of logs at a former Denver lumberyard.
The company will sell 32 styles of high-end, Japanese-made knives to chefs and cooking enthusiasts.
The American Cultures menu also offers chai tea, iced tea, Method Roaster’s cold-brew coffee and Rebel Oats oatmeal.
Construction crews need to toggle more than $10 million into the aging Stapleton building before United’s 12,000 pilots can practice their takeoffs and landings on new flight simulators.
Founded in the 1860s, Frye opened its first retail store in Manhattan five years ago, and will soon launch in Denver.