The host, who calls himself “The Troubleshooter,” said the digital marketplace’s ads mislead customers searching for a list of Martino-approved businesses.
A corner lot along East Colfax Avenue that is currently home to a Chinese restaurant has sold, and a neighborhood market is planned.
Three concerts by rock band Phish in Commerce City over Labor Day weekend are at the heart of a lawsuit recently filed by Anschutz Entertainment Group.
The property was purchased by Vito Corleone LLC, an entity partially controlled by a co-founder of breakfast chain Snooze.
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood, a Darden Restaurants brand, has 19 restaurants around the country but none in Colorado.
The massive hotel and convention center by DIA in Aurora is slated to open by year-end.
An Englewood-based company wants to build a six-story hotel with 112 rooms along RiNo’s Brighton Boulevard.
The LLC affiliated with Denver’s Flywheel Capital now owns a motel, church, office buildings and both sides of a dead-end street.
Westminster office complex sells for $60M, Northglenn apartment complex fetches $47M and Unique Properties reports the week’s largest lease.
The hotel, which according to plans would have about 450 rooms, would be built next to the Block 162 office tower and incorporate a historic building along 16th Street.