The Denver-based financial institution, with 32 Front Range branches, is set to be swallowed up in the fourth quarter.
After 25 years here, the fast-casual burrito chain has announced plans to move its home base far away from the Mile High City.
She claims one colleague called an assistant “an idiot that doesn’t know how to figure things out on her own,” among more colorful exclamations.
A 163,000-square-foot Greenwood Village office complex is under new ownership.
A pair of recently constructed StorQuest buildings are now in the hands of a Maryland-based company.
A franchisee that previously operated the Pieology restaurant near Colorado Mills mall has started liquidation proceedings.
Taro balls and herbal jellies are set to make their debut at the Century 21 Plaza in July.
An Uptown apartment building sells for $9.5 million, and NKF reports the week’s largest lease.
A Glendale-based real estate firm that mostly focuses on multifamily properties has chosen the Denver site for its first industrial deal.
The owners of 6 acres, who have been battling the city for more than two years, said the ruling removes a “cloud of condemnation” that has made it difficult to lease one of the buildings.