A for-lease sign now fills the window of the storefront at Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Street.
Masonry work is well underway at the company’s first location of its own, at the southeast corner of 38th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard.
The (original) Original Chubby’s has bitten the dust, as a larger version took its place.
Three forlorn houses perched above Lincoln Street on the edge of Capitol Hill have finally met their maker.
LoHi’s newest brewer is days away from opening the taps to the public.
A Highlands discount supermarket has sold its last bag of groceries. The Save-A-Lot at 2630 W. 38th Ave. closed its doors on Friday. The store is leaving an 18,000-square-foot retail building at the southwest corner of 38th Avenue and Bryant Street. New York-based Kimco Realty owns the Save-A-Lot property. That firm bought the property in 1998… Read more »
Floatation therapy is dipping into South Pearl Street.
One of the old guards of shared office space is about to open a fresh coworking concept downtown.
A specialty leather boot brand stomped into Cherry Creek last week.
Notices from Denver tax authorities posted on the door of a cafe on the ground level of the Petroleum Club Building say its occupants failed to pay $1,600 in taxes going back to December.