The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless has cleared a former bank building site at 2075 Broadway to make way for an affordable housing building.
Colorado nonprofit Volunteers of America started work on doubling the size of its northeast Denver senior living complex.
Mark Condon, the club’s general manager, said that the club attracted 20 new members in June. Condon said that the club typically grows by three to four members a month.
Now that the dust has settled – 2 million square feet worth of dust – a new building is rising at 9th and Colorado in a process that could span 5 years.
Above the swarm at the newly renovated Union Station is a different sort of buzz.
A dog-care entrepreneur is jumping into a Denver fitness business with a gym focused on martial arts, yoga and dance.
The building boom along the new train to DIA is about to leave the station.
The Sports Authority location at 10th and Broadway — known as the Sports Castle — will close for good on Sunday, according to several clerks working at the store.
The Burgwyn Co. showed off its 114-unit Ruby Hill Residences complex at Mississippi Avenue and Pecos Street at a ribbon cutting Monday for the new, affordable-housing community.
Startup car-buying app Blinker has pulled into its new headquarters in LoDo. The company, which employs around 40, moved in last week to 11,000 square feet at 1675 Larimer Street. Blinker was formerly based in the ANB building in Cherry Creek. You can read a full BusinessDen profile here.