After more than 20 years, a Lincoln Street bar has shut down, but it will come back to life in a smaller space on Broadway.
After more than a decade, a Bonnie Brae jewelry store is closing down, and its landlord is on the hunt for a new tenant for the space.
With plans to open its first cafe in Aurora next year, a Grand Lake coffee roaster has relocated its roasting operation to RiNo.
The college campus hub is planning a new spot for students to gather, replacing athletic fields with a large quad next to its student center.
The former CU Hospital site is beginning to be razed to make way for up to over 1,000 residential units and 275,000 square feet of office and retail space.
A new project by a young development firm is coming together piece by piece on Eliot Street.
Denver is now home to Whole Foods’ first standalone cafe, a brand that began as a small Boulder chain before being bought out by the grocery giant.
A string of new exhibits at the Children’s Museum will debut this week, and the high point is a 3.5-story indoor climbing gym.
About a year after one of its curators began collecting signs from the homeless in Denver, a local museum has launched an exhibit exploring the history of homelessness from the Gold Rush to today.
One of the few remaining empty lots along the 16th Street Mall was scooped up by a hotel development firm, and the 0.38-acre property fetched $10 million.