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Denver has identified parts of town that already have an “undue concentration” of such businesses. Applicants must also meet a “social equity” criteria.
“I have wanted my own cosmetics company since I was 12 years old and stealing makeup out of my mom’s bathroom, so it was pretty much fate,” said Eossi Beauty co-founder Rochonne Sanchez.
Backyard Soda’s CEO said the small kitchen and warehouse space will give the company the chance to create new flavors and produce seasonal drinks.
“We lost 94 percent of our revenue in April alone,” said a co-founder of Cultivated Synergy, who doesn’t dispute being behind on rent due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Lotus Medical dispensary operates within the Elephant Corral building at 1444 Wazee St.
Myaderm said in its June 28 filing that it owes $3 million to creditors and also has assets worth $3 million.
Denver-based Lux Templum said that it owes $2.8 million, and has assets worth $421,985.
“We went from illegal to essential, and that’s a pretty incredible jump,” said Tim Cullen, CEO of Colorado Harvest Co.
United Cannabis Corp. said it owes at least $4.97 million, although it disputes some of the claims.