The Cajun-style brunch spot paid $2.2 million for its restaurant property at 3927 W. 32nd Ave. The seller bought it in 2013 for $667,000.
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2020 “was filled with more downs than ups,” founder Lorena Cantarovici said. But “the sense of opening another location brings hope and accelerates everyone.”
Restaurateur Stoney Joseph, who opened his first namesake eatery in Capitol Hill in 2010, is venturing outside of Denver for the first time.
“This is a partnership dispute where one side is improperly using the courts to extract a greater settlement,” an attorney for Flywheel Capital’s Ben Hrouda said.
Gerrity Group, which bought the mall in 2016, wants to cut retail space in half to 125,000 square feet and add 2,000 residential units.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the 238,726-square-foot T3 RiNo project in February 2020. Then the pandemic began and construction halted.
HealthOne wants to buy part of the campus at the northwest corner of 9th Avenue and Clermont Street but it is unclear if there are any competing bids.
A co-owner and an employee of Edgewater’s Joyride Brewing are launching Live Slow Brewing, which will reopen six of the 12 lanes that used to be Paramount Bowl.
The deli, which launched in the Curtis Park neighborhood in 2011 and expanded to Cherry Creek in 2018, plans to open in the Reve apartment complex.
Chase plans to renovate the 3,600-square-foot structure at the corner of Colfax and Speer and open a branch there in 2022.