Clark’s Market will join Target as a co-anchor of a retail center in the Lowry neighborhood.
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They launched Denver Violins two years ago, selling their creations and vintage instruments from home. But some cost over $1 million, so they needed an office.
“In Denver, you don’t see a lot of restaurants fail,” said Jeff Lee. His company has signed two leases in Riverfront Park, as well as in Aurora and Wheat Ridge.
The struggling motorcycle company is reducing its network based on changes in the market and paying dealers to retire underperforming stores.
The prominent downtown development site is currently a parking lot zoned for unlimited height.
Disco Pig is the latest venture by Josh Schmitz, who has launched a flurry of businesses since the pandemic began.
The deal with Tracy Weil gives Bernard Hurley an additional half-acre for his upcoming Hurley Place mixed-use project.
Whole Foods is shown as the grocer in online marketing materials for Alberta Development Partners’ third attempt to redevelop 8081 E. Orchard Road.
The 2.1-acre site where the 237-unit project is planned is currently home to industrial buildings, a martial arts school and Japanese restaurant Domo.
The Hyatt Centric debuted in November at 1776 Champa St. and the Thompson Denver at 1616 Market St. welcomed its first guests last week.