BOCO Cider, which has been producing cider in the city since last May, plans to open one next month.
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The two-story structure in the 2000 block of Larimer St. went for $2.8 million.
Daughter Thai will open next to Maria Empanada. “We always wanted a daughter, and we never had one — we have two boys. So this is like our daughter.”
The buyer is Denver-based Daydream Apartments, a company founded last year that calls itself “an entirely new concept for the apartment market.”
Ku Cha House of Tea sells more than 170 kinds of loose-leaf tea.
The pizza joint has been in Uptown since 2010, and also has locations in Littleton and Colorado Springs.
The Dallas-based bus operator last week listed its downtown station, which spans a full city block, for sale.
Jason and Ellen Winkler, who are working to bring Industry to Salt Lake City and Detroit, want $5.5 million for Forge970.
Core Progression currently has three corporate-owned locations, in Arvada and Northglenn. Now, the company is headed to Las Vegas and Miami.
The site, long seen as prime for redevelopment, is zoned for structures up to 40 stories. A sale could close by year-end.