If there’s a chairlift chair rusting in a junk pile in North America, Jacques Boiteau and his crew of “hoarders” will find it and recondition it into mountain-themed furniture.
The owner of the Fort Collins manufacturer said it has been trying to find a buyer since January, as it seeks capital to expand its product line.
Kirk Williams, like many Coloradans, is outfitting a van. But he has particular requirements beyond four-wheel drive and a bunk for sleeping.
The fast-growing email company disclosed all sorts of nuggets – including HQ rent and pay for top execs – in more than 500 pages of SEC filings as part of a plan to sell shares to the public.
Wilderness junkies finally have a Denver basecamp for getting down to business, as an office for outdoor enthusiasts and businesses plans its launch.
Patience just paid off for group of prominent Denver investors, who after more than a decade sold two parcels along Brighton Boulevard for a pretty penny.
Women in Kind has opened its two-floor, 6,000-square-foot space a few strokes west of the Park Hill Golf Course in Clayton.
The current operator is losing money, and The Clayton Trust must decide what to do with the 155 acres.
A May hailstorm so viciously battered the Colorado Mills mall in Lakewood that it may not open again until late 2017. But it’s not the first time the shopping center sprang a leak.
For its 11th parcel in the area, a company purchased 2 acres at 3600 and 3695 Wynkoop St., with plans for redevelopment.