With a countdown ticking on a $30,000 crowdfunding campaign, a startup that’s created a solar-powered watch and phone charger is hoping to soon get its product on the wrists of 1,000 people with its first production round.
With the landscape along South Broadway quickly changing, a real estate firm has made the $5 million investment to buy the office building that houses its headquarters.
After hitting the market on Friday, a century-old movie house turned ’70s porn shack has already solicited three buyers. Cost of admission? $2.7 million.
The winter gear retailer has signed a lease on a massive Littleton space that it’s used in the past for seasonal events. The space – about twice the size of the biggest Christy Sports – will allow the company to push its patio furniture business year-round.
After 25 years in business and work with big-name clients, a Denver law firm is shutting down as its two founders ready to retire.
A Platte Street outdoor gear store is hoping to give its sales a boost with a revamped online presence.
Pricing has been announced for next ski season’s passes: And there a few new twists for Colorado locals and a new pass geared at East Coasters.
After her studio property was sold, a yoga instructor is relocating and starting plans for a second concept that includes a restaurant.
A longtime homebrewer is pouring his Midwestern beginnings and grandfather’s recipes into a startup brewery on West Colfax Avenue.
A Colorado grocer is supplementing its Denver footprint with two new projects at the sites of a Tennyson Street bowling alley and a shuttered Glendale diner.