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Grocer eyes two fresh locations

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.

Longboard shop rides into Austin

A Denver skate shop is making a $1 million expansion into a new market with plans to open more locations across the country.

Pakems kicks into higher gear

A Lone Tree startup that makes a comfy boot for skiers to slip on after a day on the slopes is getting more traction with outdoor retailers and has launched a children’s line.

‘We need high population, high income and bad weather’

Cherry Creek fits the expansion formula for high-end outdoor gear brand Arc’teryx and will soon be home to the retailer’s fifth U.S. stand-alone store, a $1 million project and one of its largest spaces yet.

Country club water dispute seeps into court

A Centennial golf club has taken a four-year argument over its irrigation water to court and wants a judge to enforce a 1980s agreement with a local water authority.

Elitch Lanes rolls off Tennyson

A long-standing bowling alley property is being sold, and the businesses owner is relocating his brand to another set of lanes.

Distillery enlarges whiskey warehouse

Colorado’s oldest legal distillery is expanding by more than 12,000 square feet to make more room for its aging whiskey.