For a second time, a wealthy client has accused her self-described “Harvard of private service education” in Cap Hill of failing to vet.
Q&A with Joe Assell, co-founder and CEO of golf instruction firm Golftec
Why 90 percent of golfers slice the ball, how to keep a clear mind, and a lot more from a golf pro who built a $150 million company.
“Roller coaster ride”: Colorado college endowments dip after big 2021 gains
Colorado universities had record fund increases between 2020 and 2021, then losses in the fiscal year that ended June 30. But they’re still ahead.
Developer sues after car-free community derailed by planned school
Culdesac, whose first project in Arizona has received national press coverage, is suing the seller of property that it tried to buy along Tower Road.
The Term Sheet: Startup funding for August 2022
Denver and Boulder firms raised the most cash, topped by $265 million for Guild Education and $151 million for Meati Foods.
Montessori buys Curtis Park duplex for new middle school
The nonprofit paid $4.9 million for the six-bedroom, six-bathroom property, which was featured on BusinessDen’s July top home sales list.
Lounge dedicated to parenting to open in Highlands
“Here, you can relax, connect with other families and find local resources that can help parents reconnect with themselves,” said the owner of The Den.
Rental income plummets at bankrupt downtown apartment building
Students are owed $57,000 in security deposits, pipes are clogged, mattresses are soiled, and elevator problems remain, court records show.
Apartment developer Mill Creek pays $12M for land near DU
A five-story, 235-unit complex is planned for the 1.3 acre site. The deal works out to about $209 a square foot.
On déménage! French-minded charter school relocating as enrollment doubles
The French American School of Denver’s new location will be across the street from City Park.