The president and CEO of a Denver nonprofit, who leaned on the organization herself as an immigrant in the 1970s, is stepping down from her post in 2017 after nearly 40 years with the group.
A 35-acre plot of land in Douglas County, surrounded by a golf course and red rock formations, has been put up for sale for the first time in 15 years and is being pitched as a site for a high-end residential development.
Long vacant and overlooked for potential redevelopment, a once broken-down synagogue building in Five Points has a new congregation: an assembly of artists and nonprofits, brought together through an extensive rehab project and $350 rent.
Adding its first Colorado brewery to a growing lineup of craft beer makers, Anheuser-Busch is buying Breckenridge Brewery, a move that could see Breck on more shelves around the country.
About 175,000 square feet of office and retail space and 225 apartments should start taking shape next year as one of the firms behind Union Station expands its reach to a nearby 2-acre bus hub.
Hoping to make space in its massive solar complex for smaller companies, a nonprofit is expanding its campus near DIA with help from a state grant.
As its apartment buildings pop up all around the city, a developer has picked its next site and submitted plans for 100 units on a busy LoHi corner.
Closing out deal-happy 2015 with a bang, New York investors have dropped $210 million on a Sheraton Hotel on the 16th Street Mall.
Bike shops and frame makers are keeping an eye on a new trend in the cycling world, mountain bike-sized wheels with plus-sized tires for added traction.
A backpack startup has now raised a total of $58,000 over three crowdfunding campaigns, using online fundraising platforms not just to get off the ground, but to fuel each big step in the business.