5280 Publishing signed a cash deal to purchase Colorado Parent and six related publications last week.
The franchise locations get the support of CycleBar, including a business plan and an eight-week construction buildout for the studios.
Camping gear manufacturer The Coleman Company, which has an office in Golden, has sued its former director of sales for breaking a non-compete agreement when he bolted to rival outfitter Exxel Outdoors.
Six buildings along Sherman St. in Capitol Hill that make up Poet’s Row sold this week for $33.5 million.
A Denver-based bank plans eight-figure renovations for its Cherry Creek headquarters.
Cameron Smith is betting that all those Denver transplants moving into smaller and smaller dwellings will need a separate place to squirrel away those skis and mountain bikes. And snow tires.
A new Denver apartment complex posts a record sales price even though less than half the units are occupied.
Kristy Socarras Bigelow is closing down the Boulder outpost of her Cuba Cuba chain at the end of June and opening up in Stapleton at 8261 Northfield Blvd.
The company’s owner is convinced it will make riding uphill less of a grind, and he’s got a fresh patent to show for it, too.
This is no child’s play: Two local brothers found a niche making sturdier balloons that float above car lots and apartment rental offices.