The 16th Street Mall shopping center changed hands in late June.
After getting their bike pedal adapter off the ground with help from crowdfunding last year, two DU grads are raking in more support for version 2.0.
The owner of a Cherry Creek children’s boutique is moving to a bigger store and adding a new shop around the corner that will sell books and toys.
Chad Fish is about to embark on his first venture in the hotel industry – a LoDo hostel he’s dubbed Hostel Fish. And he’s using Airbnb to help book rooms.
One of the baristas behind the bar at Wash Perk now owns the local hangout. On July 1, Liz Snyder, 32, took ownership of Wash Perk coffee shop at 853 E. Ohio Ave. She previously ran her own coffee shop in the college town of Oxford, Ohio, for 10 years. Snyder decided to leave Ohio… Read more »
Lincoln Property Co. is beginning site work on a new 200,000-square-foot office tower, kicking off a new phase of development at Colorado Center that will include 250 new apartments, retail space and expanded parking.
A contested five-story apartment and mixed-use development in Lowry has been cleared for takeoff.
Unico Properties this month bought the Denver Club building at 518 17th St. for $30 million. The firm plans several million dollars of upgrades for both common areas and tenant spaces.
BusinessDen caught up with Bart Lorang, whose 4-year-old contact management system just finished up a $10 million venture capital raise. He filled us in on how the company got started and where it’s headed next.
The owner behind several restaurant brands plans on taking two of his concepts into the Tech Center and Stapleton. And he’s also planning a new breakfast spot and a move into the Highlands.