The owners of a fast-casual Indian food restaurant chain are tweaking their formula to be a little less fast and a little less casual. And then looking to spread to more locations around Denver.
Finding Colorado a fertile place for expansion, a marijuana shop is planting roots in several new locations with no intention of slowing down.
Finding customers to buy its backcountry skis has been easy compared to a latest bump in the business plan for Rocky Mountain Underground: finding warehouse space in Denver. Meanwhile, the Breckenridge ski company is adding to its apparel line and designing its first skis for women.
With state regulations on marijuana sales loosened late last year, growers and sellers are joining an locally based online exchange for wholesale pot.
The design firm that spruced up Cherry Creek North and the Riverfront District will try its hand at a mile-long stretch of East Colfax.
From “wake-and-bake” breakfasts to 4:20 p.m. happy hours, a Colfax inn caters to the marijuana tourism industry. And after a successful year in business, the operators are moving to buy the property and expand the concept.
The tech boom is pushing a software-oriented gym concept into Denver. A software engineer is launching a 14th Avenue fitness franchise that will include computerized machines to customize workouts.
The 10-year old Belmar project is set for a residential development trifecta: a $45 million apartment complex, a senior living community and a for-sale townhome project. And the area’s first hotel on the horizon.
The boom in Chipotle-style restaurants is pushing an Aurora sandwich shop into Denver, and its owner already has plans to expand and eventually franchise the concept.
The ski resort giant is making a $136 million buy into the Australian market with the purchase of Perisher – the country’s most popular ski destination.