We published hundreds of news stories this year. Here’s some that stood out to our readers, from dog regulations to a big tech lease.
BusinessDen published hundreds of stories this year. Here are some that stood out to us.
‘Restaurant Row has been established for quite awhile, but it’s gotten a little bit lazy in terms of keeping up with what people want,’ said Kerry Condon, co-owner of District Marketplace at 1320 E. 17th Ave.
Canis Major Dog Training will open next month just north of 6th Avenue.
Justin Brockman, founder of brokerage firm Brockman Group, sued Taylor Fenn, co-owner of Dunton Commercial, in connection with the sale of 611 E. 11th Ave. Buyer RedPeak is also named as a defendant.
The sale of Centric LoHi comes days after the sale of Infinity LoHi, which also netted nine figures.
Jim Deters, who stepped down as CEO of Galvanize, said Unravel Coffee will have ‘the Tesla of roasting machines.’
Owner of Denver franchise: ‘Our goal is not to get you to run a Tough Mudder. The goal is to create a community of people.’
Developers Hines and Jordon Perlmutter & Co. found a buyer for 1601 Wewatta, which was completed in 2015.
Altitude Industries has leased 2,500 square feet. Its new home will incorporate a showroom displaying rooftop tents and a drive-in bay for installation on cars.