After 25 years here, the fast-casual burrito chain has announced plans to move its home base far away from the Mile High City.
The restaurant chain’s founder has dropped a spicy meatball on the county’s housing market.
Stuart Ogilvie paid $10.5 for the building in 2013 and finished a $6.5 million facelift in 2016, creating retail space for a gym, restaurant and design showroom.
After 16 years in the same RiNo building and being purchased a year ago, the local firm is expanding its set space.
A Glendale-based real estate firm that mostly focuses on multifamily properties has chosen the Denver site for its first industrial deal.
The owners of 6 acres, who have been battling the city for more than two years, said the ruling removes a “cloud of condemnation” that has made it difficult to lease one of the buildings.
Add landlords to the growing list of foes feuding with one of Denver’s largest marijuana dispensaries.
The price was 30 percent higher than when the properties traded hands about five years ago.
The beer maker, which drew customers with drinks, food and a game room, will make its final pours May 27.
Timbr Basecamps is building its 11th vehicle for customers after showing them off at summer festivals.