In one fell swoop, a real estate firm has booked its first warehouse park tenant and lined up a redevelopment project on Platte Street.
A City Park studio listed on Airbnb nets $1,000 per month in profit. But for some of the website’s users hoping to make a quick buck, renting out their extra space is a cat-and-mouse game with landlords looking to crack down on lease breakers.
An advertising company that normally has its energy aimed at shooting commercials is rolling out a new venture: a crowdfunded iPhone case to enhance filming and editing capabilities for amateur videographers.
A Ballpark Indian restaurant is cooking up plans for a second location set to open this winter and has an eye out for more potential spots in the future.
WeWork, a colossus of the co-working world, has grabbed three floors of a new office tower near Union Station and could have more downtown outposts in the pipeline.
In its first Colorado location, a Chicago fitness concept focused on ballet-based exercise is setting up shop on Larimer Street in hopes of adding something new to the local gym scene.
Its menu includes rattlesnake brats and camel burgers. And with more eyebrow-raising dishes to come, a food truck business is parking itself in a full-time space in the Highlands.
With several other expansion projects already in the works, a New York-style bagel spot has signed on for a new location in an upcoming Stapleton development.
A waffle shop took a shot at breakfast mainstay Jelly out front of its Baker storefront.
With a local businessman’s purchase of its Kalamath Street property, a brewery plans to shut down at the end of this week and will be replaced by another Colorado brewer.