After 30 years in the same space on Broadway, an antique shop is closing down its brick-and-mortar operations. But its owner plans to transition the business to online sales and custom work.
A late-night restaurant chain known for its overstuffed sandwiches is adding two more Denver locations to its plate – and it just opened a shop near DU last month.
An office property near Union Station has changed hands for the second time in less than five years. And the price of the building jumped up $54 million since 2011.
A furniture store in Cherry Creek is kicking off a major plan to enlarge its showroom space and is starting demolition at a neighboring former restaurant property.
With the beard business booming, a local entrepreneur has launched a retail startup to help burly men care for their facial hair.
Three marijuana advocates are again battling the Denver Broncos in court, alleging that the team violated their First Amendment rights in 2014 when it banned their cannabis-themed RV from a lot at Sports Authority Field.
The Broadway restaurant and entertainment venue announced plans yesterday for a $6 million second Denver location in the former Stapleton air traffic control center. And the company said it’s planning another location farther south.
A new bakery is rolling into a long-vacant space next to Rosenberg’s bagels and will bring European pastries to the Five Points neighborhood.
A Denver restaurant has closed down both of its locations, leaving prime real estate on Blake Street up for grabs.
The self-described Martha Stewart of RVs is taking her show on the road with plans to get her sophisticated camping gear into RV dealerships across the country.