The company is adding a seventh Denver-area location after raking in $4 million in revenue last year, its best year ever.
Businesses that lease from The Flyfisher Group accuse the firm and CEO Matthew Burkett of bogus charges and trying to wrest control of their operations.
With a five-year contract with Denver expiring and the cost of doing business rising in the Mile High City, the trade show is headed back to Salt Lake City, despite the lack of progress there for public lands protections.
The Vancouver-based brand closed a Cherry Creek location in January. It will join a stretch in RiNo with Patagonia and Burton.
Some of the 200 tenants displaced when the Adams County facility closed last year landed at a coworking space opened by Denver-based Thrive Workplace.
Joshua Thurmond started building LavaBoxes in his garage in 2020. He has sold 4,000 of his Tabletop Vol-CAN-nos and uses a warehouse in Globeville.
White Lotus Therapeutics launched in Sloan Lake in 2016 but the business outgrew its space and the owner needs the new spa to “catch the overflow.”
Rep Fitness saw its revenue skyrocket during the pandemic, but “there’s a lot of other ways we can grow that don’t rely on COVID,” said a co-founder.
The company operates a skateboard manufacturing business, as well as a skateshop on Weaver Park Road.
“We try not to leave a studio alone when we enter a new market,” a company executive said of opening a sister studio in LoHi.