The property owner claims the Denver-based chain of entertainment complexes and eateries has not paid rent since April and abandoned the premises in June.
A Lone Tree woman’s business — formerly called Aquarius Mermaid Tails — is being sued by California-based Aquariuz, which produces similar products.
Kim Martin joined Otten Johnson right out of law school at the University of Denver in 2004. She is replacing Jim Johnson, who remains with the firm.
Zanzibar Billiards, which was shut down by the city in August, has refused to vacate its space, according to its landlord.
Denver joins cities like New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles, which passed similar regulations earlier in the pandemic.
Defendant’s Northside Eatery + Market opened earlier this year next to the plaintiff’s 303 Beauty Bar, which is at 1671 Central St.
The eatery in Lakewood, made famous by ‘South Park,’ hasn’t reopened since the pandemic began.
Prosource of Denver suffered financially after an employee was caught stealing and the pandemic slowed sales, according to its attorney.
California-based Cooley is taking the 23rd floor of 1144 Fifteenth. The space was originally leased to Chipotle, which never moved in.
The documents indicate Amazon believes the Denver-based firm wasn’t the only one paying kickbacks to former Amazon employees.