The company, which was evicted for not paying rent, already has one location in Denver and is preparing to open a second at Colfax and Ogden.
The restaurant chain’s Denver location has been closed due to the pandemic since mid-March, and it argues one year from that is when it can legally leave.
Denver-based Certa Dose alleges that its former finance director plotted with COPIC Insurance board members to take control of the company.
Zion Engineering, which had revenue of $9.4 million in 2019 and $2.5 million in 2020, said it owes $1.4 million to seven creditors and has $255K in assets.
The coworking firm, which has scaled back its planned Denver presence over the past 13 months, claims it wasn’t given the building in proper condition and doesn’t want to pay the $200,000 a month in rent.
For the second time since 2016, a Denver accountant has been sued for fraud by a former partner claiming they were stiffed.
Aqyre Real Estate Advisors, which was sued by Aqyre LLC, has rebranded as NorthPeak Commercial Advisors.
Colorado Saddlery had offenders produce some of its saddles and tack for nearly three decades.
“Once COVID hit, everything changed,” an attorney said, and “they just weren’t able to survive.”
Denver firm Oz and the developers of One River Run told BusinessDen that they are cooperating on design and construction and aim to finish on time.