Smoking pot at this repurposed Wash Park church is not just tolerated. It’s part of the ritual.
The fund, which lends money for marijuana-related real estate transactions, returns about 10 percent to investors and has raised more than $11 million.
By summer, travelers will be able to land at DIA, take the A-Line to Union Station, and stroll just three blocks to pick up an ounce and some edibles.
The company makes a cannabis vaporizer synced with a mobile app, to measure and suggest dosages for medical users.
A dispensary that opened Tuesday at Federal Boulevard and Alameda Avenue has oak cabinets and Doric columns meant to give off a luxurious aroma.
Hydroponics supply store GrowGeneration is transplanting its headquarters from Pueblo to Denver.
Denver-based Therabis looks to take a bigger bite of the pet supplement market by expanding its line of dog edibles.
The maker of a local cannabis product claims that a rival’s name is “beyond confusingly similar” to its own, and that even lawyers have contacted the wrong Entourage.
The firm plans to acquire two companies, including a cannabis-focused media firm that prints cultivation guides and other publications.
For a pair of cannabis businesses with similar-sounding names, it’s not easy being green.