A marijuana-themed, fast casual chain is leasing retail spots in some of Denver’s busiest neighborhoods and pushing into the mountains.
A cannabis infrastructure and logistics firm has raised $4 million of a $7 million campaign to build a second Pueblo County greenhouse.
The startup pocketed $1.6 million from investors and is hustling to sell its software to new dispensaries in California, Arizona, Massachusetts and Nevada.
The first marijuana grow to have its license yanked in Denver is trying to get it back.
As if Willy Wonka wasn’t already trippy.
LivWell has shed its Bob Marley posters and outfitted its newest dispensary at Tejon and Evans to look more like a spa or a jewelry store.
A year after a similar plan went up in smoke, Bud+Breakfast has signed a deal to operate a pot-friendly getaway for summer 2016 at a 400-acre ranch north of Silverthorne.
Mindful, with four dispensaries in Colorado, is predicted to double production and outlets this year.
Andy Williams said Commerce City doesn’t have enough cannabis stores, so he’s going to open one under his Medicine Man brand.
Former college buddies Fred Lindseth and Jeremy Harlam have landed a $20,000 investment from Boulder accelerator CanopyBoulder to develop a mini-fridge-sized grow house that will feed and water plants so the grower doesn’t have to.