A slew of legal actions to recover money owed for leased equipment and failures to pay rent.
Salomon Marcos Garza Jr., the 22-year-old son of the brewery’s majority stakeholder, said he recommended the hiring himself.
Lincoln Property Co. paid $1.04 million per unit for the 168-unit The Pullman, shattering Denver’s previous per-unit price record.
Nearby residents have filed appeals to get the city to revoke the temporary permit for the “safe outdoor space” in a church parking lot.
Middle State Coffee signed a lease for a 450-square-foot space at 2622 W. 32nd Ave. and expects to open in spring 2022.
New buildings for $6.2 million at 1601 Park Ave. and $3.9 million at 3615 Delgany St. in Denver were this week’s top building permits.
Mayor Michael Hancock proposed a $450 million infrastructure bond measure as he vowed to make progress during his State of the City address.
6900 Layton, which was completed last year, already houses two other tenants in the natural resources sector.
Grand Junction-based Chronos Builders argues that the measure violates the state constitution’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
A law firm adds four associates, a bank names a market manager, plus promotions and new faces in real estate, finance, education and hospitality.