James Buchanan has turned on Buchanan & Stouffer.
The resort announced in February it would bail on the Epic Pass. Now, it says no pass but its own will give users more than seven days of access.
CEO: “The brewery experience is very dynamic. A table could start with two people, then grow to 10, and then two different people will be all that’s left.”
Denver-based Stonebridge is turning the former school building into a 250-room hotel. Retail space also will be added to the block.
Craig Baute: “Too many coworking spaces focus on selling offices, and they’ve lost sight of the individual, being the remote worker and the freelancer.”
At both places, “You order what you see, not what you read from a menu,” chef Mario Petit said.
Goddard & Hawkins has left Blake Street for Cherry Creek, and Richards Carrington is coming in.
Carrie Dorr, who sold the chain in 2012, has run Life Smart as a website for years. But now, she’s returning to the brick-and-mortar world.
Co-owner: “The thought process is to try and shake up the stereotype of French dining.”
While most of its rivals, like WeWork, lease their spaces, Novel Coworking is all about owning. This is the company’s second Denver buy.