The founder of Culinary Creative bought the Ogden Street South Sports Bar after it went up for sale in March but would not say what he has in mind for the space.
Four Boulder homes were among the top five sales in April, with the other in Cherry Hills Village. Each went for at least $5 million.
BusinessDen readers headed to the high country earlier this week for a two-day women’s networking event featured yoga, hiking and a panel discussion.
The 96-room property’s current owner had initially planned to convert the former Stay Inn at Peoria and I-70 into a Travelodge.
Guard opened TAG in 2009 and then launched a restaurant group that includes other concepts to which he’s shifting his focus.
The city-owned venue, which made $52 million in 2019 and only $2 million in 2020 due to COVID, now charges acts a percentage of the door. It previously charged a flat nightly rental.
John Elway’s insurer sues a subcontractor over a fire in his home, a firm seeks $3.7 million for unpaid work in Rio de Janeiro, and a pot grower sues his landlord for not fixing the roof.
The Park Hill site will have 33 tents instead of the 45 announced in April in response to feedback from the affluent neighborhood.
Chicago-based McCaffery Interests submitted a concept plan to the city last week for a 175-unit building at 3510 Brighton Blvd. and 3509 Wynkoop St.
“You can’t just eat into it or you’ll burn your mouth,” said a co-owner of the burger with cheese in the middle. “That’s how you know it’s a good one.”