Hoping to expand into the Portland area, a jarred produce company is planning to raise $600,000 – and the jar is about halfway full so far.
A 100-year-old former mortuary building on an Alameda Avenue corner could be revived with development under new owners.
Building a halfway point between hospital care and home, a Denver developer is creating a 100-bed skilled nursing facility for short-term care on Lowry Boulevard.
The prominence of group fitness classes has motivated a startup to rethink the old-school exercise video, and the company is rolling out a platform for gyms to share recorded workouts online.
Carrying a childhood closet throwback into the grown-up world, two Crocs employees are launching a new clothing company focused on one thing: the onesie.
A financial company is winding down its operations in the Denver Tech Center and will be letting go of its entire staff in waves between September and June.
A maker of customized bikes raised nearly $90,000 on Kickstarter last year. And now the company is hoping to roll out more designs and is hoping for a $500,000 capital raise.
The operators of Denver’s Cervantes music venue have signed a deal to take over operations at Fort Collins’ historic Aggie Theatre building.
The owner of two Korean barbecue joints is firing up a third location on Broadway, where he plans to expand on the concept’s bar scene.
A new buyer has stepped in to take over a 100-year-old Wash Park church property that fielded plenty of requests from developers.