Two apartments change hands, including a 40-unit building in Speer that sold for more than $7 million.
Community newspapers covering Wash Park and Cap Hill recently turned the page and have been taken over by new owners.
A RiNo-based pack and bag retailer is sizing up with plans for another store in Fort Collins and a debut on the shelves of a major outdoor gear retailer.
A California bank is building up its local presence with a new branch on Tejon Street.
As rents skyrocket around Denver, a developer is breaking ground on an apartment project for low-income residents and homeless veterans.
A 24-story building is on the rise downtown, and the apartment concept – which has been replicated in cities across the country – will include top-floor amenities and three retail storefronts.
A large Colorado brewer is taking a Texas beer maker to court over one of its brew names. And both sides claim that they started using the
Punch Bowl Social plans to open two new locations this year and another five next year, including a second spot in Denver and possibly a second spot in Chicago. And it recently had to pass on a second location at a Sunnyside bowling alley.
After years of wine exploration around the world, a Colorado native is about to toast to the opening of his first restaurant in City Park.
A new brewery opened near Broadway and Evans on Valentine’s Day, and with its own kegging, canning and quality control equipment, it has plans to expand quickly over the year.